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UK - India-made Nissan Pixo (A-Star) discontinued
17/10/2013 - 10:32
The Nissan Pixo (what we refer to as the Maruti A-Star) has been discontinued in the UK. The car has also been removed from Nissan's UK website. The company says that existing orders will be..
Nissan will continue sourcing Pixo from Suzuki
15/09/2010 - 02:43
After Volkswagen bought out a 20% stake in Suzuki everyone in the Industry was of the opinion that that the Suzuki-Nissan deal for the small car Pixo will fall apart. The Nissan Pixo is a rebadged..
Nissan to source more Pixos from Maruti
10/06/2010 - 07:25
Nissan has indicated that it will be sourcing 35,000 more Pixo (rebadged, slightly different A-Star) cars from Maruti Suzuki for sale in European markets. The initial agreement between Nissan and..
Nissan Pixo from £5,995 from June onwards- Visia, Acenta, Tekna trims
10/04/2009 - 15:32
Why the Pixo is Nissan's star car The Nissan Pixo was planned way back when the world worked brilliantly for Auto makers and suppliers. It was a time when all of them were having a good time. But..
Almost one million Maruti Suzuki Altos sold in India
18/11/2008 - 17:11
One million, and counting India's well known car maker Maruti Suzuki is moving very close to 1 MILLION sales mark of its best seller - The Maruti Suzuki Alto. Shortly after its launch 8 years ago,..
Nissan PIXO unveiled in Paris- Will be exclusively manufactured in India
03/10/2008 - 15:39
The satin was dropped, and the Nissan Pixo stood there, no where to hide. It's cousin, the A-Star (a.k.a. Alto) was launched hours back in the same environment and the PIXO should have felt a bit out..
IAB Exclusive-Nissan's version of Suzuki A-Star to be unveiled at Paris motor show
06/09/2008 - 17:55
NISSAN to debut the PIXO, which is its version of the Suzuki A-Star at the Paris Motor Show. Its already known that Nissan will get its own version of Suzuki's A-Star and this is set to debut at..
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