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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Nissan Sunny

Nissan has launched its much awaited sedan - the Sunny at Rs 5.78 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. It is the second Nissan car to be manufactured completely in India after the Micra. It uses Nissan’s all-new HR15DE 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder DOHC petrol unit that produces 99PS at 6000rpm and 134Nm of torque at 4000rpm, even as its ARAI fuel efficiency figure stands at 16.95kmpl.
The Sunny is available in three trims namely XE, XL and XV. The base XE variant offers a black interior scheme with tilt-adjustable power steering, ABS and a single airbag for the driver. The XL variant in addition to these gets a passenger airbag as well, along with rear air blower (not air con vents but a fan), power windows, body coloured mirrors, chrome door handles, rear demister, electrically adjustable wing mirrors, central locking, full wheel covers, a 4-speaker stereo system with an Aux-in port but no USB, steering mounted audio controls and keyless entry. The fully loaded XV variant also features electric folding outside mirrors, alloy wheels, outside temperature display, push button ignition and front fog lamps. All models will be available in six different shades. The base and middle variants are shod with 185/70-R14 tyres, while the XV gets 185/65-R15 tyres on 15-inch alloy wheels.   
The Sunny is manufactured at the company’s Oragadam plant near Chennai, and Nissan is already accepting bookings for the Sunny.    


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