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New Nissan Sunny Special Edition launched – Maruti Ciaz, Honda City rival

Nissan India has launched its Sunny Special Edition. With design and advanced tech updates, Sunny Special Edition features a black roof wrap, new body decals and black wheel covers with new rear spoilers.

Nissan Sunny retails at a price of Rs 6.99 Lakh onward. Sunny Special Edition is available for Rs 8.48 Lakh. Sunny Special Edition features advanced and intelligent NissanConnect integrated connected car tech with more than 50 features fr improved security and convenience. It’s equipped with a 6.2″ touchscreen AVN with Phone mirroring for enhanced infotainment.

Hardeep Singh Brar, Director Sales, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd., “The Nissan Sunny is our flagship sedan and has enjoyed immense customer loyalty over the years. As a company that is always on the lookout for customer feedback, we are proud to present the Sunny Special Edition, an embodiment of this customer-centric product philosophy, smart technological upgrades and best-in-class spacious interiors that make it a perfect car for customers looking for a sophisticated driving experience.”

Sunny Special Edition is available in two powertrains – 1.5-litre diesel and petrol engines. Petrol engine is mated with X-Tronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). 1.5-litre diesel is mated with 5-speed manual transmission. Standard features include dual airbags, speed-sensing door lock, and driver seat belt reminder.

Security features include geo-fencing, speed alert, curfew alert, nearby pit-stops, Locate My Car and Share My Car Location. Keyless entry and push-stop-start via intelligent Key, and ‘Lead Me to Car’ conveniences are part of the special edition.

Nissan Sunny sales in India average at about 150 units a month. Compared to rivals like Maruti Ciaz, Volkswagen Vento, Skoda Rapid, Honda City and Hyundai Verna, these are very low numbers. With the launch of this special edition, the company could be hoping for added sales this Diwali season.

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