Datsun Left Indian Market : The cheapest 7 seater car will no longer be available in the Indian market, the company took a big decision
Finally Datsun Left Indian Market
Datsun was selling a 7-seater car for just Rs 4 lakh. However, due to a lack of response from customers, the company has finally decided to roll out from Indian market. Now you can’t buy the cheapest Datsun Ready Go car.
Datsun Ready production closed
It will no longer be available in the Indian market
This car was the cheapest 7 seater car
Datsun Cars Discontinued From India
Automobile companies around the world, including India, face different challenges. Some companies face this challenge, while others fail. Nissan has stopped production of Datsun’s car, which sells cheap hatchbacks along with India’s cheapest 7-seater Go Plus. The Datsun car will no longer be available in the Indian market. She’s going to say goodbye to the car. Datsun was selling 3 cars in India. It had a hatchback and MPV segment.
Datsun came India in 2013
Nissan India introduced the Datsun brand in the Indian market in 2013. The company’s goal is to provide affordable cars to customers who buy budget cars. In this regard, cheap cars were brought under the Datsun brand. However, Datsun did not get a good response. The brand has not been able to sell even 5 cars in a year. So for the last 9 years, Nissan tried hard to improve the situation with Datsun, but now it has stopped production of Datsun cars.
Datsun Said Goodbye
Nissan had launched the hatchback car called Ready Go in India with high expectations to compete with the cheap hatchbacks like Maruti Alto. But, that car did not get a good response. Later, Datsun launched a cheap 7-seater car called Go Plus. It was cheaper than Rs 4 lakh. Datsun tried to attract customers by launching low-cost cars. However, the company did not succeed. The company has finally packed up from the Indian market. Earlier, the company also said goodbye to the Indonesian and Russian markets.