Nissan Sunny: Road Test and Review | Full Throttle – Yahoo News India

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Nissan Sunny

Nissan Sunny

: Road and Review

The scenic, boulder-strewn village of Mahabalipuram was the backdrop for a experience of Sunny, Nissan’s sedan for India. Home to temples, sculptures and monolithic Mahabalipuram stands testament to the excellence of the Pallava dynasty. the sculptures of Mahabalipuram, the Sunny the eye with well-sculpted exterior; line is carved to perfection.

and sleek, featuring Nissan’s grille and jewel-like headlamps, the displays a pronounced high beltline that slopes the headlamps, with the roof elegantly to the rear, giving it the of a coupé. Out back, the trunk a healthy 490 litres of luggage but doesn’t look bulky at Thanks to the flowing lines and lamps that sweep into the rear fender, you even mistake it for the luxury Teana at a quick glance.

Inside, the Sunny’s USP is space, in the backseat. You can cross your comfortably even when the seats are pushed back You have to agree with claim that the interior matches that of the BMW 5-series or E-class.

However, Sunny has a lot of Micra in it. from the instrument panel, system and A/C vents on the centre everything else has pretty been inherited from the The dashboard suffers from surfaces and flagrant cost-cutting.

The system is basic, sans USB or support.

These minor flaws, are overshadowed by best-in-class safety Available in XE, XL and XV variants, Sunny ABS, EBD, Brake and driver airbags on all three The top variants offer passenger climate control, steering-mounted and electric-adjusted mirrors.

Like the the XV gets keyless entry and start/stop button and 15-inch wheels.

Nissan Sunny

Another feature mention is a two-speed rear fan that pulls cool air the front cabin and circulates it to the seats. Road Test

Behind the wheel, the Sunny with its smooth, quiet and is adept on demanding country Only the merest flutter of noise is noticeable even at 120 and although some road intrudes on rough surfaces, never a bother. Independent struts in front and a non-independent beam at the rear strike a balance between comfort and – I felt some roll at sharp curves at though.

The 1.5 litre petrol engine 98 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 134 Nm of torque at 4000rpm, makes it more powerful many others in the segment. The part of the torque is at the low end of the rev range, it responsive and easy to maneuver. ratios are, however, not for highway cruising.

Shifting smooth either.

Overall, hard to think of a box that the Sunny doesn’t tick. is everything when it comes to car launches – so it’s going to be of unfortunate for Nissan to introduce the hot on the heels of the petrol price And that gives us more for a Diesel variant before even though Nissan is mum on the right now.

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