After the price slash, the Nissan Sunny is priced almost similar to some of the compact sedans in the market
In a recent statement, Nissan announced a massive price cut of the Sunny. The C-segment offering is now priced at a starting price of Rs 6.99 lakhs for the base petrol variant. The top-end XV petrol trim with the CVT transmission will cost you Rs 8.99 lakhs, same as the top-of-the-line XV diesel manual. The base spec diesel is priced at Rs 7.49 lakh. All prices ex-showroom Delhi. As per the official statement from Nissan, the reduction in cost is them transferring the benefits of local production directly to the customers.
Arun Malhotra, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. (NMIPL) said, “Nissan always strives to offer innovative products to our customers with a compelling and competitive value proposition. The Nissan Sunny is our flagship sedan which we proudly “Make in India” at our Oragadam Plant in Chennai. Local production of this car enables significantly lower costs and this helps serve our customers faster with global levels of quality products. We pass on these benefits to our customers with very competitive prices for the Nissan Sunny, our popular premium sedan.”
After revisions, the Nissan Sunny is priced closer to some of the compact sedans or compact crossovers in the business. The Japanese car maker had only just updated its flagship sedan earlier this year with new black interior and new exterior colour options. Underneath the hood, the Nissan Sunny remains unchanged though as it continues to have the 1.5-litre petrol and the 1.5-litre diesel engine options.
|Nissan Sunny||Honda City||Hyundai Xcent||Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza|
|Base Petrol||Rs 6.99 lakh||Rs 8.49 lakh||Rs 5.58 lakh||-|
|Top-end Petrol (AT)||Rs 8.99 lakh||Rs 13.52 lakh||Rs 7.09 lakh||-|
|Base Diesel||Rs 7.49 lakh||Rs 10.75 lakh||Rs 6.28 lakh||Rs 7.26 lakh|
|Top-end Diesel||Rs 8.99 lakh||Rs 13.56 lakh||Rs 8.41 lakh||Rs 9.70 lakh|
|All Prices ex-showroom Delhi.|