Here are the first official visuals of the what will probably inspire the next Nissan Tiida. In other markets, the Tiida has a taller variant known as the Versa Note, and it just received a major overhaul.
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.
One of our readers caught this body-kitted 2014 Nissan Tiida at the Dubai showroom of Arabian Automobiles. The kit is now an optional extra, in case you are into that sort of thing.
Who would’ve thought that the all-new 2014 Nissan Tiida would be one of the most anticipated cars of this year. When we drove the new BMW 335i last year, not even one soul even bothered to give it a first look, let alone a second one. On the other hand, people kept staring at our Tiida, and a few even came up to us to ask about it.
The all-new 2014 Nissan Tiida was officially launched today in the GCC at an event in Dubai. We hear the car has already been on sale for at least the past week in the UAE.
Chinese joint-venture Dongfeng-Nissan has officially launched the Venucia R50 for the China-only market, which is based on the current Nissan Tiida sold in the UAE and GCC markets.
Nissan has revealed the Nissan Sylphy Concept, a compact sedan touted as a global car, which gives us every reason to think that we may quite possibly be looking at the future Nissan Tiida sedan. If we aren’t wrong with the thought, then the future looks exciting.
It was a double surprise as Nissan revealed two different versions of the next-generation Tiida at two different motor-shows in a span of 2 days. As we previously reported about the Chinese Sunny being the new Tiida sedan, the new Sunny debuted as the Versa, currently known as Tiida in the GCC, at the 2011 New York Auto Show, without a hatchback equivalent. Yet, at almost the same time, Nissan revealed a new Tiida hatchback at the 2011 Shanghai Motor Show that is a completely different car. Make sense?
This is the 2012 Nissan Tiida, as seen in Chinese-spec trim. It looks much better than the current model, and now has a longer wheelbase than the Honda Civic, putting it firmly in the compact category, larger than the current sub-compact.
Nissan has unveiled an all-new sedan at the Chinese Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition, and named it the Nissan Sunny. This sub-compact new model will go on sale in China by January 2011 and then across 170 countries eventually under different names.
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