One of the longest-running nameplates in the region, the Sunny has become popular for its reasonable price and traditional reliability, all while competitors drove their own prices up. However, the Sunny soon fell behind in terms of equipment, and the all-new Tiida arrived as an unofficial replacement to the Sunny in Nissan's lineup. Nissan Middle East is openly pushing the Sunny as a fleet car now, leaving the Tiida for individual sales. For 2010, and the engine lineup is limited to just one. There are now two versions, one a basic rebadged Samsung SM3 built in Korea and another a "Classic" model with a different front-end built in Japan. There is good head room, but other interior dimensions fall behind its competitors. Available as a four-door sedan, the Sunny is now available only with a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Standard features include electric power steering, air conditioning and a cloth interior. Options include a CD stereo system and power accessories. Optional safety features include dual front airbags and ABS brakes.