Nissan Tiida 2011 model offers bigger engine
Dubai, June 21, 2010
The popular Nissan Tiida, now in its fourth year of production, will offer a host of enhancements and an attractive new pricing structure in its 2011 model.
The 2011 Tiida will go on sale with a bigger 1.8-litre engine but at the price of the previous 1.6-litre models, said a statement.
With over one million global sales to date in 165 countries, Tiida is Nissan’s best selling model and also one of its most awarded, too, it said.
The 2011 Nissan Tiida is available in 5-door Hatchback and 4-door Sedan body configurations.
The exterior of the Tiida Hatchback and Sedan, with their long 102.4-inch wheelbases and short front and rear overhangs, feature a dynamic look and attention to detail, as seen in the large halogen headlights, revised signature Nissan front grille and large taillights.
The Tiida exteriors also feature body-color front and rear bumpers and body-color dual remote-controlled outside mirrors, the statement said.
For 2011, Nissan is equipping all Tiida models as standard with the 127hp 1.8-liter DOHC 16v 4-cylinder engine which delivers responsive power with excellent fuel economy. Two transmissions are offered – a 6-speed manual or an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic with overdrive.
However, Tiida retains its economical nature with fuel economy of approximately 13.5km/L for the automatic transmission models, it said.
All 2011 Tiidas are equipped with an independent MacPherson strut front suspension and torsion beam rear suspension, with front and rear stabilizer bars. Other standard equipment includes electric power steering and power-assist front disc/rear drum brakes. -TradeArabia News Service