The updated Nissan Sunny is just around the corner. The company is planning a mid-August launch. The car was showcased in February at the 2014 Auto Expo alongside the Friend-Me Concept. However, the Japanese automaker didn't reveal about when are they planning to launch the model.
Major changes can be spot on front and rear end only while the sides are updated with new alloy wheels design and side-indicators that are now integrated into outer rear view mirrors. The face is updated with sharply designed V-shaped chrome grille, reshaped wrap-around headlamps, neatly detailed bumper and new fog lamp units. The rear will be similarly revised with minor changes to bumper design and re-styled tail lights.
A new piano black dominates the center console, new seat fabric and a few additional comfort features. The car will continue to get power from 1.5-litre units of both diesel and petrol engines. The 1.5-litre K9K series engine produces 86 PS power and 200 Nm of torque while the petrol motor generates 99 PS power and 134 Nm of torque. Transmission options will also remain same of 5-speed manual while diesel will also be available with CVT (continuously variable transmission).
Prices are expected to remain unchanged.