Nissan Terrano

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₹ 9.99 - ₹ 14.46 Lakh
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Terrano Specifications
Engine 1598 cc
Power 83.14 bhp
Transmission Manual
0-100 Kmph 11.8 Seconds
Driver Airbag Yes
Turbo Charger No
USB & Aux Yes

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Things We Like in Terrano
  • Diesel powertrain offers amazing driveability and efficiency
  • The vehicle gets the ground clearance of 205mm which is quite as per Indian road conditions
  • AMT is great and can be easily used in the city and on the highway
Things We Dont Like in Terrano
  • Can’t match the interior quality of its rivals, fit and finish can be improved
  • No all-wheel-drive 4X4 option available, Duster offers that
  • Cabin quality is low as compared to its counterparts such as Hyundai Creta

Price List of Terrano

Variant Price Specifications  
XE D ₹ 9.99 Lakh*
OTR Price
1461 cc, 83.14 bhp, Manual, Diesel
XL D Option ₹ 12.22 Lakh*
OTR Price
1461 cc, 83.14 bhp, Manual, Diesel
Sport Edition ₹ 12.22 Lakh*
OTR Price
1461 cc, 83.14 bhp, Manual, Diesel
XV D Pre ₹ 13.95 Lakh*
OTR Price
1461 cc, 108.5 bhp, Manual, Diesel
XV D Pre AMT ₹ 14.46 Lakh*
OTR Price
1461 cc, 108.5 bhp, Automatic, Diesel
XL P ₹ 9.99 Lakh*
OTR Price
1598 cc, 103 bhp, Manual, Petrol
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  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 9.99 - ₹ 14.48 Lakh

  • Bangalore

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  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 9.99 - ₹ 14.48 Lakh

  • Chennai

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  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 9.99 - ₹ 14.48 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 9.99 - ₹ 14.48 Lakh

Colors of Terrano

Terrano is available in 6 different colors - Sapphire Black, Sterling Grey, Blade Silver, Pearl White, Bronze Grey and Fire Red.

  • Sapphire Black

  • Sterling Grey

  • Blade Silver

  • Pearl White

  • Bronze Grey

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Terrano Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel kmpl 20.45 kmpl
Petrol kmpl 13.24 kmpl

Review of Terrano

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Nissan launched the muscular Terrano SUV in the year 2013 and with that started a new war in one of the highly contested segments of India. With the launch of Terrano, a new compact SUV with a touch of premiumness and masculine approach was on offer. The car did well in the Indian car market and satisfied a large number of buyers. Its diamond cut alloy wheels and wide stance looked quite fancy and attractive and it would not be an exaggeration to say that Terrano is one of the best looking compact SUVs in the segment. After 4 years of gap and the launch of stalwart such as Hyundai Creta in 2015 affected the sales of this hot SUV which let the carmaker to come up with an updated model in 2017. Its 2017 facelift is the first comprehensive update and gets few changes to the exteriors while the interior is the place where it gets the maximum number of changes. The updated model does not feature any mechanical changes.
Giving a quick glance at 2017 Nissan Terrano makes you feel nothing like new as it carries the same silhouette as before and the company has done nothing to change the exterior looks. Its large muscular radiator grille and the multi-pod headlamps remain the same. Headlamps now get the LED daytime running lights, front bumper too have been revised and the fog lamps are slightly larger than before. On the sides, Nissan Terrano gets alloy wheels that look robust and rugged at the same time. Its silver finished roof rails make it more appealing to the crowd. Its colour options include newly added Sandstone Brown and earlier ones including Pearl White, Sapphire Black, Blade Silver, Bronze Grey and Fire Red.
Moving on to its interiors, Nissan has tried its best to refurbish the dull cabin of the Terrano. According to the company, a total of 22 changes have been made to make it a premium car. The changes include cruise control, 7.0-inch touchscreen navigation system, steering mounted audio control, new premium dual-tone interiors, one-touch lane change indicator and anti-pinch driver side window.
Nissan has not made any changes in the mechanicals, this simply means that the 2017 Nissan Terrano get the same old cars diesel and petrol engines 1.5L diesel and 1.6L petrol motors. The 1.5L 4-cylinder diesel engine is available in two states of tunes viz. 84bhp/200Nm and 108bhp/245Nm. The diesel mill comes mated to 5-speed manual or the 6-speed manual gearbox, its 108bhp version also gets six-speed AMT gearbox as well. The 1.6L petrol engine is capable of generating the power output of 103bhp and yields the maximum torque of 145Nm. The petrol engine comes with 5-speed manual gearbox.
For the safety of its passengers, Nissan Terrano comes equipped with various safety features such as front airbags, ABS, EBD with BA, ESP, Hill-start Assist, rear defogger, reverse parking sensors, engine immobilizer, central locking, door ajar warning, impact sensing auto door unlock and driver seat belt reminder.
New 2017 Nissan Terrano gets the same list of variants as the older model, the vehicle is available in four variants they are XE, XL, XL (O) and XV Premium. As per the pricing, it's base model XE is available at the price tag of Rs. 9.99 lakh, its mid-range model XL is offered at the same price tag that is Rs. 9.99 lakh. Vehicle top-selling trim XL D (O) is tagged at Rs. 12.22 lakh while it’s top of the line variant XV Premium is available at the price tag of Rs. 13.95 lakh. Nissan Terrano’s AMT variant is tagged at Rs. 14.48 lakh, ex-showroom.
Nissan Terrano competes against Renault Duster, Hyundai Creta, and Renault Captur in the segment.


