Nissan Motor Co launched two new car models as a part of an aggressive India expansion plan by Japan’s third-largest automaker.
While the spacious and comfortable Teana will go up against the likes of the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry, the X-Trail will be taking on 4×4 soft roaders like the Mitsubishi Outlander and the recently launched Toyota Fortuner apart from the 20-lakh-SUV segment ruler, the Honda CR-V.
The Teana is priced at Rs. 21.03 lakh for the base model and Rs. 25.40 lakh for the fully loaded version with the dual sunroof and rear seat AC vents (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
The X-Trail will start at Rs. 20.81 lakh for the base model with manual transmission, Rs. 23.18 lakh for the fully loaded manual SLX MT variant and Rs. 25.08 lakh for the SLX automatic (all prices ex-showroom Delhi).