Nissan's version of Duster

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The upcoming Nissan NH-79 'Duster' twin is anticipated to come with minor cosmetic modifications on the exteriors, as compared to the original Renault Duster model. The badge engineering concept is not new to Nissan Motor India, Coming to under-the-hood specifications of yet-to-be launched Nissan NH-30, the compact SUV is believed to be introduced in both petrol and diesel powered options on Indian turf. The petrol variant is anticipated to come fitted with a 1.6 litre, 1,598 cc, engine that belts out a maximum power output around 100 bhp, along with a peak torque close to 150 Nm. Further, the diesel variant of Nissan NH-79 compact SUV is expected to incorporate the much fawned upon 1.5 litre SOHC Renault K9K dCi power-mill, which churns out peak power outputs close to 85 bhp and 110 bhp. The SUV is expected to come with a price tag slightly below that of Duster. Upon its arrival on domestic turf around Diwali, Nissan NH-79 compact SUV will be pitched against its twin brother Renault Duster, Mahindra Quanto, Premier Rio



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Well executed by Nissan i'd say. I like its Rear the most, specifically its large tail-lamps with sharp lines & separate elements on tail-gate.

To differentiate it from Duster from sides, Nissan needs to blacken its B & C-pillar with black shade tape. It can definitely give it a somewhat different side look, as can be seen in the pic below.


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