From budget to luxury cars, every single make of car will become more expensive with the start of the new year. Recently, the Japanese carmaker Nissan & it's budget-friendly brand Datsun has announced a price hike of up to 5% across all models from January 2021. The price increment is due to the increased input costs.
Currently, the Nissan model range starts with the newly entrant Magnite sub-compact SUV, which was launched on 2nd December at an introductory price range of Rs 4.99 lakh and Rs 9.59 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Other models in Nissan India's product line-up include the Kicks and the imported GT-R sports car. On the other hand, the Datsun offers three models in India: Redi-GO, GO, and GO+. Here are the current prices of all these Nissan and Datsun cars: –
Prices (ex-showroom Delhi)
Rs 2.83 lakh to Rs 4.77 lakh
Rs 3.99 lakh to Rs 6.45 lakh
Sub-4m MPV (7-seater)
Rs 4.20 lakh to Rs 6.90 lakh
Rs 4.99 lakh to Rs 9.59 lakh (introductory price)
Rs 9.50 lakh to Rs 14.15 lakh
Rs 2.12 crore
The prices are yet to be increased, but before that, all these cars except for the Magnite & GT-R are available with some existing year-end offers with savings up to Rs 65,000.
Apart from Nissan & Datsun, other automakers such as Maruti Suzuki, Kia Motors, Hyundai, Renault, Audi, and BMW have already announced price revision across their entire product range from the new year.