Nissan India has decided to discontinue the sales of
the X-Trail SUV and 370Z coupe in India. The move comes in the wake of Nissan’s
decision to focus on its locally manufactured models. However, it will continue
to sell the Teana luxury sedan. According to the latest sales report from SIAM,
the company sold a mere 7 units in India for the period April 2013 to January
2014. However, in the corresponding period last year the company had managed to
sell 59 units of the X-Trail. No sales
figure for the 370Z was available.
Nissan currently sells the Micra Active, Micra, Sunny,
Evalia and Terrano in India, all of which are manufactured at the company’s
manufacturing facility in Oragadam, Chennai. The company plans to concentrate
on products tailored for India and delivering more value along with world class
quality to its customers.
In India, Nissan has been constantly expanding its
innovative and exciting product range, and will continue to deliver
cutting-edge technology, distinctive design and a rewarding experience to all
its customers. Terrano, Nissan’s latest offering marks its entry in the growing
compact SUV segment, said a company release.
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