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Nissan India will launch the Sunny facelift at the Auto Expo in Noida next month, reliable sources confirm to IndianAutosBlog.com. The model visiting the Auto Expo could reveal the first global cosmetic update to this Nissan vehicle that made its first public appearance at the Guangzhou Auto Show in December 2010.

Nissan Sunny facelift front

The Sunny facelift features mirror-embedded indicators, sunroof, chrome package, new body color, new alloy wheels and new headlamps.

Nissan Sunny Automatic front

Front of the current Nissan Sunny included for comparison.

Last year, images of a visually different Sunny were hosted on some Chinese auto websites. These pictures which are believed to be the real deal, show the Sunny sporting new headlamps, a curvier grille, and chrome borders on the foglamp enclosures, airdam and window lines. The car carried new parts like a sunroof and mirror-embedded indicator lights also.

Nissan Sunny rear facelift

Don’t miss the diffuser effect on the bumper, rear antenna and the chrome applique on the boot.

Nissan Sunny Automatic rear profile

Photo of the current Sunny’s rear for reference.

A new muscular bumper with a diffuser effect and a chrome applique above the registration plate holder summed up changes at the rear. These alterations matched the descriptions a senior Nissan executive provided us when we asked him about the Sunny facelift last year.

Etienne Henry, former Nissan product planner for India, told us in Geneva last year that the Sunny facelift would have “more character and personality” and the would have “new technology” to support it. He told us to expect changes to the interior as well.

Images from Auto Sohu.

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