Nissan Sunny Overview
The Indian car market is one of the fastest growing markets across the world and this is one reason why several automotive car manufacturers are focusing on our market, introducing several new products in various segments. This has resulted to an increase in the demands by the customers as they practicality demand everything under the sun, even in the tiniest hatchback at the least possible price. This means now car makers have to ensure introduction of more features in their products to keep the numbers coming.
Nissan had introduced the Sunny in 2011 in its petrol avatar and next year we saw the diesel variant being introduced. The Sunny is based on the Micra platform and was built with space, performance and fuel efficient as the key selling factors for the sedan. The rise in competition has raised the bar by introducing several brownies and increasing the value for money quotient. Nissan has responded to the competition by titivating its existing Sunny sedan. We find out the changes on the Nissan Sunny. Nissan Sunny price range in India is between 7,78,090 to 11,00,998, check for detail pricing of Nissan Sunny in Carzprice.
Nissan Sunny Design
Everything about the Sunny is big. The headlamps were big and are same, just that they are much more curvy and well designed now. Nissan are calling this the new Boomerang headlamps. The grill is entire chrome with chrome strips. And a large Nissan badge in the centre. The bumper is huge and rises all the way above the grill and onto the bonnet. The bumper to houses a grill in the centre with fog lamps on either side and that too has chrome strips. I don’t think I have ever mentioned chrome so many times as here.
Looks like Nissan got a wholesaler. From the side as I have mentioned before the cabin area looks huge. The doors are large with large windows. They took Seagram’s line “Make It Large” a bit too literally. The mirrors now get side indicators. The silver alloys blend well with the chrome yet again on the door handles. The C-pillar appears like that on a notchback and even the boot has a large look to it. The tail lamp flows well from the rear panel to the bumper. And guess what? chrome yet again on the boot lid with the Nissan badge. The rear bumper has a nice fibre lip adding to the classy look. The new Nissan Sunny 2017 does stand out.
Nissan Sunny Cabin
There are even more changes on the inside; in fact, it’s an all-new approach. The 50 shades of grey interior is gone, and in its place comes one that is a lot more luxurious and interesting. You no longer feel you are sitting in a base-spec car as the new leather-wrapped steering, chrome-lined dials, piano black centre console and silver accents lift the ambience if the cabin considerably. The higher versions get leather seats and leather-covered gear knobs, and a new two-DIN audio system also provides Bluetooth and a display screen for the reversing camera. Also really nice are the steering-mounted audio controls that are finished in chrome. Built very differently from the regular plastic fare, they too lend a touch of class to the cabin.
The Sunny also has a shocking amount of room in the rear. Shoulder, head and especially legroom are segment transcending, and it feels so roomy and airy, there is absolutely no feeling of being cramped. The back seat is a bit short on thigh support, but otherwise feels really comfortable, and the feeling of space is present at the front of the cabin too. What also works well on this car is the ride quality. The Sunny absorbs the bumps and dips in the road quite easily and even really bad patches only cause some amount of juddering; so now it’s even better for being chauffeured around in. There’s also noticeably less pitch from the car. Check for Nissan Sunny in ieso2013.in
Nissan Sunny Performance
The Sunny is still being offered with the same engine options, the 1.5-litre petrol and even diesel. The petrol comes with an option of five-speed manual and CVT, while diesel comes mated to a five-speed stick shift. There are no changes mechanically in the Sunny, however the diesel’s electronically controlled module (ECM) has been recoded for some minor changes to enhance the fuel efficiency. Now, as per the ARAI fuel efficiency cycle, the Sunny diesel returns a economy of 22.7 km/l, a bump by about 1 km/l. There is no difference in the engine characteristics, when it comes to driving. The Sunny still produces the same 83bhp of power and there is no turbo lag either. The petrol engine and transmission remain untouched to any changes.
Even with its dimensions, decent performance the Sunny has managed to provide excellent fuel efficiency figures. If we consider 15 km/l on the petrol we still manage to get a distance of 600 km on one 41 litre fuel tank. That is a one stop from Mumbai to Surat and back and that is a lot in today’s times. Diesel promises a range of over 800 km, now that is just mind boggling.
Nissan Sunny Rideing
This is clearly a car for the laid back rear seats. But the well performing petrol and diesel engines request to be driven at least sometimes. Now you can not push this car along corners, because even though the steering is precise and has a light feel yet adequate feedback, the long body make the car fishtail. The suspension is soft and very well made for our Indian roads. No matter how may the ditch or undulations this car seems to dampen them very well. There is no shock or effect that filters through the seats. The NVH levels are also very low. These are clearly features of something you would find in cars way above 15 lakhs.
Nissan Sunny Safety
Nissan always has taken care of this aspect cautiously and subsequently it has returned rich dividends to the company. In Sunny sedan, it has incorporated disc as front brakes while the rear braking system is drum. This primary braking system is complimented extremely well by the trio of Antilock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA) in each and every variant of this sedan. Also, driver airbag is a standard safety feature across all the variants. The top-end trim XV D features front fog lamps which are quite helpful during inclement weather. It also has the front passenger airbag while the paid optional trim XV D (safety) comes with additional side airbags for the front seat occupants.
There are also several alert systems included in the sedan such as low fuel level warning, door ajar warning, speed sensing auto door lock, headlight on warning lamp etc. to aware the driver of the tricky circumstances ahead. The company has also installed a heap of security features to encounter the thieves and lock-pickers. Nissan Sunny comes with Immobilizer, Central Door Lock, Key Remove Warning Lamp etc. as standard security features across all the variants. Additionally, the mid-level and top-end variants feature Anti-theft Device with Alarm and Seat Belt Warning Lamps as extra security features to keep you car protected from goons as well as bullies.
Nissan Sunny Price
Nissan Sunny On-Road Price in India ranges from 7,78,090 to 11,00,998 for variants Sunny XE Petrol and Sunny XV Diesel respectively. Nissan Sunny is available in 6 variants and 6 colours. Below are details of Nissan Sunny variants price in India. View offers on Nissan Cars from Nissan dealers in Hyderabad at Autozhop.
Nissan Sunny Verdict
Since the Indian debut of this sedan in 2011, It is the most complete car in all the aspects. Be it the elegant exterior appearance, be it the luxury packed interior cabin or be it the avant-garde safety features and performance, it emerges triumphant in every aspect. Except for the loose handling and not-so-brisk acceleration with the diesel variants, it is a marvel; a true peach of a car that truly deserves its sticker price. So, if petrol is your flavor and performance is your priority, then choose Nissan Sunny, unarguably.