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Nissan to Launch Duster like Sport Utility Vehicle







Nissan India may introduce its five-seater sport utility vehicle like the upcoming Renault Duster with its own groundwork towards early 2012. The all new SUV will be the rebranded version of Renault Dacia Duster. It is evident that after the introduction of Renault Pulse hatchback, the French automobile manufacturing company is planning to introduce its Renault Dacia Duster, the popular sport utility vehicle from Dacia that offers comfortable seating capacity for five passengers. Renault India stated that they will launch this model in both diesel and petrol variants in two-wheel and four-wheel drive configurations. After current acquisition of small automobile manufacturer Dacia, Renault is planning to work on rebranding the strategy of Duster sport utility vehicle.

The five-seater Duster-based sport utility vehicle of Nissan India will be launched after the introduction of Renault Duster. Renault is also planning to introduce the Nissan Sunny’s Renault version. The Volkswagen-Skoda, Renault-Nissan partnership is flourishing everyday offering plenty of opportunities to discerning buyers to opt between a number of models. Additionally, it allows automobile manufacturers to show price of vehicles, such designed and engineered more competitively for driving sales volumes. Here are some of the models, Skoda Citigo engineered on Volkswagen Up, Polo-Skoda Fabia and upcoming Skoda Rapid based on Volkswagen Vento.

Nissan to Launch Duster like Sport Utility Vehicle

Renault Dacia Duster is the product of Dacia Motors, an economy car manufacturer situated in Romania. Designing and producing vehicles on identical platform is achieving attractiveness because of the benefit, it provides with component sharing. Nissan India is an Indian subsidiary of Nissan Motor Company, a Japanese automobile manufacturer. It began with its operations in the year 2005 in India with the introduction of X-Trail. The Nissan India’s production facility in Chennai can develop approximately 200,000 cars annually.

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