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Nissan Motor India Private Limited
Type Subsidiary
Founded 2005
Headquarters Chennai, Tamil Nadu[1][2]
Area served India
Key people Mr. Kiminobu Tokuyama, CEO and MD
Industry Automotive
Products Automobiles
Parent Renault Nissan Automotive India Private Limited

Nissan Motor India Private Limited is the Indian subsidiary of Nissan Motor Company of Japan.[3]


Nissan Motor India Private Limited (NMIPL) started its operations in India in 2005, with the launch of the Nissan X-Trail (T30), which was imported as a CBU[3].

Manufacturing Facilities

NMIPL's manufacturing plant in Chennai can manufacture 200,000 vehicles per annum. The Chennai Plant has a additional 200,000 vehicles per annum capacity exclusively for French car maker Renault's Indian arm Renault India Private Limited. The plant's combined capacity is 400,000 vehicles per annum.

The plant in Oragadam with an investment of Indian Rupee ₹4,500 crore (US$999 million) covers an area of 650 acres (2.6 km²

).[4] It will manufacture the Nissan Micra for the Indian and European market, besides various other models for the Indian market.[5]


Nissan X-Trail (T31)

Nissan Teana (J32)

Nissan 370Z

Nissan Micra (W02A)

Manufactured Locally

  1. Nissan Micra (Launched 2010)


  1. Nissan X-Trail (Launched 2005)
  2. Nissan Teana (Launched 2007)
  3. Nissan 370Z (Launched 2010)

Sales and Service Network

NMIPL has appointed Hover Automotive India for the Sales, Service, Parts, Marketing & Dealer Development functions for Nissan vehicles in India. Nissan currently has 31[6] dealerships across 31 cities in 14 states and 1 Union Territory of India.

Sales Performance

In the year 2007, NMIPL recorded sales of 533 vehicles.[7]

See also

External links


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