Nissan Evalia MPV gets Diwali facelift to lure car buyers, but provokes on price

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The top end version of Nissan Evalia MPV, which has just been introduced, comes across as an overhauled version. The top end version of Nissan Evalia MPV, which has just been introduced, comes across as an overhauled version.
SummaryWith a gene pool derived in part from popular Duster SUV, Nissan eyes 'pataka' sales from Evalia MPV.

Nissan has launched the new edition of Evalia MPV for this festive season in India. The October launch works well for automakers as Diwali is the occasion when people make big ticket purchases, like cars.

Nissan India had introduced Evalia MPV in 2012, riding high on expectations, which were belied soon enough. Nissan was looking forward to beat Toyota Innova at its own game and wanted to sell around 2,000 units MPV every month, but, managed to sell just around 18 units in April. Having been bitten once, the company is not shying away from seeking to offer the same product, albeit in a refreshed format, figuring perhaps, that in the fun, frolic and frenzy of Diwali, the Evalia MPV will shine bright.

The top end version of Nissan Evalia MPV, which has just been introduced, comes across as an overhauled version, but, having said that, the designers have taken back the exteriors to the drawing board and the result comes across as a striking new version. The resultant variant has been christened XV-S and comes with a price tag higher than its forerunner. The price of Rs10.55 lakh and is Rs 30,000 more than the XV version of this vehicle.

Now, what do you get when you pay those extra bucks?

XV comes with extremely light steering wheel as well as short turning radius despite the size, which makes it easy to maneuver in the city. You also get 15” rims along with wash-wipe set rear, closed glove box along with captain seats and windows that open in the second row along with AC which is now incorporated at the roof end. The swept back headlights add a very Japanese flavour to it but the boxy exteriors offer a very school van look to the MPV. Nissan has come up with these changes after receiving customers' feedback. However, most of the changes incorporated in the MPV have come across as cosmetic changes so as to eliminate the undeniably taxi-like look of the vehicle.

Power will be derived from the 1.5L K9K engine which produces output

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