Home Four wheelers oi-Rahul Jaswal By Rahul Jaswal Published: Saturday, November 9, 2019, 13:20 [IST] Japanese auto manufacturer Nissan announced that they will export over 8,000 Datsun cars, and 65,000 Nissan Sunny cars over the course of the next 14 months. The statement came from a top official from the (RNAIPL) Renault Nissan Automotive India Pvt. Ltd.. Mr Biju Balendran, the Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer at RNAIPL said that the company was going to export both the Datsun GO CVT and the GO+ CVT models starting in December this year. He also said that Nissan would not phase out the Datsun brand. Nissan plans to launch a BS-VI complaint Datsun Redi GO at some point during the first quarter of next year. Nissan has invested heavily towards making the Datsun range of cars BS-VI compliant. Nissan India currently exports their Sunny models, engines, and other components to the Middle East, Egypt, South Africa, Brazil, Indonesia, and Nepal. The demand has increased to 65,000 units from the standard 22,000 they company exports. They expect numbers to increase next year as well. Nissan has also begun exporting SUVs. Nissan India feels that manufacturing at their Indian facilities is cost effective… Read full this story
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