Nissan India, the local subsidiary of the Japanese carmaker, sells a range of internationally-renowned brands of vehicles in our country, with the Kicks SUV being its latest offering. Currently, the carmaker sells as many as 5 models, with the GT-R being its halo offering. Unfortunately, however, the company hasn’t been doing too well on the sales charts and has less than 1.5 per cent market share at the moment. Still, here are the best Nissan cars in India in both new and old cars markets.
Nissan Micra Active
The Nissan Micra Active is a more affordable version of the regular Micra and misses out on the updated styling elements that the car received for its mid-cycle facelift. What this means is that the Active continues to look like the pre-facelift model, if you ignore a sportier bumper. IT also misses out on some features but is surely a good buy for those on a budget.
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The Nissan Micra is the carmaker’s answer to the likes of Maruti Swift and Hyundai Grand i10. Internationally, the company introduced the second generation of its global small car a couple of years ago but Indian continues to get the older model as bringing the latest version to our market wasn’t proving to be feasible for the company. Anyway, in spite of the age, the last-gen Micra impresses with its practical cabin, sufficiently powerful-yet-frugal engines, low maintenance and a decent ride quality.
While the popularity of the Nissan Sunny has suffered over the years, it continues to be one of the most spacious and practical offerings in its segment. The Sunny rivals models like the Maruti Ciaz and Honda City and hold onto its own with a highly comfortable rear seat, an airy cabin, light controls and a stonier of a K9K 1.5-litre Diesel engine. Also, the car has been around for many years now, which means finding one in the used car market isn’t a huge task.
The Nissan Terrano is a Renault Duster-based offering that looks a tad more butch owing to the company’s family face that can be even found on international models like the Pathfinder and the Armada. Like the Duster, the Terrano impresses with its great dynamics, powerful and frugal 1.5-litre K9K Diesel engine and easy maintenance.
The Nissan Kicks is the company’s latest offering for the Indian market. The Kicks looks butch and modern and has been penned as per the company’s latest design language. The small SUV, which rivals the likes of Hyundai Creta, is even quite well priced and comes across as a well-rounded offering. However, as the Kicks is quite new in the market and isn’t exactly doing great on the sales charts, it’s pretty tough to find one in the used car market.
The most expensive model among the best Nissan cars in India is the GT-R, a fire-breaking monster that can probably put to shame a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, while costing only half of its Italian adversaries. The GT-R is the company’s halo car and goes on to show the technical prowess and great craftsmanship of the Japanese automaker. As the GT-R is a highly expensive model that is available only on order, it’s not easy to find one in the second-hand car market.
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