Breaking – Nissan Sunny priced at 5.78 lakh rupees

Posted on: Sep 20, 2011 - 11:01am IST

Nissan Sunny Mumbai launchThe launch of the Nissan Sunny is rolling as we collate information for this blog post from our Mumbai representative. The prices have been announced. All prices are ex-showroom Delhi.

Nissan Sunny XE – 5.78 lakh rupees

Nissan Sunny XL – 6.88 lakh rupees

Nissan Sunny XV – 7.68 lakh rupees

  • Nissan has sold no less that 16 million units of all Sunny generations around the world
  • Nissan wants to garner 8 percent of the global auto market by 2016
  • It hope that 51 new models (from Nissan and luxury brand Infinity) launched by 2016 will help it get there
  • About 90 new technologies will be seen on its cars by 2016
  • Indian market size will be multiplied by 4, China by 2, but Nissan predicts US growth at 40 percent by 2016
  • Five new models will be built in Chennai in the next few years
  • By the end of 2012, there will be 100 dealers around India
  • Nissan announces 24×7 roadside assistance in 1,500 cities and towns for the Sunny
  • Sunny is 90% localized
  • Nissan has set a target of selling 40,000 units before the end of this financial year

You can read our exhaustive coverage of the Sunny by visiting the Nissan Sunny category page which has presentation slides revealing technical information from the press briefing, brochure, video review and the drive report.

Nissan Sunny Brochure

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12 thoughts on “Breaking – Nissan Sunny priced at 5.78 lakh rupees

  1. sarthak says:

    Are the prices for XE and XL going to reduce by the starting of the next year???

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    1. I don’t think so. If anything they will increase.

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      1. sarthak says:

        ya I also think so

  2. madhur says:

    Waiting for the diesel

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  3. C. Morr says:

    I didn’t mean to gripe. In fact, I may take this one if I have to replace my old car soon.

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  4. C. Morr says:

    Congratulations to Nissan. The pricing is almost perfect. “Almost” because of the difference of 1 lakh between XE and XL. Seems excessive to me.

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  5. Manish says:

    Killer pricing, provided all the models have ABS with EBD as standard.

    A diesel variant can shake many established players.

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  6. Rocky says:

    Sensible and VFM prices, Launch of nice perky diesel within a quarter will do wonders to this no nonsense car.

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  7. sandy says:

    Well well Rs. 1 lakh 10 thousand gap between XE and XL and another Rs. 80,000 more for top variant. Does Nissan have any justified points for this. Can’t see the brochure clearly for research.

    Reply

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