Nissan India recently launched a special edition of the Sunny in a bid to generate some interest around the only sedan it sells in India. This special edition is based on the XL trim, which is the mid-variant of the car. Here is a picture gallery showing all the new features that should attract buyers especially around the festive season. Take a look.
The long sedan now gets this swanky new avatar thanks to the body decals that make it look more attractive than the regular sedan.
It's called a special edition as it gets a different treatment unlike the regular sedan. A black roof and black wheel caps also play a major role in this transformation.
A special edition badge and a rear spoiler help add exclusivity and style respectively at the back. The special edition is basically to offer prospective buyers something fresh and unique.
Spacious interior is the USP of the Sunny sedan, and now crimson red seat covers and floor mats have helped add to a lot of sophistication inside.
As the carmaker claims, it has increased the convenience also in terms of size. It is 6.2-inches in particular, which is the size of the new touchscreen infotainment unit.
This Blaupunkt unit boasts of a stereo, navigation and phone mirroring features. Apart from this, it supports Nissan Connect too.
This C-Segment sedan is a slow seller compared to the Maruti Ciaz or Honda City. But, prices starting from Rs 8.48 lakhs make this Sunny special edition a lot cheaper than these best-selling sedans.