2021 Nissan Sunny Review | The ‘Budget Car’ Just Got More Appealing

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Nissan Sunny is one of the essential cars for everyday use. It is budget-friendly and does not cut down on essential features. With the new version, the new Sunny has jumped to the top of the list of compact sedans with a stylish new design. It no longer is an eye-sore to look at. It is one of those budget cars that got more appealing now than ever. With Nissan introducing the facelift Sunny at the end of the year 2019 at the Dubai Motor Show.

The 2021 Nissan Sunny design is inspired by the new V-motion design language that Nissan has adopted on its other models like the Nissan Altima, Nissan Patrol and Nissan Maxima. While the newer generation of the Nissan Sunny is powered by a slightly bigger engine which is a 1.6-Litre, 4-cylinder, DOHC that produces 118 bhp and 149 Nm of torque. In spite of having a bigger engine, it still is more fuel-efficient than the older generation of Sunny delivering a fuel economy of anywhere between 14 to 15 kmpl. All thanks to its Xtronic CVT transmission.

The interior has quite some upgrades too. The Nissan Sunny 2021 now offers a 7-inch infotainment display that can be connected using the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It comes with premium fabric seats.

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