Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Nissan Sunny sedan unveiled

As the result of 24 x7 high endeavors the renowned auto manufacturing company Nissan India has succeeded in overcoming the time boundation of revealing its new infant Nissan Sunny in sedan segment of cars in Indian market before the expected time. But now according to the reports revealed by authentic sources Nissan India has unveiled the new Nissan Sunny on August 3, 2011. Coming towards the features of Sunny sedan it can be definitely said that it offers the latest and multifarious features are a class apart.Nissan Sunny price is expected to fall in the range of Rs7 to Rs9 lakh. Nissan Sunny See More Nissan Sunny Pictures Nissan Sunny Sedan is expected to be equipped with both diesel and petrol engines. As the result of continuous hike in the petrol prices and as the result of shift towards the diesel vehicles Nissan India also expects that the diesel variant of Sunny shall be able to grab more customers as compared to petrol variant. The petrol of variant of New Sunny Sedan is expected to equipped with 1.5 litre HR15DE engine generating the power of 108 bhp with highest torque of 148 Nm, whereas the diesel variant of Sunny is supposed to embedded with 1.5 litre DCi common rail turbo engine generating the maximum power of 105 bhp. Nissan Sunny Read More on Nissan Sunny Discussing the Nissan Sunny Review it can be said that at first look the New Nissan Sunny resembles to its predecessor Nissan Almera. However the Nissan Sunny Price may be the subject of debate as it is not yet announced by company but it is speculated to give tough fight to upgraded edition of Honda city at reduced price. Besides this while discussing the Nissan Sunny Review it would be also important to assess the performance of ancestors like Nissan Micra, Nissan 370Z, Nissan Teana in sedan segment and Nissan X-Trail in SUV segment, going through the powerful performance of these variants and their popularity in Indian market it can be said the New Nissan Sunny will carry the cultural heritage of its ancestors to new heights.

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