Nissan Sunny 2014 Diesel Review - Motor Trend India
Our man, Somnath, drives the 2014 Nissan Sunny and tells you what has
changed and whether you should buy one. The 2014 Nissan Sunny features a
new exterior and a new interior plus is now more efficient. In other words
its a big rival to the other cars in its class. See our detailed video to
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2014 Nissan GT-R Track Pack vs 2014 Audi R8 V-10 Plus! - Head 2 Head Episode 33
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Carlos Lago pits the 2014
Nissan GT-R Track Pack against the 2014 Audi R8 V-10 Plus. Performance
wise, both these all-wheel drive monsters represent the cream of the crop
from their respective manufacturers. Nissan's GT-R comes out of the gate
swinging with it's track pack, but the R8 packs a twin-clutch transmission
as well as more power than previous R8's. In between some dynamic testing &
canyon carving, Randy Pobst weighs in with his two cents as he joins Carlos
at the Streets of Willow racetrack. Does Audi's V-10 goliath have what it
takes to topple the legendary "Godzilla"?
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Nissan Sunny Facelift Test Drive and Review
With the rains pouring in heavily, Nissan still had its Sunny side up!
About to bring Sunny facelift soon to India, Nissan invited us to get our
hands onto its new sedan and reveal the moment of truth before it reaches
Cosmetically, the Sunny facelift is adorned with numbers of changes on
outer, where the first one to grab attention is 'Teana-based headlamps'.
Headlamps are drawn deep into the bumpers, and the more radical front
grille compliments it. Turning the car around to its rear, the black
splitter cuts off the bulky 490-liter boot into a 'finely positioned
element'. The new tail lamps, chrome encircling around fog lamps, and new
set of alloys on higher trims are some of the other changes. "The chromed
window framing on XV variant is eye-catcher of the lot".
Inside the cabin, the first thing to get noticed is the Teana-inspired new
steering wheel with mounted controls. In fact, the 2-DIN music system with
Bluetooth is drawn from Micra, which is not bad at all with its black Piano
finish. The rear parking camera screen, chrome-lined dials and
leather-wrapped steering also deserve a tint of attention. Higher variants
gets leather seats and leather covered gear knob, so, the overall package
at the driver's seat is not bad for the new Sunny.
Whereas, the rear passenger seats has acres of legroom and shoulder room
pronouncing the roomier and airy feel to the car. The beige interiors act
as an icing on the cake to them.
Engine specifications are the same as it was on the outgoing model. The
1.5-liter petrol and 1.5-liter diesel, with CVT transmission given only on
the petrol variant can be found going their duty dauntingly. Hence, the
drive and handling experience is also the same as of the existing model.
Nissan Sunny facelift looks to be a good competitor in the market against
the new Honda City and its likes. Prices of the Sunny facelift are said to
be Rs 30-40 thousand costlier than the previous version at the time of
launch. And also, Sunny is most preferred to be driven by the chauffeurs;
so while making choice at the showrooms, do remember, Nissan Sunny isn't a
Car, it's a Caaaaaarrrrr!!!.
Nissan Sunny Xtronic CVT First Drive Review
Nissan Sunny promises to be more convenient with its automatic variant. We
drive the car on the congested streets of Mumbai to find out more about the
Xtronic hoopla. Read more about the Nissan Sunny Xtronic CVT at
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