The Nissan Terrano continues to test in the city of Chennai. And no, there is nothing new about this prototype that was caught testing. Even though the company has released the design sketches of the front and the rear, the Terrano continues to wear a thick layer of camouflage.
Our latest update on the Terrano is that Nissan would be unveiling the car on August 20th in Mumbai. Notice that we use the word 'unveiling' and not 'launch'. This is because Nissan may not be announcing the prices of the Terrano on that particular day. They would just show us the car (without any camouflage!) and the actual launch may take place closer to the festive season.
The Terrano as you would all know by now, is Nissan's interpretation of the Renault/Dacia Duster. Unlike the Nissan Micra-Renault Pulse badge engineered twins, the Terrano seems to sport a lot more changes to differentiate itself from the Duster. The entire front fascia has been changed and there are certain sheet metal changes to talk about also.
We expect to see changes to the interior as well, based on previous spy images revealing a portion of the dashboard. The Terrano is likely to cost about INR 40,000 more than the equivalent Duster.
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