Nissan Tiida facelift at 2016 Beijing Auto Show

Nissan Tiida facelift at 2016 Beijing Auto Show


A facelift of the Nissan Tiida hatchback was revealed by Nissan at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show. The new Tiida sports a face different to that of the model currently on sale on our shores, looking like the European-market Pulsar instead.  The front fascia resembles the one on the Maxima sedan. Nissan’s signature V-Motion grill is detailed by the swept back headlamps which houses the LED daytime running lights. The black inserts on the redesigned bumper freshens the look of the Tiida.

The interior receives less changes but the range-topping model is now packed with amenities like heated leather seats, dual zone automatic climate control, an infotainment system with a 7-inch screen and a multi-function steering wheel.

The Tiida revealed at the show flaunts the familiar 1.6-litre engine which Nissan confirmed to be the only option available in China. With a Start-Stop system along with an updated CVT gearbox, the model is expected to return 5.3 litres/100 km. If it makes to the GCC, expect the 1.8-litre petrol engine to join the party.

Nissan has equipped the Tiida with safety systems like  Forward Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning.

No confirmation for the new Tiida’s arrival to the GCC market has been given, or if this design is even destined for other markets.

What do you think?



  1. Now this is a DREAM CAR!!!!!!!!!

  2. always boring car ever

  3. Looks good. But why Nissan is keep on changing there models frequently and upsetting the existing owners of there brand…

  4. Looks identical to subaru impreza….Japanese get a life… Atleast try to learn from korean. Looks like old 2009 design……

  5. CVT?? Oh no…

  6. moaz people here cant either afford to buy a real car or bitch about what they don’t know, CVT is what u will get in this segment and likely to cars costing 100-110k aed! its about making them little affordable for your pocket its economics, cvt last a along time and help take out performance from even the smallest of engines and at same time return excellent fuel econ!

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