Nissan Livina 2013 Comfort Family Car Design – Nissan Livina 2013 carries the 1.8 S version with automatic transmission, updated front grille and more standard equipment. the novelty is equipped with a four-speed automatic transmission, offering comfort for passengers with a smoother gear change than a robot or automatic mechanical option, as it has a torque converter.
In 2013 Nissan Livina 2013 transmission type can be identified by the motor. Version 1.6 is equipped with just five-speed manual gearboxes and 1.8, with only four-speed automatic transmission, with torque converter and overdrive functionality, the new 1.8 S becomes the entry option of this machine. Nissan Livina 2013 has four versions: 1.6 MT, 1.6 S MT, 1.8 S AT and 1.8 SL AT.
Nissan Livina 2013 with a new grille, the more smooth and make the display cleaner and slimmer. In addition to the modified front, all versions have acquired a white-framed instrument panel and a silver roof rack (exclusive for SL version) and trim door insertion in body color and door handles that open the door in vehicle colors.
Nissan Livina 2013 stands out in segments with quality that makes life easier for modern families. Large interior space, larger luggage compartments of category, power and performance with reduced consumption, easy handling and wide visibility. The door size, larger facilitate in and out of passengers, as well as the installation of infant and child seats in the back seat. Luggage space is also the largest in the class, with a capacity of 449 liters, but can reach 769 liters by folding the second row of seats. And there are many features of Nissan Livina 2013 which makes passengers more comfortable.
Nissan Livina 2013 has two engines namely 1.6 16V and 1.8 16V, both of which are flexible fuel. 1.8 16V produces 125 horsepower at 5,200 rpm of power when fueled with gasoline and 126 hp in the same rotation as alcohol. Maximum torque is 17.5 kgfm at 4,800 rpm with one fuel, and a compression ratio of 9.9: 1. With automatic transmission, the 2013 Nissan Livina reaches 182 km/h and takes only 10.7 seconds to reach 100 km/h. Gasoline consumption is 11.6 km/l in the city and 17.2 km/l on the highway. Using ethanol, the propellants make up, respectively, 7.0 km/ and 10.3 km/l.