Japanese auto manufacturer, Nissan Motors today announced that it would launch an MPV in the market which could possibly be the Nissan NV200 we have been hearing about for a long time now. The company's Director and CEO Kiminobu Tokuyama stated that they are going to launch the new MPV with Ashok Leyland through a Joint Venture. Nissan NV200 would compete with the MPV segment ruler in India, Toyota Innova and others such as Chevrolet Tavera and Mahindra Xylo. Posibility of the launch of the MPV seems bright in the year 2011 or early 2012.
The tiny people’s car has been wading through choppy waters for a long time. The effect was seen on the November sales of the car, which fell by 85 per cent. To make the car lucrative for the common man and gain back some lost confidence Tata Motors has announced that the car will be sold with a four-year / 60,000-km (whichever is earlier) manufacturer’s warranty at no extra cost. In addition to this the company has extended this warranty to existing Nano customers.
Indian auto market has become a candy store for buyers who are lured by carmakers across the globe bringing in their treats. Year 2010 saw many such treats in the form of cars across all segments. However small car segment is one such segment where almost all car manufacturers are fighting it out to win a bigger share and with this fight, the Indian buyer has been getting an advantage to choose from a number of cars that look a million bucks and still weigh light on the pocket. One would think that there's no scope of new entrants in the exhaustive hatchback market. Think again ! Buyers want more and more is exactly what they'll get.
Nissan Micra Diesel model has been launched in the Indian auto market today (10th December) at the company's dealership in Worli, Mumbai. The diesel version introduced by the Japanese auto maker comes with a price tag of Rs 5.85 to Rs 6.33 lakhs (ex showroom Mumbai). The diesel hatchback from the Japanese innovators is powered with 1.5 litre SOHC, eight valve, four cylinder common rail diesel engine. This power wagon can churn 64 Ps of output at 4000 rpm and can develop highest torque of 160 Nm at 2000 rpm through five speed manual gearbox. The new baby from the Nissan Motors stable has stepped in with two variants Nissan Micra Diesel XV and Nissan Micra Diesel XV Premium. The diesel runner Nissan Micra has excellent fuel economy as it can deliver a mileage of 23.08 kmpl certified by the Central Motor Vehicle Rule 1989, which has already created a ripple among its rivals. The auto giant from Japan wishes to compete with the leading diesel car in this segment Maruti Swift diesel version which is an already established car in the Indian auto market.Other competitors that against whom the car will be pitched again are Volkswagen Polo Diesel and Toyota Etios Liva Diesel to be launched next year.
Its official, Japanese automaker Nissan, will launch tomorrow, the diesel version of its popular hatch Nissan Micra at the Nissan Mumbai Dealership in Worli Mumbai. Nissan Micra Diesel was a result of a well though of plan by the company considering the huge demand for diesel cars and the popularity quotient of Nissan Micra petrol. The diesel version opened for bookings is expected to be priced at Rs. 5.5 lac.
Volkswagen started making its presence felt in the Indian car market with the launch of its Hatchback model Volkswagen Polo and later its sedan the Volkswagen Vento.
The company that has under it brands like Skoda and Audi is doing well in the Indian market. Both the cars – Volkswagen Polo and Volkswagen Vento – have a waiting period of two to three months each. While the Polo has competition from the like of Ford Figo, Fiat Punto, Hyundai i20 etc the Vento is up against segment leader Honda City and the struggling Fiat Linea.
The Indian auto market is one of the fastest growing market in the world and at the same time it is centered towards fuel efficient cars as it makes the traditional need of Indian customers. The Indian buyers consider the fuel efficiency of a car as the most essential element in decision making.
The phenomenon of price hike has become routine in the country. Carmakers increased prices several time throughout 2010 due to a number of reasons. The most pressing of them all was the increasing cost of raw materials.
Once again carmakers in the country are going to increase prices of their models. One such car manufacturer happens to be Maruti Suzuki India that has almost certainly decide to hike prices of its models soon. The decision comes after the rise in input costs and in addition the impact of strengthening yen.
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