Recently, we informed you about the new yet-to-launch model by Nissan India and how it’s different than its predecessors. This new launch is of 2014 version of company’s ongoing sedan Sunny which has got a refreshed 2014 avataar and now Nissan has introduced it on 3rd July 2014 with the basic price of 6.99 lakhs. Let’s have a detailed look.
The price range that Nissan 2014 Sunny carries vary between 6.99-9.80 lakhs where 6.99 lakhs is of both petrol’s and diesel’s base-variant.
The petrol CVT is available at cost of 8.91 lakhs while diesel’s end-trim gets price tags of 9.80 lakhs. All prices are of ex-showroom Delhi.
No mechanical changes have been done in it, it will continue with the same 1.5 liter of petrol unit which churns out max power of 97.6bhp (in manual) & 99.6bhp (in CVT) and torque of 134Nm while diesel mill is of 1.5 liter too and develops max output of 84.8bhp and torque of 200Nm.
The updated Nissan Sunny gets 5-speed manual transmission in its both petrol and diesel variants while petrol mill also is geared up with a CVT gearbox as an option.
As far as its fuel efficiency is concerned, the petrol model will offer ARAI certified mileage of 16.95 km/l (manual) and 17.97 km/l (automatic) while the diesel model will offer 22.71 km/l of claimed mileage.
Interior & Exterior:
At inside, the central console has been given a piano-black glossy finish with beige color interiors, 5.1-inch display for the audio system & rear parking camera in its top-end variant, bluetooth-enabled premium audio etc. New Sunny also gets an all-new steering wheel with integrated audio and telephone controls.
Further, it is equipped with front and side airbags, ABS (antilock braking system), EBD (electronic brake-force distribution) and brake assist as standard features in its safety front.
The exterior profile of the car has been tweaked by giving it new boomerang-shaped headlights, bolder modified grille, new bumpers at rear, new fog lamps with chrome finishers, various chrome strips above registration plate and stylish 2-spoke Y-pattern alloys etc.
The New Sunny will be available in a choice of six colors – Pearl White, Deep Grey, Nightshade, Onyx Black, Bronze Grey and Blade Silver.
“When first introduced in 2011, the Sunny redefined the spaciousness and value proposition in its segment, setting new benchmarks in India. The aspirations of Indian sedan customers have evolved since then but we are confident that the New Sunny is now even better equipped to meet and surpass them. The new model will strengthen our presence within this crucially important and growing segment,” said Kenichiro Yomura, President, Nissan India Operations.
|Comparison of Nissan Sunny|
|Comparison of Nissan Sunny variants|