Nissan returns to the small MPV segment with its new Livina. Based on the popular Xpander MPV, the new Livina features Nissan design cues like the corporate V-motion grille and distinct LED DRLs and LED taillights. Inside it features the curvy car-like dashboard of the pre-facelift Xpander. A seven-inch touchscreen is standard on most variants. In the safety department, all variants come with dual-airbags and ABS as standard. The higher variants get added safety features like electronic stability control, traction control, and hill-start assist.
Under its hood is the Xpander's 1.5-liter DOHC gasoline mill which produces 104 HP and 141 NM of torque, this can be paired to either a 5-speed manual transmission (base E variant) or a 4-speed automatic tranny.