Nissan Sunny Is Low Priced Sedan In India-zznba

Automobiles The Sunny is a stupid looking car that handles like a wheel-barrow and is neither fast, economical nor cheap, but the car is unlikely to break down which is more than enough for people whom buying a car is just once in a lifetime event. The gearbox is not very slick to operate but the shifts are precise, however shorter ratios would have surely helped its course. The Nissan Sunny with its modern styling and richly appointed cabin has something to satisfy everyone. MacPherson struts are used for the front suspension and a torsion beam for the rear suspension, making for sporty and agile driving at low speeds, and steady and stable driving at higher speeds. There is noticeable road-noise once you get up to highway speeds. Inside, the Sunnys USP is space, especially in the backseat. You can cross your legs .fortably even when the front seats are pushed back .pletely. On the flipside the rear of the car has nothing going for it despite carrying on from the design language of the Teana. It looks extremely blunt with the triangular tail lamps and the Nissan logo just above the license plate is the only solace to the otherwise ordinary rear. When looked at from the side it gives an impression that the rear is lower than the front of the car as if suffering from Down syndrome. The features list includes electric mirrors, integrated stereo with aux-in input, driver seat height adjust, automatic climate control, steering mounted stereo controls, keyless entry, rear air blower, ABS, front driver, passenger airbags, fog lamps, alloy wheels and keyless ignition. The XV variant is priced at Rs 8.78 lakh, ex-showroom across the nation and offers phenomenal space .bined with a frugal diesel engine and class leading features. All this .es at a price worth the features and will definitely appeal not just to the families looking for an upgrade but more importantly to a lot of fleet operators and taxi operators who are generally ignored. In spite of its numerous flips the Nissan Sunny definitely has the right ingredients to make the Sunny diesel a success. In short its way cheaper than its rivals. Its longer than the SX4 and just about 100 millimeter shorter than the Corolla. It has got most of the features of the segment leader Honda City. The top model of Nissan Sunny costs Rs 8.5 lakh before it reaches your hands. The base variant at Rs 6 lakh .petes with the Tata Indigo and the Swift Dzire, while the top-end .petes with the likes of the City, Verna and Vento. .pared to the best looking cars in the segment, the Hyundai Verna Fluidic and Nissan Sunny look very nice in overall appeal with the Verna having more appealing and modern looks. Nissan Sunny delivers a mileage of 15 kmpl in the city and 17 kmpl on the highways. The diesel variants with a 1461 cc 4 cylinder engine delivers a mileage of 21.64 kmpl (ARAI certified) and suits both the city drive as well as the long countryside trips. In fact the Sunny is one of the lightest diesel sedans in the country weighing just 1092kg and delivers a good power to weight ratio of 78.75PS/ton. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: