Safety and Comfort Upgrades in the Nissan Sunny for the Middle East

Nissan has introduced the 2024 Sunny sedan in the Middle East, following its facelift in other markets where it goes by different names like Versa and Almera. The refreshed model brings a range of aesthetic and technological improvements, making it more appealing to customers.

The exterior of the 2024 Sunny has received a makeover with a redesigned front fascia featuring the signature V-motion grille, updated Nissan logos, and new 17-inch alloy wheels. The rear end of the car remains mostly unchanged in terms of design.

Inside the cabin, the 2024 Sunny offers a more comfortable experience with the introduction of Zero-gravity front seats, a first in its segment. These seats come with leather upholstery, and the interior features high-quality textures, automatic climate control, and armrests for both front and rear passengers.

Nissan Sunny Sedan Refreshed front cabin interior view
Nissan Sunny Sedan Refreshed front cabin interior view

The Sunny is available in five different variants (S, SV, SV+, SL, and SL+), and it comes equipped with a range of Nissan Intelligent Mobility (NIM) features, providing comprehensive safety. Notable safety features include Intelligent Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Warning, Driver Alertness monitoring, Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Blind Spot Warning, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

In addition to these safety features, the 2024 Sunny offers Rear Parking Sensors and Rear Seat Alerts for added convenience. It also includes standard features like Cruise Control, a Wireless Charger, USB-C charging ports, Vehicle Dynamic Control, Hill Start Assist, Intelligent Key, and electronically adjustable side view mirrors with turn indicators.

Under the hood, the Middle Eastern version of the Sunny retains its 1.6L DOHC 4-cylinder engine, delivering 118 horsepower and 149 Nm of torque, mated to an Xtronic CVT gearbox. The car achieves an average fuel efficiency of 19.1 km per liter, combining city and highway driving.

Thierry Sabbagh, President of Nissan Saudi Arabia and Managing Director for Nissan Middle East, expressed, “The 2024 Nissan Sunny continues to surpass expectations for affordable compact sedans, setting new standards with the most comprehensive array of safety technologies in its class, while continuing to be fun to drive.” The 2024 Sunny is designed to meet the evolving needs of customers and provide unmatched value to individuals and small families.