Nissan Grand Livina

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RM82,195 - RM99,800
Grand Livina Price
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Grand Livina Specs
Engine 1598 cc
Power 103 hp
Transmission Type Manual
Driver Airbag Yes
Air Conditioner Yes
Power Steering Yes
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Seating Capacity 7 Seats

Grand Livina Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Grand Livina

Interior space

Refined engines

Comfortable ride quality

Things We Dont Like in Grand Livina

Boxy design

Dated interior

Lack of modern features

Recent Updates of Nissan Grand Livina

Earlier this year, Nissan launched the all-new Grand Livina in Indonesia, which is essentially a rebadged Mitsubishi Xpander. For now, we still have the old Grand Livina here in Malaysia and is available in 2 variants. The 1.6 MT is priced at RM89,888 while the 1.6 AT is priced at RM99,888. Power is derived from the same 1.6-litre engine which makes 105PS and 150 Nm. The MT version gets a 5-speed manual gearbox while the AT gets a 4-speed automatic. Exterior highlights include a front chrome grille, fog lamps, ORVMs with LED indicators and body side mouldings. On the inside, you get a keyless start switch, a 2DIN audio system, front/rear AC and cupholders on all 3 rows. Safety kit includes dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and reverse sensors. Colour options for the Grand Livina include black, bronze, silver and white. The Toyota Avanza and Proton Exora are competition to the Grand Livina.

Grand Livina Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
1.6L MT RM82,195 *
OTR Price
1598 cc, 103 hp, Manual, Petrol
1.6L AT RM89,800 *
OTR Price
1598 cc, 103 hp, Automatic, Petrol
1.8L AT RM99,800 *
OTR Price
1798 cc, 124 hp, Automatic, Petrol
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Nissan Grand Livina Colors

Grand Livina is available in 4 different colors - Bronze Gold, Brilliant White, Tungsten Silver and Diamond Black.

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  • Brilliant White

  • Tungsten Silver

  • Diamond Black

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Grand Livina Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict


There was a time in the first decade of 21st century when the market for compact MPVs was at an all-time high. Seeing the instant rise in the sales of such vehicles, Nissan too jumped in the bandwagon and showcased its premium compact MPV, the Grand Livina. For the first time in 2006, the South East Asian countries were being targeted as the primary markets. With its slightly overhung body translating into more interior room, the Grand Livina became a success story. It provided all the benefits of an MPV, but with a shorter carpet area. In the Malaysian market, the Grand Livina is being offered with a choice of two petrol engines with two transmission options and a host of five colors – Graphite Blue, Bronze Gold, Diamond Black, Tungsten Silver, and Brilliant White.

Interior & Features

On the inside, the Nissan Grand Livina doesn’t generate any wow factor, with its aspect of simplicity written all over the cabin. However, the dual tone black and beige theme for the cabin somehow tries to lift up the ambience.

The three-spoke steering wheel with silver elements as well as the buttons mounted on it for audio and telephony are from the Nissan Almera. Also, the same goes for the dual pod instrument console with digital MID screen in between the analogue dials.

The long, vertical centre console looks broad and slightly premium thanks to the presence of thick wood-like garnish around it. A full silver finish for the music system and AC controls looks good too. However, the overuse of wood and silver elements might not appeal to some. The 2-Din music system as well as manual controls for the AC look very simple and could have designed in a more modern way.

In terms of features, the Nissan Grand Livina lacks many modern features which one takes for granted in similarly priced sedans and SUVs. However, where the Grand Livina clearly blows you over is its generous amount of space on offer, with all the three rows providing you oodles of room to seat with ease.


In terms of design and looks, the Nissan Grand Livina doesn’t break any new grounds. It is designed in the same manner as most of the conventional MPVs are crafted. The overall design has a clear focus on functionality and form, which is why it might not appeal to the eye in the first impression stages.

Starting from the front, the Nissan Grand Livina comes with a shorter bonnet, which complements with equally sloping large chrome grille with three distinct chrome slats. These chrome slats blend in towards the large triangular headlamps. The grille tapers down towards the centre, which makes the front grille look slightly visually better.

