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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 that.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 lakhs and Rs 13.20 lakhs.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 lakhs and Rs 4.78 lakhs (all prices ex-showroom Delhi).Already, a host of automakers including Maruti Suzuki India and Tata Motors 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.Earlier, Maruti Suzuki had hiked prices of its vehicles across models in the range of Rs 1,441 to Rs 34,494 in order to offset the impact of infrastructure cess proposed in Budget 2016-17.German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz and Tata Motors have also announced to raise prices of their entire product portfolios.


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