Rendering – Nissan Terrano sports a split taillight layout; Does it look better than the Duster?

Posted on: Jul 17, 2013 - 11:46am IST

The Nissan Terrano has started its rigorous testing regime in and around Chennai where the car would be made.

Nissan Terrano rear

The re-badged cousin of the Renault Duster seems to have a serious intention of hitting the market during the festive season. This is a production spec rendering of the Terrano’s rear, made by our expert image manipulator Shoeb. The rendering is based on the sketch that Nissan had released a week ago.

Compared to the re-badging exercises of the Nissan Sunny (Renault Scala) and the Nissan Micra (Renault Pulse), the Terrano seems like a more comprehensively designed product.

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The compact SUV sports some noticeable sheet metal changes on the bonnet, door panels and the tailgate to differentiate itself sufficiently from the Duster. As you can see from the rendering, the Terrano sports a completely different set of taillights which extend into the tailgate.

Nissan Terrano rear

There are changes in the interior as well. While the Duster has circular aircon vents, our previous spyshots of the Terrano indicates that it would have rectangular vents akin to the Sunny and the new Micra.

Nissan Terrano spied aircon vents

The Terrano will adopt the same 1.5 litre K9k diesel engine from the Duster but it remains to be seen whether it would be offered in two states of tune (85PS and 110PS). The Terrano would be more expensive than the Duster by around Rs. 50,000, but Nissan plans to compensate the high pricing with better looks and a premium interior.

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6 thoughts on “Rendering – Nissan Terrano sports a split taillight layout; Does it look better than the Duster?

  1. Sridhar Rao says:

    I hope Nissan will make it more visually appealing (the rest being more or less the same); Duster is more of a plain Jane!

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  2. Amala Singh says:

    If they make this sub 4 mtr it will affect Ecosport. Terrana has got thr looks.

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  3. Sunny says:

    Nissan had already made it clear they going to have a premium pricing over it , so its definately going to be expensive then the Duster , competing with the XUV , if they do work well on the interiors they will still do great , as Duster on interiors is not worth that buck

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  4. Ganesh says:

    Definitely Yes. But the main concern is Duster itself is way overprices by up to 1.2 lacs and I wonder how are they going to price this one!!

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    1. $@! says:

      Agreed Ganesh!

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    2. Nikhil says:

      Totally Agreed. Its overpriced by 1.2-1.5 lakhs easily considering the features on offer and the interiors.

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