Captain On Board!
As soon as we set sail, almost immediately noted was the sedan-like feel drive and minimal blind spots, good seating position, and ergonomic seats which gives you an excellent frontal view. Nissan has played it safe, with a clean layout of beige interiors and stylish seats for an urban class utility vehicle. However, for some awkward reason the steering and gear stick just doesn't give you that feel of driving a big disguised bus-like-van.
Nissan has thrown in the Micra steering wheel, but if that can be ignored you will love the light steering and tight turning radius of the Evalia.
From the outside, the first impression the Evalia design gives you is a Cargo Van look. Moving to the front fascia, Nissan has given it a modern grille that mates into the rising headlamps. For sure, the Evalia doesn't look like it will win too many Indian hearts for its design.