Nissan India may stop the production of the Evalia in the coming few weeks. Despite it being on sale for the last three years and undergoing numerous facelifts, the Japanese manufacturer has managed to sell only 2412 units.
The company is believed to be in the process of clearing stocks of the model. It might restart production if it thinks the Evalia could find a market, which we think is highly unlikely. It seems more possible that exports will then become the focus for the MPV.
The Evalia also had a cousin in the name of the Ashok Leyland Stile. The Stile was nothing but a rebadged Evalia, which was launched a part of their alliance. Unfortunately, few months ago, Ashok Leyland stopped manufacturing owing to poor sales. "The Evalia’s design and styling is unconventional and unfortunately it has not met our sales expectations with our Indian customers, said Nissan spokesperson.