From the sides, the boxy stance of the Grand Livina becomes more apparent, with the MPV having a long wheelbase. The large glass areas are designed in a somewhat old-fashioned way, with almost no character lines in the side profile making it look a bit bland. However, the rear view mirrors look aesthetically good with turn indicators mounted on them, which is the only modern bit we can find in the exterior design.

At the rear, the Nissan Grand Livina looks a bit bland and empty because of the absence of any character chrome element or any other lines. The large trapezoidal tail lamps which extend toward the centre of the boot lid somehow try to complete the rear profile of the car.

Ride & Handling

Being a large and boxy MPV, the Nissan Grand Livina is not a driver's delight and has a considerable amount of body roll as well. However, the independent MacPherson struts with stabilizer bar at the front and torsion beam type at the rear are tuned on a softer side, which contributes to the overall ride comfort. The ample amount of space for all the three rows means that long drives in the Grand Livina are a piece of cake. With minimal tiredness, it successfully complements its motive of being a functional MPV. The 15-inch wheels are a bit smaller for a vehicle of this size, and we would have loved to see at least 16-inch units on this car.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

For the Malaysian market, Nissan has made the Grand Livina available with two engine options, both of which are petrol powered. Talking about the smaller engine option first, the 1.6-litre,four-cylinder motor produces 105 PS of power and 153 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the bigger engine is a 1.8-litre four-cylinder unit, which makes 126 PS of power and 178 Nm of torque.

While the smaller 1.6-litre unit comes with the options of a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic gearbox. The bigger 1.8 litre engine comes only with the 4-speed automatic gearbox as standard.

Braking & Safety

Given the fact that it’s a basic entry level compact MPV, don’t expect the Nissan Grand Livina to be fully loaded with all the modern safety functions. The Grand Livina comes equipped with only the basic safety features such as dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and Brake Assist system. The lack of modern safety equipment is quite understandable, considering the fact that it targets at a price-conscious segment.


When it comes to desirability, the Nissan Grand Livina surely lacks a lot of it. The reason behind this is pretty clear – the vehicle looks drab on the outside, it looks outdated from the inside and the list of comfort as well as safety features is nothing to write about. However, where it does excel clearly are the areas where the MPVs are meant to be, and that is overall comfort levels. With ample amount of space and supple ride quality, the Nissan Grand Livina is clearly a winner, if only that features matters you the most.

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    Luqman Jul 03, 2019
    Very practical

    I was looking for spacious MVP and one of my friends urged me to visit Nissan showroom and check out their Grand Livina. It was the car that I was looking for. The cabin is very spacious and includes comfortable seating options. The only downside that I felt was the interiors were a bit dated. I am not a huge Read More

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    Hilmi Mei 16, 2019
    Compact spacious MPV

    If you are in search for a compact comfortable and luxurious MPV, look no further. Nissan has finally launched a supreme quality MPV in Malaysian market that can easily steal a heart quite effortlessly. So if you are in search for a MPV car that has a spacious and comfortable interior you can rely on this make of the brand. Read More

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    Awang Mei 02, 2019
    Ever satisfying car from Nissan

    Recently I have bought this grand car, Nissan Grand livina. Trust me buddies I am not exaggerating, but the performance of this car is way beyond ordinary. I loved it in every sense. Being a seven seater MPV you can easily accommodate your entire family even then will have some extra space to include your friends in it. I have Read More

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    Nabil Dis 06, 2018

    I work as a medicine supplier and work takes me places both far and near. My friend suggested me to buy the Nissan Grand Livina to do away with all my travelling woes. I gave in to his suggestion and am really happy with the car. Apart from exhibiting supreme quality which Nissan promises, this car has an exceptionally quiet Read More

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    Danny Jul 24, 2018
    it’s pretty good car and looks decent too.

    Got the Nissan Grand Livina for my family and first thing I must say it is one fuel efficient car. It drove us around a lot and had to refuel only a few times compared to the previous cars I owned. Worth it, absolutely. The interior is spacious and can fit up to 7 people, it’s a plus cause relatives Read More

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Nissan Grand Livina FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Nissan Grand Livina?

    The safety features available in Nissan Grand Livina Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front No
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System No
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Rear Camera No
    Parking Sensors Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Traction Control No

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