Nissan X-Trail to Russia

    A classic Nissan car displayed at the museum is the Fairlady. The roadster is considered as one of the best looking convertibles of its time. The Fairlady is the direct ancestor of the Z car which Nissan is known for. It was first produced by the car manufacturer in 1959 and was discontinued in 1970. Throughout its stint in the market, Nissan produced 40,000 units of the roadster. The Fairlady badge though is not used in other markets. Instead, it was marketed under the Datsun Sports name. The popularity of the Fairlady is due to the fact that they are a cheaper alternative to European sports cars.

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    Nissan Motors has been doing pretty well in the country and now has plans of rolling out plenty more new car models on the Indian roads. Since its debut in India in 2004, Nissan has witnessed a growth of over 200 per cent. The sales figures too show steep climbs. Nissan's journey from Japan to India has proved to be a big success.

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    Nissan X-Trail to Russia

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