Nissan has announced global recall of Sunny sedan and Micra hatchback to replace defective Airbags. About 9,000 units of both models combined are being recalled in India, out of 2,60,000 Nissan cars with this fault worldwide.
Nissan Sunny is a great car for daddies. Nissan aimed very carefully in choosing their target audience, among the more senior mass of citizens who need less conspicuous and good value for money car for city commute and occasional picnic trips. Back in 2011, the Japanese automaker launched Sunny sedan and hit bullseye.
Automated Manual Transmission has gained some attention in the Indian auto sector. Marutiās new AMT gearbox on Celerio proved to be a great draw, while Maruti Alto K10 AMT, Tata Motors Zest with AMT and Nano Twist F-Tronic AMT are all slated for launch in the near future.
Nissan Sunny, well known as caaaaar, gets a facelift to cheer up sales and grab some attention in the C segment space. Facelift Sunny gets a variety of cosmetic and tech upgrades, retaining the same motor as seen in older caaaaar. Nissan Sunny facelift was first showcased at Delhi Auto Expo earlier this year, is now set to launch in June 2014.
As promised by President and CEO for Nissan India, Kenichiro Yomura at the launch of Nissan Micra Active last September, a diesel version is in the making and was recently spotted on test. Nissan Micra Active with Pure Drive dCI badge on tailgate was spotted on test in Chennai and gearing up for display at 2014 Auto Expo in February.
Nissan India will showcase their entire vehicle line up at next month’s Delhi Auto Expo. The platform will also be used to showcase their new Sunny sedan.
Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. has this week achieved a new export milestone with its 300,000th car leaving from Ennore Port Ltd. (EPL). To celebrate the moment Kenichiro Yomura , President – Nissan India, Baskarachar, MD and Chairman, Ennore Port, Chennai, Hideki Maebashi, Head of Exports and Atul Shahane, General Manager, Vehicle Exports, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd were in attendance.
Nissan Motors has revealed their plans of setting up car production plant in India’s neighboring country, Myanmar. The announcement was made by none other than Carlos Ghosn, CEO, Nissan Motors. Nissan will start with production of Sunny sedan at the largest car manufacturing facility in Myanmar, in association with their Malaysian partner Tan Chong Motor Holdings Bhd.