2020 Nissan Sunny Stands Firmly Against Competition With Its New Look

Today we will introduce the all-new Japanese small sedan, the 2020 Nissan Sunny, which made its world debut at the 2019 Dubai International Motor Show last November.

In the beginning of today’s episode, Karim saluted both Nissan and Toyota which manufactures the 2020 Corolla, the car that competes with Sunny in the same category! Find out why he did so in the episode.

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The new Sunny got a beautiful and elegant design drawn from its bigger sisters; Nissan Altima, and Nissan Maxima, with a V-shaped front fascia, a design that has become characteristic of all-new Nissan cars.

The car also came with 15-inch wheels for the standard version and 16-inch wheels for higher trim-levels, surrounded by Continental tires. The length of the car increased slightly, but it became clearly wider and lower compared to the previous model, which made it more stable on turns.

Trim-levels available of 2020 Nissan Sunny:

  • The Standard Sunny S.
  • Sunny SL.
  • The fully loaded trim; Sunny SV that Kareem test-drove in today’s episode.

Mechanical Specifications:

The all-new 2021 Nissan Sunny is powered by a 1.6-liter, 4-cylinder engine generating 118 hp and 149 Nm of torque, connected to a 5-speed manual transmission (available only on the standard, S trim level) or a CVT automatic transmission (available on the rest of the trim levels and can be ordered also on the standard category), and the car is equipped with a front-wheel drive system.

Nissan Sunny competes with Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra, and MG5, and the price of the new 2020 Nissan Sunny  in the UAE market starts from 15,800 USD, equivalent to 57,900 AED or 59,800 SAR.

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