Spied – Two Nissan Terranos back-to-back

Posted on: Aug 6, 2013 - 9:46am IST

Here is your daily dose of Nissan Terrano spy images. These photographs show the two Nissan Terranos (which have been spied many a time by Indian Autos Blog readers in Chennai) back-to-back, thus providing a good look at the side profile. The images come courtesy of Mr.Anish, a Turbosandpistonz.com member.

Nissan Terrano spied in Chennai
The Terrano would be unveiled on the 20th of August.

Check out our exhaustive coverage on the Nissan Terrano

You can clearly see the sheet metal change Nissan has made to the doors. Where the Duster gets a U-shaped crease towards the center, the Terrano gets an almost straight crease along the running board. We also notice that both cars do not sport the same design of alloy wheels. We should know these finer details better on August 20th, for that is when Nissan India will unveil the Terrano.

Nissan Terrano spied in Chennai side
Terrano sports a crease in the lower half of its doors.
Renault Duster side
Duster gets a U-Shaped crease in the middle.

Our sources say that Nissan is testing a petrol and a diesel Terrano. Nissan is sure to use the 1.6-liter K4M engine (which already does duty on the Renault Duster petrol in India) that produces 104PS and 145Nm of torque. Diesel variants could be offered with two states of engine tuning, just like the Duster. The 1.5-liter K9K diesel can produce 85PS and 200Nm of torque or 110PS and 248Nm of torque on the high-end variants.

[Images from – Turbos and Pistonz]

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3 thoughts on “Spied – Two Nissan Terranos back-to-back

  1. PrK says:

    Why the key hole is not integrated with door handle? What a drab!

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  2. VJN says:

    The front and rear overhangs of the Terrano seem more pronounced than that of the Duster. So perhaps it’s gained a few more mm in length. Also, going by the huge gap between the wheel arches of the Duster, it appears that the Terrano sports 17 inch wheels. Either that, or the height has been reduced, considering the new 160 mm cut-off to avoid the SUV tax.

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  3. sp says:

    Stop fooling Nissan just copypaste done ! Give something which a Indian family can utilise

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