Dongfeng-Nissan recalls 24.146 passenger cars in China

November 12, 2012 by Joey Wang

Dongfeng-Nissan will recall its 2011 Nissan Sunny passenger vehicles due to defects in the sunroof design, China’s quality watchdog said Friday.

The recall will affect 24,146 vehicles produced from Feb 22 to June 4 last year, according to a statement issued by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine (GAQSIQ).

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Guangzhou Auto Show: Nissan Sunny Listed & Priced

December 20, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter

New Nissan Sunny from China

Dongfeng-Nissan laucnhed the new Sunny at the Guangzhou Auto Show. In time, it will replace the Tiida hatchback and sedan. Engine: 1.5 mated to a manual or a cvt. Price: from 82.800 to 112.800 yuan. On the market early next year.

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New Dongfeng-Nissan Sunny to Debut in Guangzhou

December 3, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter

New Nissan Sunny from China

The new Dongfeng-Nissan Sunny will debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show starting on December 21. The Sunny nameplate was dropped in 2007 but now it is back. Hurray. The Sunny will not replace the current Nissan Tiida, both cars will be sold alongside eachother until the Tiida reaches the end of its lifetime in 2012. Then there will be no ‘new’ Tiida anymore and good old Sunny will be alone again.

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