Car-maker, Nissan India has introduced a special edition of Nissan Sunny. The four wheeler will be available in 1.5-litre petrol and diesel 1.5-litre K9K variants.
The special edition Sunny will continue with the 1.5-litre petrol engine and the 1.5-litre K9K diesel engine. The petrol variant features a peak power of 100 PS at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 134 Nm at 4000 rpm. While the diesel variant features maximum power of 86 PS at 3750 rpm and maximum torque of 200 Nm at 2000 rpm. Both the variants comes mated to five-speed manual gearbox with the option of an X-tronic CVT automatic gearbox.
When the interior is concerned, the main changes include leather seats and 2 DIN touch-screen multi-media audio system (with DVD, BT, USB & Remote). The interior changes gives the special edition a premium look. The special edition also features satellite navigation and Bluetooth connectivity.
The changes that made on exterior of the special version include special body side mouldings and chrome-plated trunk detailing. Nissan Sunny special edition continues with the features such as power-folding mirrors, automatic climate control, ABS, two airbags, keyless entry, push-button ignition, and steering audio controls. The special edition also gets a rear parking camera with sensors, a spoiler and extra chrome treatment for the logo just below spoiler.
Mr. Nitish Tipnis, Director – sales & marketing of Nissan’s national sales company in India – Hover Automotive India – said, “Sunny has been a success in India right from the time of its launch in September 2011 and the car has continued to be a popular choice amongst customers in the mid-sized sedan segment. The launch of this special edition is a ’thank you’ to our customers for making Sunny such a success. We hope to further delight them with the generous range of enhancements on offer and, as you would expect from Nissan, the addition of even more advanced technology.”
It is expected that Nissan will soon roll out the X-tronic CVT automatic transmission Sunny within few months. The new CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) transmission was introduced for the very first time in India for Renault Scala. The automatic Renault Scala CVT has been named as the X-Tronic, which is supplied from Nissan.. The X-tronic variant of the Sunny cost slight lesser than the Renault Scala.
Nissan Sunny special edition XV petrol is priced Rs 8.60 lakh at ex-showroom Delhi. While the XV diesel variant priced Rs 9.68 lakh at ex-showroom Delhi.
The limited edition Nissan Sunny comes with the added features- 2-DIN multimedia system, rear parking camera and rear spoiler with a chrome plated trunk garnish
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