Nissan has pulled the wraps of the Sunny in Mumbai. The Sunny is based on the Micra’s V-platform and is being offered with a petrol variant only. Powered by a 1500 cc engine, the Sunny produces 99 PS of power at 6000 RPM and 134 Nm of torque at 4000 RPM. According to ARAI, the Sunny will return a mileage of 16.95 kmpl. The Sunny is offered in 3 variants – the XE, XL and XV. ABS and driver side airbag is standard on all variants. We are at the launch and will update you with more information shortly. Meanwhile checkout our video review of the Nissan Sunny below.
2012 Nissan Sunny India Price (ex-showroom, New Delhi) –
Sunny XE – Rs. 5.78 lakhs
Sunny XL – Rs. 6.88 lakhs
Sunny XV – Rs. 7.68 lakhs
It will be available in the domestic market from the beginning of October, 2011. Available at 45 Nissan dealerships across the country, the Sedan can be booked from September 21, 2011 and the delivery would start from October 03, 2011. It will be offered to customers across the country without any waiting period for delivery. (Maruti Suzuki – Learn something).
“With unprecedented levels of sophistication and comfort, we are certain that the Nissan SUNNY will redefine the dynamics of the Sedan segment in India. We have been able to aggressively position it thanks to localization in excess of 85 per cent, which also reiterates our commitment to India and the Indian customer.” – Mr. Gilles Normand, Corporate Vice President, Africa, Middle East & India, Nissan Motor Company
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