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Nissan Sunny, one of the stylish executive sedans in the Indian market caught the attention of the buyers through its rather unique advertisement in which the car was called ‘caaaaaaaaaaaaaaar’. The obvious reference by the lengthy usage is to the extra features and comforts of the car, as compared to its competitors. True to its positioning, the Nissan Sunny is an elegant sedan and it adds to the status of the user in no small measure. Hence, it is not surprising to note that more and more senior executives prefer this car for their daily commute to office.
Available for a price range of INR 6.99 lakh to 9.80 lakh, the Nissan Sunny is a good sedan with spacious interiors and airy cabin. It also comes with excellent boot space, good legroom and enticing looks. All these add to the value of the car.
Other notable features of Nissan Sunny include powerful engines. The car comes in both petrol and diesel variants. The petrol version of Sunny is powered by a 1498 cc, 4-cylinder, 1.5-liter engine, which can produce a top power of 98 bhp and a peak torque of 134 Nm. The automatic version also features a petrol engine, which is slightly powerful at 100 bhp. The manual transmission is of five-speed and the automatic transmission features an Xtronic CVT. The diesel variant of Sunny is powered by a 1461 cc, 1.5-liter K9K dCi engine with the capacity to churn 84 bhp of power and 200 Nm of Torque. It is offered only in a five-speed manual transmission version.
The 2014 version of the Sunny is offered in eight trims. The XE, XL and XL CVT are petrol versions and the trims XE D, XL D, XV D, XV D Premium (leather), and XV D Premium (safety) are the diesel trims of the car. The Petrol variant returns a reasonable mileage of 16.95 kmpl (17.97 kmpl for the automatic variant) and the diesel variants return an impressive mileage of 22.71 kmpl.
The major competitors of the Nissan Sunny are cars like the Chevrolet Sail and Toyota Etios, which hold an edge over the former due to their competitive pricing. Some other features of Sunny, which could prove beneficial to the rivals, are its loose handling, low ground clearance and a noisy diesel engine.
Even so, the highly spacious interiors of the Sunny as well as its excellent comfort and safety features have helped it to gain a major chunk of market share, despite the tough market conditions.
The Nissan Sunny is available in six attractive colors including the Nightshade, Pearl White, Deep Gray, Onyx Black, Bronze Grey, and Blade Silver shades. To conclude, the Nissan Sunny is a good car in all respects.
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