2007 Nissan Sunny | new car review

Posted on Jun 19, 2009 by

sees the evergreen Sunny model get a fresh outlook. One of the most successful compact sedans in automotive history and already renowned for its fuel economy durability, affordability and low maintenance costs, the Sunny still carries on unabatedly, quietly notching up increasing sales.

This year, setting its sight on a more youthful and active generation, the all-new Sunny adds a completely unexpected level of style, roominess, responsiveness and versatility that resonate strongly with its target audience.

This multifaceted sedan sports a refreshing and attractive new design, with sharp yet elegant front styling slicing through the wind with aerodynamic efficiency. Whereas the earlier version looked definitely middle-aged, the 2007 model has gone under the surgeon’s knife for a nip and tuck job and has emerged having shed much of its crease lines. It now looks much youthful, thanks to the redesigned grille and headlights. Indeed much of the front fascia has been redesigned and so much for the better.

The Sunny comes with an CVTC equipped 1.6-litre engine delivering 116 bhp from its 16-valve, 4-cylinders, to provide drivers with just the right amount of power for smooth acceleration and response, without compromising fuel efficiency – one of the hallmarks of this model.

With extra power comes the responsibility for safety and, using detailed analyses of actual accidents, ’s engineers have focused on enhancing the “real world safety” of cars. The new Sunny comes complete with dual front airbags, three point emergency locking retractor seatbelts with pre-tensioners as well as anti-glare rear view mirror and blue tinted wing mirrors.

Body TypeSedan
Price (in AED)42,000-47,000
Engine (litre)1.6
Power (bhp)116
Torque (Nm)161

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