Nissan to hike prices of Micra, Sunny and Evalia from February 2013
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- 01:15 pm, February 04, 2013
Thanks to rising input costs, the carmaker is forced to increase prices by as much as 2.5 per cent.
Nissan India has joined the list of carmakers that are hiking prices to combat rising input costs. The company has announced a price increase for three of its popular models in India - the Micra, the Sunny and the Evalia.
Prices for the Micra hatchback will go up by 1.5 per cent, the midsize sedan Sunny by 2 per cent and the relatively new MPV, Evalia by 2.5 per cent. The increase, which applies to all the variants of the mentioned cars, will be effective from February 1, 2013.
Mr. Nitish Tipnis, Director – Sales & Marketing, Hover Automotive India (Nissan Motor India’s national sales company) said, “The price rise, which we have held back for several months, is to offset rising input costs and also ease the impact of currency fluctuation. Although we have to make this adjustment, our cars continue to represent outstanding value for our customers within the Indian market.”
First Published on 01:13 pm, February 04, 2013
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