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2014 Nissan Sunny Diesel: Review

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More glam, more features and more bling. Nissan adds the missing ingredients to the 2014 Nissan Sunny, hoping to tingle the Indian taste buds

 

2014 Nissan Sunny action shot

 

 

Automobile manufacturers have been organising new car launches and media drives in the most exotic of places, across the globe. From the Swiss Alps to the Moroccan desert or the streets of Miami --- pretty much every nation has been part of some new car drive itinerary or the other. Trying to outdo competition, most companies hunt for virgin locations, ignoring the breathtaking landscape lying unexplored closer home. Like the golden beaches of the Andamans, where we drove the 2014 Nissan Sunny.

 

Nissan Sunny is an accomplished sedan, but is one of the more under-rated cars in India. It is well engineered, has plenty of cabin space and comes with a couple of frugal engines. Perhaps, the only thing the current generation Nissan Sunny lacks is that, it doesn’t offer anything extraordinary in terms of design or features. It misses that flair that would make the sedan standout among its towering competition, which include stalwarts like the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna. And this is exactly what the company intends to fix with the upgraded 2014 Nissan Sunny.

 

 

2014 Nissan Sunny front static shot

 

 

When we landed at the Port Blair airport, the cool breeze came as a respite for the otherwise muggy weather. We headed straight to the 2014 Nissan Sunny which was waiting at the airport to be test driven by us. Just the way I like it, there’s no time wasted in exchanging pleasantries, as the product is expected to do the talking for itself.

 

The first impression that I got looking at the 2014 Nissan Sunny was that it had got a completely new face. More eye-catchy than before. It follows the company’s new design language, which is seen on the new Nissan Micra and a host of Nissan’s other international models. The tear drop headlights make way for new signature boomerang shaped ones, and a more prominent chrome front grille. The larger grille and wide air damps create a visual 'X' on the front design, giving the car more character than before. The new front bumper has new fog lamp which come with chrome highlights, adding to the bold styling of the sedan.

 

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More glam, more features and more bling. Nissan adds the missing ingredients to the 2014 Nissan Sunny, hoping to tingle the Indian taste buds

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