Japanese auto giant Nissan Motor’s Indian division, which rolled out its flagship sedan the Sunny in the Indian market during the last year, is doing sensibly fine in terms of sales for the auto giant.
At this moment, the hottest news coming is regarding the automatic edition of the sedan in the domestic market, but much has been assumed about its introduction, when talked to sources, they revealed that the introduction is not too far, it will hit Indian markets by the initial quarterly period of the coming year (2013), maybe in January 2013 or February next year.
But, nothing about the valuation has been pointed out up till now, so even if the auto firm conforms to the automatic transmission in the top-end version, the Sunny XV petrol, it must be valued around Rs 8-8.5 lakh that will assist it become fairly competitive.
Nissan Sunny, which is already obtainable with a CVT gear case crosswise the world, so it wouldn’t be a big job for the Japanese giant to do the same in the Indian market.
The nearby rivals of the vehicle comprising Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Ford Fiesta, and a few others already boast an automatic option.
In contrast, Nissan’s alliance associate Renault is also making proposals to roll out the automatic option of the newly introduced Scala in the Indian market by early 2013.