The variant comes with more than 50 features including NissanConnect, an integrated connected car technology.
"As a company that is always on the lookout for customer feedback, we are proud to present the Sunny special edition, an embodiment of this customer-centric product philosophy, smart technological upgrades and best-in-class spacious interiors," Nissan Motor India Director Sales and Commercial Hardeep Singh Brar said.
The model comes with both petrol and diesel power trains.
The petrol variants comes with X-Tronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), while the 1.5-litre diesel is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.
Dual airbags, speed-sensing door lock and driver seat belt reminder come as standard across all the variants.
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