Nissan gives the Grand Livina a facelift

Edaran Tan Chong Motors recently introduced the facelifted version of the widely successful Nissan Grand Livina. The MPV has been doing extremely well in the Malaysian market since
it was launched in 2007 where ETCM has since sold more than 43,000 units of the model. Set to compete against the likes of Toyota Avanza, the Grand Livina has been able to garner quite a substantial market share of the affordable MPV market since then and it is time for some cosmetics change now.

Now they have come out with a new front grille where the 1.6 liter version gets a smoke-plated front grille while the 1.8 liter version gets full chrome. Sold for RM86,800 for the 1.6 MT on the road with insurance and RM89,800 for the 1.6 AT and RM98,800 for the 1.8 AT this will surely be one quite a good buy for those of you considering to get an MPV soon. They have also changed the interiors with this one where they now give it a darker look instead of the previously beige. It also now comes with auxiliary input on the 1.8 model as well as nice, prestigious looking wood trims. As this is basically a cosmetics change, there are no changes for the engine and its gearboxes.