Luxury sedan Nissan Sunny
Pros : Exciting features, good fuel economy, long wheel base and nominal price
Cons : Brand value and service centers
On 22 November last year, I became the proud owner of Nissan Sunny XV and I accept the fact that it has been the best decisions of my life. I saw this car at the auto expo in my city- Delhi- and its great comforts, fabulous features and luxurious interiors made me eager to buy it. I checked its drivability with a test drive and I found it incredible in terms of driving too. At the driver’s seat you get maximum comforts with adjustable headrests and adjustable driver’s seat. In addition, the steering wheel has the controls for audio system that allows you to change the audio tracks without stretching you hands towards the music system.
I have driven my Sunny XL both in city and on highways; honestly it has got the best in class fuel economy. Its powerful 1.5 liter petrol engine gives mileage of around 13-14 kmpl in city and 16 -17 kmpl on highways. I think that Nissan sunny has got the longest wheel base in the mid-size sedan class that gives the passengers with increased leg-room space. Moreover, the AC of the car is really superb; it chills the interiors in no time. I appreciate Nissan for boosting this car with great pick up and performance. I bought this car at the price of Rs. 7, 78,000 which is quite nominal compared to other costly sedans like Honda City and Vento.
Nissan has evolved as a determined car maker with exciting range of products, but I think that the company should also increase its service and dealership network in other cities as there are still many major cities where Nissan does not have its presence.