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Posted on Oct 23, 08:21PM | UNI
Nissan Motor India today announced that it will raise the prices of the premium hatchback Micra and midsize sedan Sunny, with effect from November 1.
The company said it will increase the price to offset rising input costs and an unprecedented increase in logistics and transportation costs due to soaring fuel prices, Nissan said in a statement.
However, the company did not disclose the quantum of increase.
Recently launched MUV Evalia will not be affected by price rise.
"The prices are being revised to partially offset appreciation in input and transportation costs. While all leading automobile companies raised prices earlier this year, we at Nissan absorbed rising input costs and held back the price hike. Although we have now reached the stage where we have to make an adjustment, I can assure all customers that both Micra and Sunny will continue to represent outstanding value within the market," Nitish Tipnis, Director - Sales and Marketing, Hover Automotive India said.
Hover Automotive India (HAI) is the partner of Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd, to operate the sales, service, parts, marketing, training and dealer development functions in the Indian market for Nissan range of products.
Nissan in India offers innovative and exciting products across hatchback, sports, SUV and sedan segments. It has three locally produced car models Micra, Sunny and the newly launched Evalia.