New Sunny unveiled by Nissan: A step towards further reinforcement of position in Indian market

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On 3rd July 2014, Japanese automaker introduced face lifted version of its sedan- New Sunny in an event organised in country’s economic capital Mumbai. With improved aesthetic appeal and technical competency Nissan hopes to further expand its customer base in the most competitive sedan segment. New Sunny featuring three petrol and five Diesel versions; is available for sale in all Nissan dealerships across India.

“India is a key strategic growth market for Nissan. We continue to monitor its evolution extremely closely to ensure our expanding product portfolio fits regional needs. The New Sunny is our answer that responds to the changing demands and desires." said Mr Andy Palmer, Chief Planning Officer, Nissan Motor Corporation, speaking at the occasion.

While taking ahead the heritage of qualities like durability and economy, New Sunny gets even more impressive with bigger and bolder grille, boomerang-shaped headlamps and an all-new front bumper. Redesigned rear bumper, chrome door sills, rear view mirror mounted turn signals and stylish 12-spoke Y-pattern alloy wheels are some other distinguishing features.

New sunny relies on the same proven engines from previous generation Sunny i.e. the 1.5-litre HR15 petrol engine and the 1.5-litre K9K diesel engine. The petrol engine puts out power of 99Ps @ 6000 rpm with manual transmission and 101Ps @5600 rpm with CVT while the torque output is 134 Nm @ 4000 rpm. The diesel engine is capable of producing 86Ps @ 3750 rpm and a torque of 200Nm @2000 rpm.

In terms of body colours, New sunny has options available which are: Pearl White, Deep Grey, Nightshade, Onyx Black, Bronze Grey and Blade Silver.

The following table depicts the ex-showroom New Delhi prices of all variants of New Sunny:

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