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A facelifted Nissan Grand Livina was launched in Malaysia yesterday. This is the second facelift Nissan has introduced for its three-row 7-seat people mover since its launch in 2007.

According to Nissan, the new Grand Livina has more than 50 new enhancements and is a more comprehensive makeover. A new set of headlights accompany the newly designed grille, which like current Nissans, has a prominent ‘V-shape’ to it. At the rear, the taillights are now profiled horizontally deviating from the pre-facelift models’s vertical layout, while the bootlid gets a redesign.

Nissan Grand Livina facelift

Newly designed headlights along with a V-Shaped grille identify the facelifted Grand Livina.

Apart from newly designed alloy wheels, Nissan has also made some changes to the wheel arches of the MPV to make it look less bulbous. A set of new bumpers complete the exterior changes.

Inside, Nissan has chosen a new color scheme for the Grand Livina combining a black color for the upper half of the dashboard while the lower half is done in a beige color. An all-new steering wheel with audio controls has also made its way from the Nissan Sylphy.

Nissan Grand Livina facelift rear

Taillights are now horizontally proportioned deviating from the earlier vertically stacked layout.

Other feature additions come in the form of Nissan’s i-Key, revised seat fabrics with optional leather upholstery, upgraded seat belt pre-tensioners, dual front airbags, ABS, EBD and brake assist.

The Grand Livina is being offered in three variants. A 1.6-liter 105PS with a 5-speed manual transmission, the same engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission and a 1.8-liter 126PS engine with a 4-speed automatic unit.

Prices start from 86,880RM (INR 16.83 lakhs) and extend up to 99,880RM (19.34 lakhs) for the top-end model.

Nissan Grand Livina Image Gallery

[Source - Paultan.org]

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  • ar nikhil aware

    yes ,i agree with hitin..if nissan try this instead of evalia with competative price than innova definately was real big start for nissan in india as duster made it for renault .it looks very good , compact, luxurious and proportionate than innova….actualy there is no other any serious compitator for innova till today from its launch… nissan should think serious for india as early as possible….

  • Hitin suri

    This can compete with innova if been brought in India !