FOR: All-round driving manners, value. AGAINST: Dull interior and exterior design.
- Nissan is back with a proper C-segment saloon in the guise of the Sylphy, hoping to get cosy with the Thai market’s top two players: Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic.
- In order to make this comparison as fair as possible, we used the 1.8-litre versions in grades rounding out at some 900,000 baht. Due to reason of unavailability, the Corolla test car came in E spec rather than G, which is the one being measured up.
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