Japanese carmaker Nissan has hiked prices of its entire range in India by up to 4 per cent on account of new levies announced in Union Budget 2016-17.
“The increase in prices is in the range of 1-3.5 per cent across models,” a company spokesperson told PTI.
Elaborating further, the spokesperson said the company has raised prices of Datsun models by 1 per cent and that of diesel models, including Terrano and mid sized sedan Sunny, by 3.25-3.5 per cent.
Nissan Motor India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nissan Motor Co, sells a range of vehicles from entry-level model Micra Active to SUV Terrano priced between Rs 4.47 lakh and Rs 13.20 lakh.
Datsun range of vehicles include the entry-level small-car Datsun Go and multi-purpose vehicle Datsun Go Plus which are priced between Rs 3.23 lakh and Rs 4.78 lakh (all prices ex-showroom Delhi).
Already, a host of automakers including Maruti Suzuki India and Tata MotorsBSE 2.14 % have announced increase in vehicle prices.
Last week Hyundai, Mahindra and Honda Cars announced price hikes of up to Rs 82,906 across their entire product range.