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sylph

any of a class of imaginary beings assumed to inhabit the air

sylph

spirit inhabiting atmosphere in Rosicrucian philosophy. [Medieval Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 1055]
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The new Sylphy, with suggested retail prices of between 1,937,250 yen and 2,389,800 yen, features a more spacious interior and improved fuel economy of 15.
2% amid strong demand for vehicles such as the X-Trail and Sylphy.
Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY) (TYO: 7201), a Japan-based automaker, is planning to launch its Sylphy in India.
The new Sylphy has already hit some overseas markets including China.
4% year-on-year to 95,153 units, primarily due to increased demand for the Sylphy series.
The successful sales growth was also supported by the global model, the new Sylphy, as well as the award-winning executive sedan and compact SUV, the new Altima and all-new X-Trail, respectively.
The model is based on the second-generation Sylphy that was unveiled in Tokyo in 2005.
4 percent in January to June from a year earlier to 503,000 units, boosted by sales of such models as Sylphy and Teana.
Since the start of operations of NPI last year, Navara is the fourth Nissan model that was successfully introduced in the local market, which was preceded by the Altima, Sylphy and followed by the X-Trail compact Sports Utility Vehicle.
Nissan Sylphy received the award in 2012, and Teana in 2013.
The Global Times reported that the recall includes 69,285 Sylphy cars produced from January 2006 to July 2008, and 14,915 Qashqai compact sports utility vehicles made between August 2007 and July 2008.
6 percent on the back of brisk sales of its Tiida and Sylphy models.