Nissan Evalia MPV Price, Review, Release date, First Look, Specifications, Features and Images

Nissan India PLTD. beautifully crafted  the best friend of your family take on Mahindra’s Xylo and Toyota’s Innova. I am talking about, new Nissan Evalia MPV which originally known as the NV 200 and unveiled at 2012 Auto Expo in New Delhi, is slated for a launch in August 2012 in an expected price of Rs 7lakh.

Like NV200, Evalia has a choice of three engines: two diesels and one petrol. All are fully Euro 5 compliant and offer an ideal combination of performance and frugality. It offers you seven person seating space including your luggage.

Petrol versions are powered by Nissan’s familiar light-weight, low friction HR 1.6-litre twin cam. Developing 81kW (110HP) and 153 Nm of torque, the all-aluminium design has four valves per cylinder, continuously variable valve timing, multi-point port injection and vane-type continuous intake cam phasing.

Both diesels are powered by versions of the Renault-Nissan Alliance K9K 1.5-litre dCi unit. Developed by Renault, the 1,461cc eight-valve common rail unit has been acclaimed for its economy, low emission and exceptional drivability. The entry level 1.5 dCi turbodiesel develops 66kW (90HP) and 200 Nm of torque and is mated to a five-speed gearbox driving the front wheels.

It also combines the innovative features is a rear parking camera. The camera, mounted in the rear number plate surround, sends back images to a small display mounted in the main instrument panel. The display includes parking guide lines. In models fitted with Nissan Connect, the class-leading satellite navigation and communication system, parking images are displays on the centre screen.

Other options include heated front seats, cruise control and speed limiter, side privacy glass, intelligent key, and full automatic air conditioning.

Safety features include a high intensity cabin structure and extensive door impact absorption material to help protect the occupants in a crash. Driver and front passenger airbags are standard. To help improve pedestrian safety, energy absorbing materials are used in the bumper, bonnet and cowl.

Standard features include electric power steering with variable assistance, anti-lock brakes (ABS) with Electronic Brake Assist (EBA) and Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD). For added security, the Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) is standard or optionally available depending on the model.

At last I would like to say that new Nissan Evalia MPV is the best frind your family coming to give you luxury, safety and style with unbeatable performance. What you think? Please be open to give your view.

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