The new Nissan Sunny 2017 facelift is more premium and fuel efficient than the old model.
2017 Nissan Sunny facelif comes with minor cosmetic and mechanical changes, and a new colour scheme.
Nissan India has launched the 2017 facelift of its popular sedan – Sunny – at a starting price of Rs 7.91 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). For 2017, the sedan has received minor cosmetic and mechanical upgrades along with a new colour scheme. While the petrol variants of the 2017 Nissan Sunny facelift are priced between Rs 7.91 lakh – Rs 10.89 lakh, the diesel models range from Rs 8.80 lakh – Rs 10.76 lakh (all ex-showroom, Delhi).
Commenting on the launch of 2017 Nissan Sunny facelift, Arun Malhotra, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Nissan India is constantly listening to thevoice of our customers. The New Sunny 2017 is a testimony to this with its spacious interior, comfortable drive feel and fuel-efficient engines. The new features and color options offer more to our customers at the same price and we are confident this package will attract new Nissan car buyers.”
|Variant||Price (Ex-showroom, Delhi)|
|XE P||Rs 7.91 lakh|
|XE D||Rs 8.80 lakh|
|XL P||Rs 8.40 lakh|
|XL D||Rs 9.46 lakh|
|XV D||Rs 9.93 lakh|
|XV D Safety||Rs 10.76 lakh|
|XV CVT||Rs 10.89 lakh|
Exterior design of the sedan has been revised with the new front grille, re-designed bumpers, larger headlamps and new Y-shaped 12-spoke alloy wheels. There is a chrome trim around the fog lamps, chin section and boot lid. The new side mirrors with integrated turn indicators look good. As mentioned above, the 2017 Nissan Sunny facelift comes with a new ‘Sandstone Brown’ paint job along with the regular shades – Bronze Grey, Brick Red, Blade Silver, Onyx Black, Storm White and Sapphire Blue.
Comprehensive changes have been made inside the cabin. The 2017 Sunny looks more upmarket with all-black interior with black fabric seats and new black interior panels. What further enhance its premium appeal are new chrome finished door handles, new steering wheel design with mounted audio controls, piano black centre console trim and leather upholstery & steering wheel wrap.
While the engine options for the new Nissan Sunny 2017 facelift remain unchanged, the mileage and NVH levels have been significantly improved. For the record, Nissan claims that the updated Sunny returns a mileage of 17.97kmpl (petrol CVT), 16.95kmpl (petrol MT) and 22.71kmpl (diesel). Nissan Kicks Compact SUV – Picture Gallery
The diesel version comes powered by the same 1.5-litre K9K dCi motor paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox. This unit generates 84.8bhp, while producing 200Nm of torque at 2,000rpm. On the other hand the Sunny petrol derives its power from a 1.5-itre HR15 engine churning out 97.6bhp at 6,000rpm 99.6bhp at 5,6000rpm with manual and CVT gearbox respectively. The torque figures of this motor stand at 134Nm.