Nissan and Datsun cars will cost more from January 2021



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The modified prices will apply to all models available for Nissan and Datsun

Several car manufacturers have already announced a price increase for their products next year. The latest automaker to join the list is Nissan India. The Japanese carmaker today officially announced that it will increase the prices of the Datsun and Nissan brands starting in January 2021. Car prices will increase by up to 5% on all models available in the Indian market. The company decided to revise its prices upwards due to the increase in input costs.

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Nissan India to raise prices for Nissan and Datsun product range by up to 5%

Rakesh Srivastava, managing director of Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd, said: “With the launch of the all-new Nissan Magnite, Nissan has reaffirmed its commitment to delivering innovative and exciting products under the Nissan brand. Nissan aims to deliver the best value proposition. to its customers in India. In the current difficult market conditions, we are forced to increase the price of all Nissan and Datsun models due to cost increases. The proposed price increase will be effective from January 2021 “.

The automaker will also review prices for the recently launched Magnite SUV starting January 1, 2021. The subcompact SUV is currently priced at ₹ 4.99 lakh (former showroom, Delhi). Note, this is an introductory price subject to change after December 31, 2020. Nissan’s first subcompact SUV has already amassed 15,000 bookings in just 15 days since its official launch in the country. In addition to this, the company has received more than 1.50,000 requests for the SUV.

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The price revision will also apply to BS6 compliant Datsun cars

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Other automakers such as Maruti Suzuki, BMW, Isuzu Motors, Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Renault, Audi and MG Motor India have already announced a price increase across the range from January 2021.

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