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Nissan Sunny Automatic review, test drive

The Nissan Sunny has gone on to become quite familiar on Indian roads and it’s not hard to see why. It comes with a very fuel efficient diesel engine while its exceptional rear seat space has made it a hit with the chauffeur-driven.

The Nissan Sunny has gone on to become quite familiar on Indian roads and it's not hard to see why. It comes with a very fuel efficient diesel engine while its exceptional rear seat space has made it a hit with the chauffeur-driven. In a move that is sure to draw more self-drive buyers to the Sunny, Nissan has just launched a CVT or continuously variable transmission-equipped automatic version of the petrol car.

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On all other counts, the Sunny automatic is the same as the petrol manual car. Driving dynamics aren't engaging but the average city driver will have little reason to complain. Grip levels are good and the light steering is a plus when making your way through tight traffic.

  • First Published Date : 15 Mar 2013, 05:25 PM IST