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Nissan Terrano AMT Bookings Open, Launched at Rs 13.75 Lakh
Nissan Terrano. (Photo: Nissan India)
Nissan India has announced the start of pre-booking for the new Terrano 6 Speed Advanced Auto Drive in India. The new car will be based on the top-of-the-line XVD Premium grade.
The Terrano 6 Speed Advanced Auto Drive will be available in the price range of Rs. 13.75 – 13.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Interested customers can pre-book their cars with a deposit of Rs. 25,000 at Nissan dealerships. Sales of the new car will commence later this month.
The new car features an all-new 6-Speed Advanced AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) mated to a 1.5-litre diesel engine, generating 110 PS of power and 248 Nm of torque. The result is smooth, computer-controlled gearshifts which should in a stress-free drive in city traffic and on open highways. The AMT-equipped grade also gets Hill Assist Control and Electronic Stability Program (ESP) for added traction and safety.
Commenting on the latest addition to the Nissan India vehicle range, Arun Malhotra, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. said, “The addition of this new transmission makes the Terrano an even more compelling choice for buyers looking for a relaxing and comfortable drive.”
Along with the addition of 6 Speed Advanced Auto Drive, the Terrano range gets 14 new enhancements, spread across model variants. These include electrically folding exterior rear-view mirrors with integrated turn signals, anti-pinch driver side windows, a new driver armrest, soft-touch plastics on the dashboard, and door trim.
White backlit illumination on door switches, new door trim design, one touch turn indicators, and automatic warning for emergency braking will be standard across all variants.
A new body colour, Sandstone Brown, will also be available throughout the range.
Fuel efficiency for the Terrano 6 Speed Advanced Auto Drive is claimed to be 19.61 km/l.
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