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11 February 2013

Nissan introduces limited-edition Sunny

Gets leather seats, a new audio system and a reversing camera
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If you've always wanted a Nissan Sunny, but never bought one, this is how Nissan will make you buy it: by offering a limited-run version.

Called the Sunny "Special Edition", this version gets special body side mouldings, chrome garnishing, full leather seats, a new 2 DIN touchscreen DVD player with USB and Bluetooth connectivity. You also get a reversing camera as part of the package. This special-edition version is only available as the XV variant with both petrol and diesel engine options.

Mr. Nitish Tipnis, Director – sales & marketing of Nissan’s national sales company in India - Hover Automotive India – said, "Sunny has been a success in India right from the time of its launch in September 2011 and the car has continued to be a popular choice amongst customers in the mid-sized sedan segment. The launch of this special edition is a ’thank you’ to our customers for making Sunny such a success. We hope to further delight them with the generous range of enhancements on offer and, as you would expect from Nissan, the addition of even more advanced technology."

The special-ed XV Petrol costs Rs 8.60 lakh, while the XV Diesel has been priced at Rs 9.68 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).

Tags: nissan, sunny, renault, scala, special edition, sunny special edition



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