The Nissan Sunny 2010 GCC fails to quicken pulses but delivers an immense amount of value including durability, ample space and features for a reasonable AED 7,500 now. Bringing handsome looks, everyday livability and Nissan’s reputation for reliability within budget, this dark horse compact sedan merits a look.
Handsome Exterior Styling
While conservatively styled, the 2010 Sunny’s rounded front fascia, color keyed bumpers and chrome accented grille give it an upbeat, friendly curb appeal. Add in 15-inch alloy wheels, color-keyed mirrors and intermittent wipers and the Sunny looks a step above other affordable beaters plying Qatar highways.
Surprisingly Roomy & Practical
Belieing its compact dimensions, the Sunny impresses with its airy, comfortable cabin boasting generous front seat adjustments and legroom allowing rear passengers to stretch out. Split folding rear seats expand carrying capacity while numerous compartments and cupholders keep essentials close at hand.
Packed with Convenient Features
Outfitted like more expensive models, the Sunny simplifies life behind the wheel with unexpected goodies like keyless entry, auxiliary audio input, USB charging port, steering wheel audio controls, trip computer and available Bluetooth connectivity – just what tech focused buyers crave without breaking budgets.
Comprehensive Safety Technology
While performance stands out in this segment, Nissan equipped the 2010 Sunny with equal attention to safety like anti-lock braking, electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist for confident stopping power while crumple zones, side impact beams and dual front airbags provide backup protection.
Low Cost of Ownership
Thanks to robust construction, economical power trains warrantied for 100,000 miles and immense sales success, Sunny parts remain inexpensive and readily available for easy repairs. From brake pads to body panels, components are abundantly stocked close by – keeping maintenance costs low for years.
An Ideal Mix of Strengths
In summary, the 2010 Nissan Sunny GCC brings handsome design, ample room, unexpected features and renowned reliability together in one package punching above its weight class – and priced at a reasonable AED 7,500 in Qatar’s used car market.
Nissan Sunny Classic 2010 GCC
Car without accidents
Mileage: 205,000 km
Price: 7,500 dirhams