The majority of the changes in the 2017 version are given to the cabin. The first difference instantly evident is the new dual toned black and chocolate brown interior theme replacing the earlier beige scheme. The new colour scheme might have been given to hide those dirts and grimes in a better way. Another noticeable aspect or say the most demanding one is the new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The unit is slick to operate with large icons but in terms of resolution display, it is not the best out there. The system also supports navigation along with the facility of USB, Bluetooth, and Aux-in connectivity. The decibels are offered by 4-speakers. Strangely, contemporary features such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay has been conspicuously missed out. Even cars below the segment are offering these features.
The Nissan Terrano comes with a different steering wheel than that of Duster with silver finished inserts lending it a more upmarket feel. But this time around, the carmaker has added audio controls on the steering as well as controls for cruising. The driver gets new foldable armrest while the door pads get soft-touch insert. Moreover, the centrally mounted rear ac vents seen in the earlier model has now been replaced by cupholder. Other additional features in the new model include anti-pinch driver-side window, speed limiter, and one-touch turn indicators. The instrument cluster is redesigned which provides a plethora of information such as fuel efficiency, average speed, distance to empty as well as information on liters consumed which is quite unique.
Besides, the Terrano retains all the positives of the cabin. This includes the spacious interiors with utter comfortable seats and the roominess seems to be complementing the new colour scheme. There is enough room for three passengers at the back while the huge trunk is more than enough to dump those large bags you are carrying for longer journeys. In terms of features, the car remains intact with the air conditioner with pollen filter, rear glass washer, lumbar support, and seat height adjustment, 12V socket at both front and rear passengers, trunk room lamp and reading lamps for rear passengers.


The changes to the outside are subtle and could be easily missed even by experienced enthusiasts. The front remains identical with the same Nissan Pathfinder inspired grille with two chunky chrome slats. However, a little tweak to the grille can be seen. The 4-pod designed sharp headlights and the detailed fog lamp styling are also intact. The car’s v-shaped bonnet integrates perfectly with the signature grille.
However, move around and the new thing you will found is the revamped side mirrors which can now be electrically operable. The ORVMs now also feature turn indicators. The side continues to boast the elegant profile with blackened B and C pillar along with the stylish set of 16-inch machined alloy wheels. The roof rails indicate that the car is made for exploring terrains. The rear boasts of similar styling with rear combination tail lamps extending on to the tailgate. The prominent chrome bar sitting atop the number plate looks quite stylish. Overall, the carmaker has provided delicate updates this time around, may be its approach is based on don’t fix if ain’t broken.

