The rear end of the Nissan Sunny looks massive. It has the design flair of the Nissan Teana and the ‘Bangle-butt’ does give the boot an executive look. The swept back headlights look classy and make the similar taillights on the Swift DZire look so 20th century. Nissan, however, has made minimal use of chrome on the tailgate, even on the top end variant. The only chrome you’ll see is on the Nissan emblem and the ‘Sunny’ and variant monograms.
Overall, the Nissan Sunny’s curvaceous design gives a fresh choice amongst sharper-designed cars like the Vento, City, Fiesta and Etios, without being generous with the too many organic lines like the ones seen on the new Fluidic Verna.