Launch of the 2013 Nissan Sylphy

Launch of the 2013 Nissan Sylphy

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
11 Mar 2013

Following its global premiere in China last year, Sylphy has been launched in the USA, Japan and Thailand and it will be sold in approximately 120 countries globally. The all-new Sylphy has been developed with class-above design standards both interior and exterior, as well as efficiency in engineering while retaining its popular features.

Modern, Premium Design

Sylphy’s all-new design is elegant, modern and refined, reflecting a “professional” character targeted at upwardly bound buyers who aspire to drive something more premium than some of the other designs in the segment. It adopts Nissan’s bold new signature trapezoid-shaped grille and large wraparound headlights with LED accents. In the rear, LED taillights are also standard, which complements the sophisticated styling.

Compared to the previous design, Sylphy’s beltline has been lowered and a new character line has been added that runs from the front fenders, along the sides, and finishes at the sculpted taillights and trunk lids, giving the sedan a more aggressive stance and enhanced outward visibility for passengers. Other exterior features include chrome door handles, window accents and side moldings as well as door mirrors with integrated turn signals*.

A Premium, Class-Above Interior with Class-leading Space

Nowhere is the all-new Sylphy’s ‘class-above’ style more evident than in the interior, with its roominess, high quality finishing and comfortable three-layered seat that absorbs vibration while on the road. Extra attention is also paid to isolating noise, vibration and harshness from entering the cabin.

Sylphy’s sophisticated new look continues inside with a high-quality interior design with materials not usually found in its class. This includes soft-touch instrument panel and door armrests, leather-appointed seating and Maple wood-tone trim*. Along with offering the best-in-class knee room, the intuitive interior layout emphasizes driver control and outstanding seat comfort for all occupants. The instrument panel curves out towards the doors and features Fine Vision electroluminescent gauges that are backlit even in daylight, providing an upscale look that is also easy to read.

Nissan Sylphy 1.8L

Launching price with COE: $147,800

Nissan Sylphy 1.6L

Launching price with COE: $127,800


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