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  1. Nissan will launch the Terrano SUV in October . The Japanese automaker will price the Nissan Terrano starting at Rs. 8.90 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Terrano will be offered with a 1.5-litre diesel engine only and no petrol powered Terrano will be launched. Nissan has seen the poor demand for the petrol Duster and has decided not to bring a petrol powered Terrano. The picture you see above is the official studio shot of the Nissan Terrano, yes it doesn’t resemble the sketch which Nissan released recently. Nissan will use the tagline “As solid as you” for the Terrano. The company will offer all variants of the Terrano with driver side airbag as standard, something which it does on its other cars as well. The Nissan Terrano will be offered in four variants which are XL, XL (O), XV and XV premium. The 1.5-litre diesel engine produces 85 PS of power and 200 Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. This engine gives the Terrano an ARAI mileage of 20.5 km/l. The difference between the Nissan Terrano and Renault Duster will be purely cosmetic. The changes include smoked headlights, new front grille, new bumper, new alloy wheels and new tail lights. On the inside, Nissan will give the Terrano minor changes which will be limited to the seat fabric. The base variant of the diesel Duster (RxE) is priced at Rs. 8.73 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) and thus the premium which Nissan is charging is Rs. 17,000/- on the base trim. However the premium will vary depending on the variants and one can expect it to increase on higher variants. Could this be the real price? Hope Nissan provides better equipment than the Duster to justify the higher price. What do you think? Source: Motorbeam