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January 17, 2017: Nissan India drive-in the 2014 Sunny facelift at a price tag of Rs 6.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The sedan features various stylistic updates, while mechanically it remains unchanged. The front fascia of the vehicle sports complete overhaul, while rear features subtle changes. On the inside, the new nodel features a new steering wheel (borrowed from the Terrano), new Piano Black central console sporting a 5.1-inch infotainment system with built-in navigation and Bluetooth. The vehicle continues to be powered the same 1.5 liter K9K diesel mated to a five speed manual transmission. On the other hand, petrol is also powered by the similar 1.5 liter naturally aspirated engine mated to a 5 speed manual or CVT AT. Nissan launched the facelifted Sunny with a starting price of Rs 7.91 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Updates include the Sandstone Brown body colour, chrome garnishing on door handles, optional dual-tone black and gray fabric seats and an all-black interior panels.
I bought Nissan Sunny XVD Premium Bronze Grey(Leather seats) in Oct-2016.
My first impression on seeing the caaar "WOW" it was very beautiful both from outside and interiors. Indeed it looked premium & luxury to my eyes.
Exteriors has very smooth counters with intricate lines on bonnet enriching the visuals of the car. From the side the car looks very long with nice set of chrome handles which enhances the exterior looks of the car. I personally like the grill design of Nissan sunn read more 2
I have pretty good experience with a nissan Sunny Automatic, and that is the reason I am giving away this review. It is a pretty decent car in terms of it's looks. Being an automatic, very easy to push through the traffic. It's a very spacious car, with ample leg room and decent space in the back seat for 3 people to be seated very comfortably. The luggage carrier space is quite huge, and you won’t find anything that doesn’t fit there. The engine is really powerful, and can take you to v read more 0
Nissan’s in-house performance division is SUNNY. The skunkworks-like outfit has added its touch to everything and the work touches just about every important facet of the car. For Nissan SUNNY, the SUNNY starts with an aggressive new look that sees the body kit focus on better aerodynamics and a 30 per cent reduction of lift at speed. Visually, Most of the add-ons are accented in a sharp colour, serving to set it apart from its mortal sibling. Just in case it is mistaken for something less.
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Nissan marked its entry into the Indian mid-size sedan segment with the launch of the Sunny. The car arrived in our country in its tenth-generation and apart from rivalling the likes of the Hyundai Verna and Honda City, it is a larger alternative to compact sedans like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire and Tata Zest. Here’s a look at what the Nissan Sunny offers and who should consider buying one.
Things We Like in Sunny
Accommodating 490-litre boot offers enough space for the whole family’s luggage.
Good interior fit and finish quality.
Comfortable seats, easy ingress and smooth ride quality. The Sunny is ideal for chauffeur-driven owners.
Fuel-efficient engines whether you buy the diesel or petrol.
Fantastic cabin space makes it a great car for 5 occupants.
Things We Don't Like in Sunny
Diesel engine doesn’t get the option of an automatic transmission.
Petrol engine offers average mid-range and top-end performance.
Car feels outdated when compared to its rivals. Been in the same generation since 2011.
Stand Out Features
Multiple airbags (dual-front, along with side airbags)
Abundance of rear legroom
The Nissan Sunny is a spacious, comfortable and efficient family sedan. It’s a can’t-go-wrong car that you can use for point A to point B transport and is a good buy if you want a simple, hassle-free car for yourself or for fleet operations.
"However, it isn’t as technologically advanced as its rivals and after being offered in the same generation for over 5 years, it is showing its age. "
Additionally, the Etios offers a lot of the same selling-points, while being backed by Toyota’s famed service network. Ultimately, the Sunny’s only USP remains its comfortable interior.
The Indian car market is one of the fastest growing markets across the world and this is one reason why several automotive car manufacturers are focusing on our market, introducing several new products in various segments. This has resulted to an increase in the demands by the customers as they practicality d...
As per Nissan’s Project 88, the company plans to introduce 10 products in the coming 5 years time. We had done an exclusive story on the seven new products that the company will introduce in the coming years, while the other three are derivatives. The Sunny gets an XTronic CVT, which is different from the ...
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