Thursday, September 22, 2011

Value-Up Nissan New Grand Livina Facelift

Back is the New Beige

Finally in 2011, Nissan launched the Grand Livina Facelift despite the changes that occurred only a minor extent only.
Grand Livina is not long enough to change, about three years. And now comes the first in the Facelift version of the Grand Livina.

With fixed priority stylish design, comfort and frugal fuel consumption Grand Livina provides two choices of automatic and manual transmissions. There are also two new colors are dark, red, and white, found in variants of Highway Star. The selling price of around 170 million on the road.

Facelift on the new Nissan Grand Livina is more directed to minor change. Where changes occur only on the design front grille and a more attractive wheel designs are turned into double-spoke model. While on the interior, changes occur in the background the speedometer, which was originally black to white change, embracing the motto Back is the New Beige, interior color is replaced with a black color with a skin material to make it more elegant.

Audio sector is also a change, where the head unit 2DIN replaced with a single DIN head unit that is added to the console drawer underneath. These changes are not included down the spec, but the value-up to the consumer, because the audio feature to be more complete and drawers underneath the console are very helpful in terms of capacity constraints of storage of goods.

Single head unit is equipped with features to read MP3 and is ready to connect to the iPod. This is different from its predecessors head unit likely minimal.