What our customers are saying about the Nissan Sunny in Dubai
Lewis - Good car to own for long distances in Dubai and work as fuel economy is very good. It’s surprising spacious as well when it comes to the boot area. Pros: Excellent fuel efficiency, lots of legroom and decent options for an entry level sedan. Cons: Plastic inside is a bit tacky.
Kashif - I buy my 2012 Nissan Sunny pre owned last year, very nice car, good speed and fuel consumption. Inside can be a little uncomfortable after a long drive. Pros: Easy car to drive in UAE, cheap on fuel and cheap to buy. Cons: Small squeaks and noises inside, nothing too serious.
Ibrahim - I’ve had my 2001 Nissan Sunny for over ten years now and have tiny problems with it. Some interior pieces have come off over time and discoloured. Not many trips to the mechanic either. Pros: Affordable price and manual transmission. Cons: Nothing.
Five reasons to buy a used Nissan Sunny for sale in Dubai, UAE
It may seem small compared to rivals, but it’s got a lot of luggage space for those long trips.
With a small engine, popping into the petrol station isn’t too much of a worry as a second hand Nissan Sunny is very fuel efficient.
The price is always right not to mention affordable and there it’s very easy to buy used Nissan Sunny in Dubai, UAE. It’s even popular in the export market.
Hearing let alone seeing a broken down Sunny is a rare sight. Doesn’t matter how old they are, they seem to live on forever.
Over the years, Nissan has significantly improved the ride quality and 2016 models are praised amongst the entry-level community.
About the Nissan Sunny
Since 1966 the Nissan Sunny has been shining as a sedan ever since. It’s had a few names over the years depending on what country you're in; Pulsar, Tsuru, Neo, Latio and even Sentra at one point, in import markets such as South Korea it’s known as the Renault Samsung SM3. Over the years it’s come in many different guises including the sedan you all know, coupe and even a pick up, yes a pick up. Over its 50 year tenure, many have rivaled the reliable sedan, cars such as the Toyota Corolla, Mitsubishi Lancer, Honda Civic and a few others try to take the Sunny on year after year.
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 pre owned Nissan Sunny for sale in Dubai, UAE
Basic models badged as FE came with manual windows, fabric seats and air conditioning. EX and SG models would come with some additional features such as radio/tuner, and top of the range Super Saloon models had optional extras such as rear spoiler, sunroof, automatic air con, CD player, and keyless entry.
During this time, three four-cylinder petrol engines were available all paired to either a 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic powering the front wheels. A 1.3-litre, 1.6-litre and 1.8-litre displacements were the three available and produced between 92 to 126 horsepower and could reach a reasonable top speed of 185 km/h.
Towards the end of this generation, two of the three engine options were dropped with the 1.6-litre engine remaining the sole power provider.
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 used Nissan Sunny for sale in Dubai, UAE
Minor adjustments were made for the 2007 Nissan Sunny which included a facelift, in an effort to keep the Sunny still relevant rumour has it that the Nissan Tiida was destined to take over from the iconic sedan. The idea was scrapped at the last minute and the Tiida was sold as its old model.
Available in a multitude of trim levels, base models came with fabric seats, air conditioning and electric power steering. Higher trims came with CD player, powered features, dual front airbags and ABS airbags.
The 1.6-litre petrol engine returns with the same drivetrain and transmissions. In 2010, the 4-speed manual gearbox was dropped from the line-up. 2011 also marked the introduction of Pure Drive, an efficient system to to reduce harmful toxins from polluting the environment.
2012, 2013 and 2014 second hand Nissan Sunny for sale in Dubai, UAE
With more and more competitors joining the fray, Nissan updated the Sunny from head to toe to fight off the new cars such as the Kia Rio and Mazda 3. Three trim levels are available, starting with S, standard features including 14-inch rims, CD player with AUX input, fabric seats and a trip computer. SV models upgraded the seats, and came with keyless entry, power windows, chrome grill with matching door handles and front power windows. Additionally, optional extras included parking sensors, more speakers and rear power windows. Top of the range models known as SL came with 15-inch alloy rims, Bluetooth, rear spoiler and mud guards. All trims come with ABS, brake assist and safety belts.
The 1.6-litre petrol engine was removed from the lineup and replaced by a 1.5-litre petrol engine. 99 horsepower is sent to the front wheels via a 4-speed automatic or the returning 5-speed manual gearbox.
2015 and 2016 Nissan Sunny for sale in Dubai, UAE
Everything is identical to the previous few years with the exception of the front end, which went under the knife to look younger, which is completely necessary in this day and age. Engine options remain the same, it’s just the 1.5-litre petrol motor this time only paired to a 4-speed automatic gearbox.
The price for a used Nissan Sunny starts at AED 14,500