Nissan Sunny - Automatic
I have a 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 very high speeds in a jiffy. The automatic gear is also pretty smooth. The internal transition is flawless. You won't feel the vibration at high speeds and even when the internal gear transmission is happening.
Off road driving, though is not recommended, also suits this car very well. I have driven the car on Off roads, and on cliffs where steep climbing is required. The car has taken it all smoothly. It has remarkable control in highways, in high speeds - 150 to 160 range. Being a heavy vehicle, it sticks on to the road when taking turns at high speeds. The steering also becomes pretty tight helping in retaining the control at higher speeds.
From a driver's perspective, seat and riding position is very comfortable. Adjustable seat and steering help us choose the position that suits us best. One thing that was missing was the driver's arm rest, which could have given more relaxed driving experience, especially in an automatic version. The auto gear handle is pretty decent, and the controls in the steering wheel and other dash attached controls are easily reachable, without creating a distraction.
Keyless entry and keyless engine ignition is a very good feature. Also, the lock-unlocks button in the door handles of both passenger and driver, makes it very convenient to enter and exit the vehicle. When the car goes to reserve, the display shows Kilometer to empty, and dynamic average mileage, which I found to be very useful.
Some improvements the car could have are as follows. A sunroof or a moon roof would have suited the car very well. Stock rear spoilers and roof rails would have added to the looks. Retractable side mirrors would have helped in narrow roads and congested traffic. Mileage is on a lower side, almost 10 KMPL in city drive.
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