Nissan Terrano SUV Caught in the Flesh

Terrano spied sans camo

Aug 23 2013, 12:30pm CDT | by

Nissan Terrano SUV Caught in the Flesh

We already know that Nissan has been working on a new small SUV for markets other than the US called the Terrano. The SUV is based on the Dacia Duster and some images of the actual SUV without any disguising have hit the web.

I see no evidence to support this, but Nissan has also been teasing some images of the 2014 Rogue that is available in the US and I suspect the Terrano and new Rogue will be very similar. The official release of the Terrano is set for August 20.

The Nissan version of the SUV is expected to sell for more than the Duster when it hits market. The car isn't expected outside the Indian market, at least not carrying the Terrano name.

 
 
 

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