The all-new Nissan Sunny features lower, wider and longer exterior dimensions
Japanese automaker, Nissan has finally unveiled the new-generation Sunny sedan. For people not in the know, the Sunny sedan is on sale in international markets with a different name – Nissan Versa. The new model will first go on sale in the global markets in the mid-2019. The company claims that the mid-sized sedan is fitted with several segment-leading technology and safety features.
The new Nissan Versa is equipped with the brand’s Safety Shield 360 that helps provide front, side and rear safety monitoring and intervention technologies. Standard safety features include Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Lane Departure Warning and High Beam Assist. Available equipment includes Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Driver Alertness and Intelligent Cruise Control.
The all-new Nissan Sunny features lower, wider and longer exterior dimensions while retaining the roomy interior space. The new model is designed on the brand’s new “Emotional Gemoetry” design language. Some of the design highlights include V-motion grille, boomerang-shaped headlamps and tail-lamps, kick-up C-pillars and floating roof. Also See – Nissan Kicks SUV price, specs and details
The interior of the new Versa (Sunny) shares similarities with the Maxima and Altima. It features the “Gliding Wing” instrument panel that expands the feel of the space through use of a light and sleek “wingspan.” Some of the interior features include remote keyless entry, push button start and power windows, heated front seats, automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The new Nissan Sunny is available in eight dynamic colors including Electric Blue Metallic, Monarch Orange Metallic and Scarlet Ember Tintcoat. The all-new Nissan Versa (Sunny) is powered by a new 1.6-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine that produces 122bhp of power and 154Nm of torque. Transmission options include Xtronic automatic or a 5-speed manual.
Nissan is yet to confirm the new Sunny launch in India. However, media reports claim that the Japanese brand will bring the next-generation versions of the Sunny and Micra hatchback in India in the next 2 years. We will update you as soon as Nissan makes an official announcement on the launch of the new Sunny in India.
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