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2014 Nissan Dualis Spied Testing Photo:
 
 
TMR Team | Jul, 03 2013 | 1 Comment

The next generation of Nissan's Dualis compact SUV has been spied testing this week, revealing new details of its final production body.

The Dualis first appeared in 2007, picking up a major styling update in 2010. In Australia, the Dualis is the second best-selling model in the small-SUV segment, trailing only Hyundai's ix35.

Heavy camouflage obscures the finer details of this spied test car, although it is clear the new Dualis will share many styling cues with the upcoming 2014 Pathfinder and the recent Hi-Cross concept.

Among the visible styling elements are slender new headlights, Nissan's familiar V-shaped grille design and a rising belt-line.

New tail-lights can also be seen at the rear, again drawing on the Hi-Cross concept and even the new Pulsar sedan.

International engine options for the new Dualis will reportedly include a supercharged 85kW 1.2 litre petrol engine to replace the naturally-aspirated 1.6 engine. A 1.6 diesel is also expected.

The new platform is also understood to have been developed to accommodate a plug-in hybrid system, with the new Dualis set to offer such an option in 2015.

The Dualis remains a strong seller in Australia, totalling 1176 sales in May - although that figure marks a slight fall from 1330 for the same period in 2012.

 
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