Datsun Cars Discontinued From India: Automobile companies all over the world including India have their own challenges. Sometimes they come out of these challenges, sometimes they get stuck and when they get stuck, sometimes they get packed. Something similar happened with Datsun. Yes, Nissan has stopped the production of the cheapest 7 seater car in India, as well as the cheap hatchback company Datsun, and now the Datsun car brand is about to say goodbye to the Indian market. Datsun used to sell 3 cars in India, which were in the hatchback and MPV segment.
Datsun came in the year 2013
Let us tell you that Nissan India introduced the Datsun brand in the Indian market in the year 2013 and the company was aiming to provide affordable cars to the budget car buyers. In this regard, affordable cars were introduced under the Datsun brand. However, Datsun did not get that good response and the brand could not even sell 5000 cars in a year. In such a situation, finally for 9 years, Nissan tried hard to improve the condition of Datsun and when it did not see any hope, finally the production of Datsun cars was stopped.
Datsun said goodbye
Actually, Nissan had launched a hatchback car named RediGo with great anticipation to compete with cheap hatchbacks like Maruti Alto in India, but it did not get such a good response. Later, Datsun also launched a cheap 7 seater car called Go Plus, which was cheaper than Rs 4 lakh. Datsun tried hard to attract people by launching low-cost cars, but it did not succeed and finally it was now packaged in the Indian market. Earlier, Datsun has also bid farewell to Indonesia and Russia market.