Reportedly due to arrive next year, the rendering sees the Grand Livina adopting the same face as the recently refreshed Qashqai and all-new Micra, with the profile based on that of alliance partner Mitsubishi's Xpander that leaked online last week.
While still featuring the same dimensions and seven-seat layout, indianautosblog.com reports that the Grand Livina, in order to differentiate itself from the Xpander, could drop the 77 kW / 141 Nm 1.5-litre petrol engine for a Nissan sourced unit, and indeed a CVT as opposed to the five-speed manual and four-speed automatic offered by Mitsubishi.
At present, the Grand Livina can be had with either a 1.6 or 1.8-litre petrol engine and depending on the market sold, a CVT, four-speed automatic, five-speed manual and six-speed manual. As per previous speculation, the Grand Livina will likely be build alongside the Xpander at Mitsubishi's new Bekasi plant in West Java.
The Xpander is meanwhile set to make its world debut at the Jakarta Motor Show later this month, while no word on the Grand Livina as yet been made.
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