Nissan unveiled the Indian-made Evalia multi-purpose vehicle at the Auto Expo 2012 and is likely to launch it in the second half the year.
Evalia has rather functional looks with a short bonnet, conventional front doors and sliding rear ones. The angular front lamps and large glass area help break the monotony in an otherwise boxy design.
The would-be Toyota Innova competitor’s main USP is the passenger space—it is 4.4 metres long, 1.88 metres high and 1.69 metres wide and has rather long 2.73m wheelbase, which is 95mm more than Nissan’s X-trail SUV. It will seat 7 people comfortably.
We expect Nissan to launch it in the price range of Rs. 9-Rs. 12 lakh.