|Nissan Terrano India||
2013 - SUV|
Power: from 85 to 110 Hp | Dimensions: 4331 x 1822 x 1671 mm
|Nissan Terrano II (R20)||
1993 - 2004 Off-road vehicle|
Power: from 100 to 154 Hp | Dimensions: 4697 x 1755 x 1850 mm
|Nissan Terrano I (WD21)||
1987 - 1995 Off-road vehicle|
Power: from 99 to 148 Hp | Dimensions: 4365 x 1690 x 1680 mm
Dimensions are 4365 mm (171.85 in.) x 1690 mm (66.54 in.) x 1680 mm (66.14 in.) for the Terrano I, 4697 mm (184.92 in.) x 1755 mm (69.09 in.) x 1850 mm (72.83 in.) for the Terrano II, and 4331 mm (170.51 in.) x 1822 mm (71.73 in.) x 1671 mm (65.79 in.) for the Terrano India.
Horsepower varies, with Nissan Terrano II variants offering the highest output of between 100 Hp (1993 Nissan Terrano II (R20) 2.7 TD) and 154 Hp (2001 Nissan Terrano II (R20) 3.0 TDi 16V), Terrano I sits in the middle in regard to power, with between 99 Hp (1987 Nissan Terrano I (WD21) 2.7 TD 4WD) and 148 Hp (1990 Nissan Terrano I (WD21) 3.0 i 4WD), and Terrano India has the lowest output figures in the range of between 85 Hp (2013 Nissan Terrano India 1.5 dCi) and 110 Hp (2013 Nissan Terrano India 1.5 dCi).
Good fuel economy is being offered in the Nissan Terrano India range, going as low as 4.9 l/100 km (48 mpg) (2013 Nissan Terrano India 1.5 dCi (85 Hp)). Consumption figures in previous generations are between 8.8 l/100 km (26.73 mpg) (2001 Nissan Terrano II (R20) 3.0 TDi 16V (154 Hp)) and 14.3 l/100 km (16.45 mpg) (1990 Nissan Terrano I (WD21) 3.0 i 4WD (148 Hp)), depending on the variant.
Most Nissan Terrano vehicles have a 5-speed manual transmission, with one variant - 2013 Nissan Terrano India 1.5 dCi (110 Hp), having a 6-speed manual one. 4-speed automatic options, however, are also available for the 1987 Nissan Terrano I (WD21) 2.7 TD 4WD (99 Hp), 1990 Nissan Terrano I (WD21) 3.0 i 4WD (148 Hp), and 2001 Nissan Terrano II (R20) 3.0 TDi 16V (154 Hp) variants.
The Nissan Terrano I (WD21) and Nissan Terrano II (R20) variants use a double wishbone front suspension and a helical spring for the rear suspension, while the Nissan Terrano India use an independent, spring McPherson front suspension with stabilizer and a torsion rear suspension.
Nissan Terrano India has been in production since 2013, still being manufactured to this day.
According to some owners, Nissan Terrano is not as reliable as other Nissan vehicles, and is prone to brake, suspension, engine, and turbo (where present) issues.