2016 Nissan Dayz, Nissan Dayz Highway Star (facelift) brochure leaked – Report

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To debut this month in Japan.

Nissan is prepping a facelift for the Japan-exclusive Nissan Dayz and Nissan Dayz Highway Star kei cars, that will go on sale this month.

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Brochure images of the two models have leaked online, revealing the changes in tow. The regular Nissan Dayz will have a re-styled front end, featuring a dual-slat chrome grille, re-profiled radiator intake, and small faux intakes on either side.

2016 Nissan Dayz front end leaked in brochure
The regular Nissan Dayz will have a re-styled front end, featuring a dual-slat chrome grille and re-profiled radiator intake.
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Front of the current Nissan Dayz.

As for the Nissan Dayz Highway Star, it gets LED lighting underneath the headlamps and new LED clusters for the taillamps. It also comes with new 15- and 14-inch alloy wheel options. Inside, the original design remains intact and the changes seen are updated upholstery, and new leather options for the Dayz Highway Star.

2016 Nissan Dayz Highway Star headlamp leaked in brochure
As for the Nissan Dayz Highway Star, it gets LED lighting underneath the headlamps and new LED clusters for the taillamps.

The cars are powered by a 660 cc petrol engine, which is mated to a CVT gearbox and is available in both 2WD and 4WD configurations.

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