Nissan Sylphy (Sunny) Captured Testing In Thailand

The reporters have managed to catch pictures of two Nissan Sylphys with trade plates being tried out in the country of southeastern Asia, Thailand.

The Sylphy is famous in the Indian market as the renowned Nissan Sunny. Now whilst the vehicle is already obtainable in franchises in Thailand market there is cause to think that these 2 could be trial subjects. There seem to be no cosmetic alterations in the said two vehicles, but there may be a prospect of automatic as well as internal modifications.

At present, the Sylphy (Sunny) is available in two engine choices in Thailand that comprise the 1.8-litre petrol in addition to the 1.6-litre petrol, both of which are paired to an Xtronic-CVT transmittance. The 1.6-litre petrol Sylphy also features manual transmission. Captivatingly enough Nissan India has pointed out the likelihood of the Sylphy hitting the Indian market during the Nissan Evalia instigation.

Nissan Sylphy Sunny Captured Testing In Thailand
Nissan India continued to say that in order for the Sylphy to exist in the Indian market, it would necessitate a diesel engine along with other alterations.

Moreover, Nissan Motor Co also said that it will set up a new 11-billion-baht plant in Thailand with the objective to continue its growth crosswise Southeast Asia.

The Japanese car manufacturer is flourishing its fabrication footprint across the globe and sees Thailand a significant strategic fabrication base for Nissan internationally.

Nissan Sylphy Sunny Captured Testing In Thailand
Executive vice-president Hiroto Saikawa stated that the novel facility will create around 2,000 jobs and be a platform for the development of the company’s processes in both Thailand as well as the ASEAN region.

This is also the company’s sturdy industrial approach and a major constituent in attaining a goal of 15% market share in Thailand by the next four years (2016) as delineated in Nissan Power Up 88, its medium term biz proposal.

By the next four years (2016), the twelve-monthly ASEAN sales as well as production will augment to 500,000 and 700,000 units, respectively.

Nissan’s subsisting facility on Bang Na-Trat Road in Samut Prakan region makes and exports pickup trucks as well as passenger vehicles to approximately 97 nations.

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