Mileage Running Cost

The K9K diesel engine is the tried and tested powertrain and known for its good fuel efficiency. The diesel-powered Terrano with manual transmission gives ARAI certified 20.45kmpl while the AMT one delivers 19.61kmpl. The petrol engine on the other hand though not as much fuel efficient as the diesel one, but at 13.24kmpl it is sufficient to make you move effortlessly in and around the city.

Comfort Suspension

The Japanese automaker has hit the sweet spot when it comes to ride and handling, thanks to the well-tuned suspension. The car is able to flatten the road undulations like cars costing around Rs. 35 lakhs. Though there is certain amount of stiffness it’s acceptable and within the limits. One need not slow down for a bad road, especially if the speed is high.
There is negligible rear end bounciness with the damper and springs so well-tuned that the suspension set-up glides over cracked roads quite efficiently. In almost all driving conditions, the body roll is well controlled.

Engine Performance

The Terrano continues to be powered by the same set of diesel and petrol engines which are working in Renault Duster. The 1.5L 4-cylinder dCi common rail direct injection diesel engine which comes in two state of tunes, the 84bhp/200Nm and 109bhp/245Nm. The engine can be availed either with 6-speed manual or AMT transmission.
The car with the diesel engine pulls really well but the clutch is a little hard. The midrange of the motor is quite strong which means single road overtaking is not a big deal. At highways, it can prove to be a fantastic cruiser. Mated with AMT transmission, the weakness of heavy clutch in the manual transmission is not there anymore. The driving experience with the AMT is a lot nicer. The 6-speed automatic transmission which is only available with 109bhp version offers quick shifts within the city. While one would not find the shifting seamless, it is still quite smooth.
The naturally aspirated petrol engine is mostly smooth and refined with the linear power delivery. It makes 103bhp and 145Nm of max torque. The petrol engine is definitely not underpowered and the city drivability is similar to other petrol sedans. It is best suited to sedate driving style while an aggressive driver will notice harsh noise.

Braking Safety

The braking in the car is above average and the pedal feels a little spongy at high speed. The car comes to halt without any trouble and the capability is far better than SUVs from brands like Mahindra and Tatas. In terms of safety, the carmaker has given dual front airbags as standard fitment across the variants.
The higher variants offer ABS with EBD, ESP with Hill Start Assist, reverse parking sensors, impact sensing auto door lock, rear defogger and speed sensing auto door lock among others.

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    Manas Sharma Jun 22, 2018
    Macho and charming looks with amazingly high performance

    I am a huge fan of the Nissan cars. I recently bought a Nissan Terrano. This is one of the best cars that I have driven. I am in love with this car’s rugged and charming looks. This car is all about high performance and stunning outlooks. The automaker of this car have paid special attention to the part of Read More

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    Shekhar Jun 22, 2017
    Heavy discounts finally make it a good buy

    I recently bought a new Terrano (110PS diesel) and got a brilliant deal on a 2014 manufactured model. I have been told there are discounts on the current year versions too. The Terrano was always an expensive buy over the Duster but finally dealers are realizing the mistake. Also, I have discovered a lot in the car lately. Its not Read More

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Frequently asked questions about Terrano

  • What is the price of Nissan Terrano?

    On road prices of Nissan Terrano in New Delhi starts from ₹ 9.99 Lakh for base variant XE D, while the top spec variant XL P costs at ₹ 9.99 Lakh.

    Variant Price
    XE D ₹ 9.99 Lakh
    XL D Option ₹ 12.22 Lakh
    Sport Edition ₹ 12.22 Lakh
    XV D Pre ₹ 13.95 Lakh
    XV D Pre AMT ₹ 14.46 Lakh
    XL P ₹ 9.99 Lakh

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