Renault Scala was launched in India in bot petrol and diesel variants with a price tag between Rs 6.99 lakh and Rs 9.57 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Though the Renault Scala shares the same engine of Nissan Sunny, there are only few changes that are made to the car which is visible in the front fascia of the car. The interiors of the car look the same except for the oval center console.
Japanese automobile giant Nissan is likely to launch the Nissan Evalia, its first ever MPV into Indian automobile market in the month of May, 2012. The Nissan Evalia is the rebadged version of Nissan NV200 MPV, the name under which the vehicle is sold in other parts of the globe.
Nissan Evalia MPV, which was announced at the Indian Auto Expo 2012 Delhi is said to launched by the month of August, 2012. The company is now busy with Micra hatchback and the Sunny sedan. Nissan Evalia MPV was a tough competitor for Japanese auto maker and the same will be happen in India believes the company. Being a utility vehicle, the Nissan Evalia is a perfect one for the urban life and urban buyers.