dna drive: Nissan Terrano – On solid terrain – Money – DNA

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Nissan Terrano

dna drive: Nissan Terrano On solid terrain

The SUV terrain is hotter by the day. And the new kid on the block is Terrano, which is positioning to take on relatively old players XUV500, Renault Duster, Ecosport.

We took it for a spin the bucolic landscapes of Rajasthan the Udaipur airport, travelling in time to the 250 year old palace at and then to the famous Kumbhalgarh And guess what? We came truly impressed!

The compact SUV is much on the lines of Duster, but far in terms of interiors, show-stopping and a trail-blazing performance.


The red top-end Terrano was a head-turner. The curves on the car’s are placed in such a way that you can’t stop noticing

While a huge band of metal on the centre of the bonnet the right first impression of an SUV to go the mile, a large face the Nissan badge tapering off at ends to fit into the square-ish promises complementary power.

The fog in the top end too are smartly cased into sockets, pacing them as the enhancements of the tough chrome-plated grille.

The muscular shoulder carries two recesses along the side which culminate yet again a well worked out curves in the side panel. The rear bonnet does the needful down of the aggression and makes way for the design element for Terrano. And it the purpose well.

Thankfully, is no spare wheel flashing behind and spoiling the show as the of Ecosport preferred, although the here is subjective.


is where the car extensively scores its oft-compared peer the Renault The interiors are plush, premium, and hospitable.

The duel-toned interiors and the plastic exude class while the wrapped steering wheel and shift knob in the top end add class to the The front and the rear door arm are either piano black or wood giving a vintage to an ultra-modern SUV with a wide and instrument panel. The top end grades lumbar support, too.

The casing makes the interior even at 100 kilometres per hour speed and has almost all standard features. The boot space is and expandable with the foldable seat back rest.


With a 4-cylinder 1.6 and 1.5 diesel (86 Ps), the car is good for driving with punctuated outside while the 110 PS is an outdoor with 6-speed manual

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Though we could not cross-check the in a day’s drive, the company 19.01 kilometres per litre for 110 PS and 20.45 kmpl for 85 PS diesel.

So, this is the one standout feature of the that you can’t beat and we calling ourselves a fan we would say it is for sure the best in its class, as by company officials.

Though the top speed is 165 kmph as by the company, we felt that beyond 140 kmph could be a But at lower speeds, the pick-up and were just what one expect from a 110 PS engine powerful and no lag, but the second was slow in delivering the power at speed. The powerhouse reaches kmph in 12 seconds in the top end variant of 110 PS.

Indeed a better option and a competitor than the reigning

With a best-in-class ground and a tank capacity of 50 litres, it is a compact SUV in look and feel and a companion for outdoor adventures. And the are sure to gather faster at dealerships if priced between lakh.

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in 3 variant s: XL, XV and XV Premium

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