We reported in detail when Nissan India unveiled the Terrano compact crossover at an event held in Mumbai recently. Now, Nissan India has released a new pic of its upcoming compact crossover, which shows the entry level variant of the Terrano. As can be seen in the image above, the entry level Nissan Terrano won’t come with fog lamps or a faux silver skid plate. Also, it will get black colored ORVMs and roof rails. Other changes aren’t evident from this pic but it is pretty much for sure that the entry level model will also miss out on alloy wheels and blacked out B pillars.
The 2014 Nissan Terrano, which is largely based on the highly successful Dacia/Renault Duster, would soon go on sale and would be seen rivalling the hugely successful Ford EcoSport and its own donor vehicle.
Nissan hasn’t yet released the tech specs but safely expect the Terrano to share its engine options with the Duster. Bookings for the Nissan Terrano commenced on September 1 and the deliveries is likely to start only by October. While the prices aren’t out yet, Nissan India has assured us that the Terrano will have a sub-INR 10 lakhs price tag.
Save for the entirely new front fascia and the revised rear end, the car remains largely similar to the Duster. While the front end gets a new grille, bumper, headlights and a slightly revised hood, the rear comes with a a new tailgate, a revised rear bumper and a new set of tail lamps that extend all the way into the tailgate.
On the inside, the interior panels get different faux wood inserts, a set of rectangular air vents at the centre of dashboard, a revised instrument binnacle and a new ‘Nissan-ised’ steering wheel. The car also seems to have got a different audio system interface.
The Terrano is likely to offer a longer equipment list and will be available in six exterior paint options- Fire Red, Sterling Grey, Blade Silver, Sapphire Black, Pearl White and Bronze Grey exterior body color options.
Stay tuned to Motoroids for more updates on the upcoming Nissan Terrano