Nissan Livina – Overview
The all-new Nissan Livina was launched in 2019 in Indonesia, and it is based on the Mitsubishi Xpander as part of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. The previous MPV received the X-Gear treatment early in its life cycle, which is mostly cosmetic upgrades that include black fenders, side body garnish, sportier bumpers and roof rails. The second generation Nissan Livina, bearing the designation ND1W, has not been given the same X-Gear treatment yet, and no news has been given on it yet.
The new Livina is available in a single body style only, unlike the old one. It is a 5-door with crossover-like proportions that can seat 7. Moving it is a 1.5-litre engine witn no turbocharger, that can be paired to a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission. There are four trim levels available right now in Indonesia: E, EL, VE, and VL. There’s also a special ‘Sporty’ edition, limited to 100 units with additional red and black accents, as well as a few extra features.