Regulars here would know that we were pretty impressed when we reviewed the Nissan Sunny S-Tronic automatic variant recently. Click here to read our review.
Nissan India has now silently launched the Sunny X-Tronic in Indian car market and the new variant of the popular C segment sedan has been put on sale with a sticker price of INR 8.49 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi).
Nissan India claims that the new Sunny X-tronic variant is more fuel efficient than the manual transmission variant. The X-Tronic is available only with the mid-level XL trim level and is powered by the same 1.5 litre petrol engine that powers the manual variants. The X-Tronic variant also gets 2 bhp of additional power over manual variants and has a max power figure of 101 bhp.
The Nissan Sunny X-Tronic comes equipped with power windows, double DIN music system with Aux-in and steering mounted controls and keyless entry and go among other features that one would expect in a C segment sedan. The CVT equipped variant has a claimed fuel economy of 17.97 kmpl, which is 1 kmpl more than manual variant’s fuel economy figure (the manual variant has a claimed fuel economy of 16.95 kmpl). The Nissan Sunny X-Tronic CVT variant weighs full 18 kgs more than the manual variant.
The bookings for the Nissan Sunny X-Tronic are open and it is being said that the dealerships have started receiving stocks of the new car. As we found when reviewing the car, the new variant of the Sunny offers a pleasant driving experience in congested traffic conditions in the city.