The Nissan Micra and Sunny have just gotten up to Rs. 12,000 more expensive with effect from 20th January, 2012.
The company has announced a price hike due to rising input costs and the depreciating value of the rupee.
According to Nissan, all the variants of the Micra petrol will cost Rs. 3,000 more than what they cost at present (Rs. 4.10 lakh – 5.38 lakh). Similarly, all variants of the Micra diesel will cost Rs. 15,000 more than the current prices which ranges between Rs. 5.72 lakh – 6.17 lakh.
With regard to the Sunny, all the petrol variants will have a price hike of Rs. 5,000. At present, the Sunny petrol is offered between Rs. 5.78 lakh and Rs. 7.68 lakh. There is no price hike for the Sunny diesel variants as the model was launched only in December 2011.
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Nissan is not the only car maker to have hiked prices of its cars. Maruti Suzuki, General Motors and Mahindra have already hiked prices of their cars in this month due to rising input costs.