Used Nissan Sunny cars for sale


Nissan Sunny

1988 (F) 1.6 GSX 5dr Auto 

1988 (F)
  • 1.6L
  • 38kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Auto
  • Hatchback
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Nissan Sunny

1990 (H) LS 5-Door 

1990 (H)
  • 1.4L
  • 29kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Nissan Sunny

(G) 2.0 e GTI 3dr 

Finance Available £61 pm
  • 86kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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About Nissan Sunny cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Red
Most popular fuel type Petrol
Average price £2,528
Average mileage 51,000

Nissan Sunny

Japanese car makers Nissan produced the Sunny range of cars for a number of decades, going back to when the company was known as Datsun. When production finally ended in 1995, every conceivable body type and style had been made at some time or another - including a saloon, estate, hatchback and coupe.

Petrol engines range from a little 1.3L to the more mid-range 1.5L and 1.6L, up to a surprisingly powerful 2L GTi twin cam version which could produce surprisingly zippy performance. Generally though, the Sunny was intended to provide a mid-sized car that offered low-cost motoring to a wide range of drivers.

Equipment across the range is generally very good and, in some cases, it was genuinely innovative considering the time. For example, many models feature central locking, power steering and electric windows and, although these are virtually essential in any car today, they helped the car stand out from its rivals.

Ride quality is generally very comfortable with forgiving suspension and accurate steering and the interiors are generally roomy particularly in the saloons and estates. Perhaps the best recommendation that can be given is the fact that many Sunnys are still on the road today.

If you are interested in buying a Nissan Sunny, then Motors.co.uk's network of dealers will help you find the vehicle you're looking for.