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Nissan Qashqai

Nissan Qashqai 300x224 Nissan Qashqai Nissan Qashqai is a crossover Sports Utility Vehicle, also known as the Nissan Dualis in Australia and Japan. The Qashqai wass been produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan in 2007. The car is currently being manufactured at Dyushu factory in Japan, Huadu plant in China and Sunderland factory in UK. It was first showcased in the Paris Motor Show of 2006.

Nissan Qashqai is now available in diesel and two petrol engine options with all wheel as well as front wheel drive capabilities. The 1.5L dCi, in-line 4 cylinder diesel engine can produce a max power of 106 bhp at 4000 rpm and peak torque of 240 Nm at 2000 rpm while the higher cubic 2.0L 1994cc, in-line 4-cylinder diesel engine churns out peak power of 110 hp at 4000 rpm and top torque of 320 Nm at 2000 rpm. Both engines are mated with six speed manual gearbox.

The 1.6L petrol engine of Nissan Qashqai can produce 115 hp of power at 6000 rpm and 156 nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm whereas the 2.0 litre petrol engine belts out max power of 140 hp at 6000 rpm and a top torque of 196 Nm at 4800 rpm. Both engines come incorporated with five speed manual gearbox and six speed manual CVT transmission respectively.

The expected price of Nissan Qashqai is apprx. 21 lakh.

Nissan Pixo

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Nissan Pixo is the ‘Sister Car’ to the Suzuki Alto, featuring a few differences such as the main grille and headlamps. The Japanese automaker Nissan has tied-up with Suzuki for the development of new Pixo on the base of Suzuki’s popular hatchback A-star. As per the report, the new Nissan Pixo will be developed in India and exported to other countries.

Nissan Pixo is likely to be powered by a 998cc, KB-series

3-cylinder all-alloy 12-valve petrol engine along with a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine will generate peak power of around 67 bhp at 6200 rpm and top torque of 90 Nm at 3500 rpm. The car will produce just 103 g/km CO2 and delivers fuel efficiency of 4.6 L/100km.

Nissan Pixo is a 5-door, 4-seater vehicle with a roomy interior and generous luggage space. It will include front fog lamps for more safety in bad weather, turn indicators and rain sensing wipers, manual air conditioning, electronic stability control and curtain airbags.

Nissan Pixo will be available at the price tag of Rs 4 lakh where it will compete with Chevrolet Beat, Maruti Wagon R, Ford Figo and Volkswagen Polo. The new hatchback will come in the Indian market in two variants – Visia and Acenta.

Nissan introduces SUNNY sedan in India

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Japanese automaker Nissan Motor India Private Ltd (NMIPL) has launched its premium vehicle offering for the mid size segment in India, the new Nissan “SUNNY”. The new Nissan SUNNY will hit the Indian market in the next few months to coincide with the festive season. According to the company, they are studying the opportunity to launch a small car in the Indian market.

Nissan Motor India’s Managing Director and Chief Executive, Kiminobu Tokuyama told, “We are launching the new saloon Sunny in October to coincide with the festive season. The petrol and diesel variant of the Nissan Sunny will be manufactured at the Renault Nissan alliance Orgadam facility in Chennai.” The launching ceremony of the new Nissan Sunny was held in Mumbai.

The 10th Generation Nissan Sunny is based on the popular V-(Versatile) platform of the company which has already been used in Nissan Micra. The new car will be available in 1.5 litre Petrol version. This model has been designed at the Nissan Design and Nissan Motor’s Japan based headquarters. The designers of the company have taken inputs from 170 countries.

The price of Nissan “SUNNY” is expected to be Rs 7 to 8 lakhs in India where it will compete with Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Toyota Etios and Volkswagen Vento.

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