Gets minor updates to its interior, a new infotainment system, cruise control and more
Since its launch in 2013, the Nissan Terrano hasn’t received any updates and with cars like the Hyundai Creta coming in, sales have taken a huge hit. With that in mind, Nissan has now given the Terrano minor updates and relaunched it at a starting price of Rs 9.99 lakhs. The top-spec trim with the AMT option has been priced at Rs 14.20 lakhs. All prices ex-showroom Delhi.
First things first, under the hood, the facelifted Nissan Terrano will continue with the same engine options – a 1.6-litre petrol unit and a 1.5-litre diesel unit that comes in two states of tune – 84bhp and 110bhp. The exterior design is unchanged too. On the inside is where you can actually differentiate the 2017 Terrano from its predecessor. The interior now gets a dual-tone treatment with a red and black combination for the seats as well as the dashboard. The Terrano will now also come with a 7.0-inch touchscreen navigation which comes with Bluetooth telephony, USB and AUX. The Terrano facelift now also comes with steering mounted controls and voice controls. The SUV also comes with ABS with EBD and ESP as standard. Nissan says there are as many 22 changes in this Terrano facelift. Aside from the ones mentioned above, it also comes with a new steering wheel design, anti-pinch driver side window, one-touch lane change indicator and more.
Changes to the facelifted Terrano aren’t exactly substantial but do somewhat bring it a step up at least in terms of features. Although this update might not help the Terrano in breaking any sales records, a minor boost is what Nissan will be aiming at.