Nissan WingRoad 2014

2014 Nissan Wingroad Wagons, also known as station wagons or estate cars, resemble sedans but have longer roofs. With this roof extension, you get grow cargo volume, a lift-up door, and seats that can be pulled down or removed to free up more space. The main things that the 2014 middle-class Nissan Wingroad has taken from its predecessors are its body style and easy-to-use interior. There are a lot of new features inside the car, like a fully reclining backrest on the front seats, the ability to move the front seat side to side by 120 mm, and a 10-position adjustment system for the backs of the back seats. Cars with 1.8 or 2.1-liter 4-cylinder engines in a straight line. Automatic four-wheel drive is only available on the 1.5-liter version. For a 1.5-liter engine, the transmission is either 4AKPP or CVT. For a 2.1-liter engine, the transmission is a 6-step manual variation. You can fold down the back seats from a distance by pressing a button in the trunk. This makes it easier to load and unload luggage. Now, the tray in the trunk is made of a material that can be cleaned. By making changes to how the 1.5-liter engine and CVT work together, the designers have made better use of fuel. Another trim has been added to the driver's seat. A 1.5-liter engine and a CVT work well together now. A remote access system, an immobilizer, tinted windows, and a luggage rack is some of the changes that have been made. On the highways, cars that now come standard with a navigation system called "Car Wings" also have a contactless fare system.

Specification:

▪️Stock No. Y-0513 ▪️Location Khushi Motors Msa branch ▪️Vin No. Y12 ▪️Body Type. Station wagon ▪️Make. Nissan ▪️Model Wingroad ▪️Mileage. 154080Km ▪️Fuel Type. Petrol ▪️Engine Capacity 1500cc ▪️Year 2014 ▪️Transmission Automatic ▪️Drive Type 2WD ▪️Ext Color. Black ▪️Int. Color. Black ▪️Doors. 5 ▪️Seats. 5 ▪️Drive side. Right Hand Side

Additional Features:

High beam LED lights, power mirrors/windows, traction control, AC, cup holders, Radio, CD, ample boot space