Nissan Sunny Expert Review

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Introduction

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.

Pros
  • Acceptable fit and finish quality
  • Fuel efficient powertrain options, including the petrol CVT combo
  • Aggressively priced! It’s the most affordable midsize sedan in its segment
  • Comfortable seats, smooth ride quality and fantastic cabin space. The Sunny is ideal for chauffeur-driven owners
Cons
  • Petrol-CVT should have had cruise control functionality for added convenience
  • The Nissan Sunny has gone without a generation change for seven years now, making it lose out to competition
  • Both the engines are average performers compared to powerful rivals like the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna

Stand Out Features

  • Enormous rear leg room

    Enormous rear leg room

  • Dual-tone black and beige perforated leather upholstery with the CVT variant

    Dual-tone black and beige perforated leather upholstery with the CVT variant

CarDekho Verdict

"The Nissan Sunny’s USP lies in the cabin space that it offers, especially for the rear passengers. "

It is still one of the most spacious cars for the price but Nissan needs to give it a major upgrade now as the competition has raised the goalpost in the last few years.  

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