Nissan has introduced special edition variants of the Sunny mid-size sedan in both the diesel and petrol models. The Sunny special edition models are essentially the top-of-the-line XV variants with minor cosmetic tweaks to the exterior that include a boot lip spoiler, chrome plated trunk detailing and body coloured side mouldings.
On the inside, the Nissan Sunny special edition gets new leather upholstery and a touchscreen Kenwood infotainment system that can play DVDs and is also equipped with Bluetooth, USB and aux connectivity. The special edition car also comes with a rear-view camera hooked to the Kenwood display unit.
The Nissan Sunny special edition XV petrol has been priced at Rs 8.60 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and the diesel Sunny special edition has been priced at Rs 9.69 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The petrol special edition Sunny has been priced at Rs 71,000 over the standard Sunny XV petrol while the diesel special edition Sunny has been priced at Rs 74,000 over the standard Sunny XV diesel.
The move to introduce additional equipment such as infotainment systems and other technological features has become a market trend in the mid-size sedan segment as most car makers are either adding more equipment to top-end models or introducing limited/special edition vehicles.
The average Indian young car buying customer is in tune with the times and is fairly tech savvy, an opportunity which car makers are capitalising upon. In the process, giving us better equipped cars.
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