2017 Nissan Grand Livina

The 2017 Nissan Grand Livina is an interesting car, as its predecessors. It is great for transportation. Also, this vehicle can tow a lot. Its look positions it between van and hatchback, which is making it very interesting. These kinds of cars are not so popular nowadays, so everyone looking for a practical vehicle can find a solution in this model. Now, for the 2017 year season, it will get updates in infotainment and controlling system. These are helpful and drivers will know to appreciate. The vehicle will appear again in the Far East, while other markets are not hosting it yet.

2017 Nissan Grand Livina

2017 Nissan Grand Livina engines

This vehicle is going to compete with likes of Toyota Avanza at first place. To battle this, and other rivals, the Japanese carmaker is preparing two engine options. The Grand Livina used 1.5-l. 1.6-l, and 1.8-l units. Now, we can get power only from the most and the least powerful. However, it seems like buyers like 1.8-l 4-cylinder drivetrain more than other. It is the same powertrain which fans can find on Nissan Wingroad. Total power coming of it goes around 120 hp, while torque is at 150 Nm. Smaller displacement offers less power, but its fuel consumption is on the more economical level.

2017 Nissan Grand Livina interior

2017 Nissan Grand Livina design

Being between hatchback and the van is giving the 2017 Nissan Grand Livina multiple purposes. This MPV is a 7-seater, excellent for both transporting or towing. However, interior space is generous, although this is a compact vehicle in its segment. Infotainment system brings audio support for MP3, CD, and AUX. The screen on control panel keeps driver up to date with every important segment. Reverse sensors and sensible door locks are nice additions to the 2017 year model. Also, split folding of rear rows can provide extra space for passengers or cargo. Outside, the spotlight is on the 15-inch V-spoke wheels.

2017 Nissan Grand Livina side

2017 Nissan Grand Livina conclusion

The 2017 Nissan Grand Livina is available in Far East markets. Buyers in Malaysian and Philippines will be happy to see the new model. However, dropping of the 1.6-l engine could be bad, but we will see how fans will respond. The base price of the Grand Livina will be around $30,000.

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