Nissan Motor has come a long way to become a world-class carmaker. Nissan’s products are best known for their impressive styling and cutting-edge performance. Nissan produces different types of cars in India, notably the midsize luxury cars. Let’s read up on this category to get further details about Nissan models with specs.

Brand Overview 

Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd Japan. The company was established in 2005 and manufactures innovative vehicles for hatchback, MUV, SUV and sedan segments in India.

The company has built two assembly facilities in India. One is based in Chennai with the capacity of producing 400,000 vehicles per year, and the other is located in Oragadam, on the outskirts of Chennai. 

Nissan Motors has a sizable network for the auto-major with 40 dealerships across 39 Indian cities.

Nissan Logo

Interesting facts

Logo meaning

The Nissan logo has a flat square along with the organization name. Its silver sign is associated with Japanese quality, innovation, and also shows the advancement that the company strives for. In the Nissan logo, the circle represents the rising sun. Its square shape features the sky. This is the reason why it isn't difficult to associate their slogan: Sincerity brings success.

First model launch

The very first model that Nissan launched in India is the compact crossover SUV known as Nissan X-Trail.

Nissan cars

There are 2 Nissan models currently on sale in India. The Nissan GT-R and Nissan Kicks are amongst the most popular cars in their respective segments. In the year 2020-2021, Nissan will launch 6 new models in the country, namely the Sunny 2020, Terra, Magnite, Leaf, Note e Power, X-Trail. 

Ongoing models

No Model Launching year Ex-showroom price in New Delhi
1 Nissan GT-R 2007 Rs.2.12 Cr
2 Nissan Kicks 2019 Rs.9.49 - 14.14 Lakh

Upcoming models

No Model Expected launching date Price
1 Nissan Magnite January 2021 Rs 5.5 Lakh
2 Nissan Sunny November 2020 Rs8.5 Lakh
3 Nissan Terra January 2021 Rs20.0 Lakh
4 Nissan Note e Power August 2021 Rs20.0 Lakh
5 Nissan X-Trail December 2021 Rs22.6 Lakh
6 Nissan Leaf February 2021 Rs30.0 Lakh

Popular models

Nissan GT-R

Price: Rs.2.12 Cr

Nissan GT-R is offered with only one variant: 3.8 V6 which is available in seven colors: Blue Racing, Pearl White, Pearl Black, Ultimate Silver, Vibrant Red, Gun Metallic, Katsura Orange.

In terms of features, the Nissan GT-R packs six airbags, 20-inch alloys Bose sound system with 11 speakers and dark, red, ivory or tan calfskin seats and interior.

Nissan Gt R Third Quarter

The GT-R packs a 3.8-liter V6 twin-turbocharged petroleum, which puts out 570PS of max power at 6800rpm and 637Nm of pinnacle force. The motor is mated to a 6-speed double grip transmission in an all-wheel-drive arrangement. The 2+2 seater GT-R runs from 0-100kmph in under 3 seconds and can hit a maximum velocity of 315kmph.

Nissan Kicks

Price: Rs.9.49 - 14.14 Lakh

The Kicks is available in four variants: XL, XV, XV Premium, and XV Premium(O) and eight colors: Deep Blue Pearl, Pearl White, Night Shade, Fire Red with Onyx Black, Blade Silver, Pearl White with Onyx Black, Bronze Grey with Amber Orange, Bronze Grey.

Nissan Kicks keeps on being a feature-laden offering outfitted with a 360-degree camera screen, downpour detecting wipers, four airbags, journey control, auto LED headlamps and front fog lights with cornering capacity. The 2020 model additionally accompanies new tech that allows for far off motor start and cabin pre-cool capacities. It gets an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility and auto AC with back AC vents.

Nissan Kicks Third Quarter

Nissan is offering the Kicks with two BS6 petroleum motors: a 1.5-liter motor and another 1.3-liter turbocharged engine. The 1.3-liter turbocharged motor is the most impressive in its class, creating 156PS of intensity and 254Nm of force. While the 1.5-liter motor (106PS/142Nm) comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, the new 1.3-liter turbo-petroleum engine gets both MT and CVT alternatives. It additionally includes inactive start-stop which makes it more effective.


Despite a young member of the Indian automobile industry, Nissan has made a killing thanks to smartly-designed, reliable cars with good value for money. Major competitors of Nissan India Motors include Ford, Toyota, General Motors, Hyundai, etc. Stay tuned and keep updated with our latest news about Nissan cars.

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