Nissan will launch an automatic variant for the Terrano and ahead of its official entry into the Indian market, the Japanese automaker has revealed what the cabin look like via its TV commercial. Bookings for the Terrano AMT have already begun.
The video reveals that this new AMT spec Terrano will get a revised instrument cluster, gear level as well as beige and black two-tone colour option. However, it retains the same layout as the manual model. The design of the instrument cluster and gear lever is exactly the same as what we saw on the facelifted Renault Duster that was launched earlier this year. There appear to be no changes externally though it is obvious that this car will get the AMT badging at the rear.
Launched more than a year after the Duster was brought to the Indian market, the Nissan Terrano is muscular and straight cut as compared to its curvy and funky looking French sibling. It is offered with a 1.6-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel that can be had in the 85PS and 110PS state of tune. The petrol model and 85PS diesel make use of a five-speed manual while the 110PS gets a six-speed manual and is the basis for this AMT variant.
We believe that the AMT variants will be priced Rs 60,000 more than the equivalent manual model and will be offered only in the top-of-the-line XV variant.