Posted Tue, 11/23/2010 - 02:03 by Anonymous
Nissan Sunny, an eagerly awaited car has been unofficially revealed by Nissan Motors. The new sedan codenamed as L02B was to be launched at the 2010 Guangzhou Motor Show in China, in 2010. But the new car was unveiled unofficially and looks similar to Nissan Micra. The hatchback Nissan Micra is a liked car and to take advantage of the market in the company's favor, it seems the company has made a saloon version of the car. The Nissan Sunny (Vera, March the two models) is manufactured on V-platform and will be having one of the production unit in India. The new Nissan Sunny will be coming with 1.5 litre HR 15 and 1.6 litre HR 16 engine. This Nissan C segment car is expected to have an excellent fuel efficiency and would be decent in its power.
Nissan Micra, was launched in India in three petrol engine models which comes with five speed manual transmission. Nissan Micra is affixed with 1.2 litre 1198 cc petrol engine which churns a power of 76 Ps and torque of 104 Nm. Nissan Micra comes with upgraded technology, elegant looks and advanced features. The car is available in three models Nissan Micra XE, Nissan Micra XL and Nissan Micra XV which is priced between Rs 3,98,000 to Rs 5,28,800 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The car offers excellent mileage of 18.06 kmpl.
The hatchback is loaded with great advanced features. The interiors are packed with black and beige with great looking dashboard and the central console is having upgraded instrument panel which gives it an elegant look. The car is also packed with safety features such as, the V-platform the car is made on ensures safety, also includes ABS with EBD, front fog lamps, security alarms and much more.
Well with the new launch Nissan will soon start fixing the cars it has called back in United States, Canada and Mexico. The auto giant has recalled as many as 604,500 units it sold and is one of the biggest recalls made by any auto company. The auto major will call back three of its variants because of the safety reasons as problems were found in the power steering and batteries, these cars were manufactured in Mexico, United States and Canada. The models which are being called back are Nissan Sentra, Nissan Xterra and Nissan Frontier.