Nissan Magnite is turning out to be the game changer for the Japanese car manufacturer in India.
Though coronavirus remained the super consistent news of 2020, automakers still managed to impress car & bike lovers and launched pretty impressive models throughout the year.
Car maker Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd on Wednesday said it will increase the prices of all its models by five percent effective from January 1, 2021.
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor India newly unveiled sub-compact SUV Magnite waiting period has reached up to 6 months within just 8 days after its launch. The car so far has received over 5,000 bookings. One of the reasons why this sub-compact SUV has garnered such a great response is its aggressive pricing with the base model starting at an introductory price of Rs 4.99 lakh.
Nissan Motor India believes that the model will be a disruptive game changer that is high on technology and aspirations. The automaker also said it has also launched a first-in-industry virtual test drive feature that allows the customer to experience the Magnite on their personal device.
Automaker Nissan India on Thursday said it has launched a new digital initiative enabling customers to book and buy vehicles online amid coronavirus pandemic. The company's SUV Kicks and entire Datsun range can now be booked online.
Japanese automaker Nissan on Wednesday said the all-new version of its SUV Kicks will be introduced in India with a new engine. The all-new Nissan Kicks 2020, which is to be launched soon in India, will feature the Nissan Turbo powertrain and X-tronic CVT.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on India’s automobile industry will be clear once the ongoing lockdown is lifted and there is clarity on the time taken by supply chain to resume optimal production, according to a top Nissan Motor India official.
Several auto giants across America including - Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Nissan and Hyundai - have shut production in their factories to stop spread of deadly coronavirus. The total COVID-19 positive cases across America has crossed 13,700. At the time of writing this report, America's most populous state, California announced a complete lockdown, ordering its 40 million population to "stay at home".
Nissan’s fugitive ex-boss, Carlos Ghosn, on Wednesday described his arrest in Japan, from which he escaped last month, as a plot against him and his detention conditions as a “travesty” against human rights.
Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who fled to Lebanon this week, and is the subject named on an active Interpol arrest warrant, emailed a statement yeaterday accusing the Japanese justice system of being "rigged," and denying he had "fled justice" -- maintaining he was a victim of a conspiracy and "political persecution."
Interpol issued a wanted notice Thursday for former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, who jumped bail in Japan and fled to Lebanon rather than face trial on financial misconduct charges in an escape that has baffled and embarrassed authorities.
Nissan Motor India on Wednesday reported a 49 percent rise in its domestic sales at 2,169 units in December. The company said it exported 10,791 units in December, registering its highest-ever monthly shipment in 5 years.
In what is being seen as the escape that El Chapo would envy, ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan in a musical box. Lebanese television station MTV reports that Ghosn fled after a band of musicians entered his home on the pretext of providing entertainment during a dinner party. Ghosn hid himself inside one of the musical boxes before leaving Japan from a local airport.
Nissan’s former Chairman Carlos Ghosn has escaped to Lebanon amid financial misconduct allegations during his tenure leading the automaker, akin to India's liquor baron Vijay Mallya.