Earlier this week Nissan unveiled the all-new Terrano compact SUV in Mumbai. New Terrano will be built locally in Nissan’s Oragadam Plant alongside Micra, Sunny and Evalia.
Based on the Dacia Duster, the new Terrano is easily distinguished with new headlights, new front grille, new bumpers, larger tail lights, redesigned bonnet, redesigned roof rails, blacked-out door pillars and new alloys.
The interior is almost identical to the Duster with just new steering wheel, vents, new storage space on the dashboard and new audio system.
Engine lineup will include the 105bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine and two 1.5-litre dCi engineswith 85bhp and 110bhp.
Pre-bookings for the Terrano open from 1st September at select Nissan dealerships throughout India. According to Kenichiro Yomura, president of Nissan India, Terrano will be priced higher than Duster, in order to ensure it does not directly compete with the vehicle.
There are currently no official details about a possible market launch in Europe.