With a sharp exterior, new powertrain and good safety features, the all-new Nissan Almera brings the fight to For some people, the name Nissan Almera sounds quite foreign. Maybe many don't know that this car is actually quite common, especially in the capital city. The reason is, this luxury sedan from the Japanese manufacturer is often used as an operational vehicle for taxis bearing the bird logo. This sedan, which is actually quite comfortable to drive, has been around since 1995.
This car that was created for the European market has various nicknames. Starting from the Nissan Pulsar, Nissan Bluebird Sylphy, Nissan Latio, and Samsung SM3 for the South Korean market. Comes with a front-wheel drive configuration, the Nissan Almera is prepared as the successor to the Nissan Sunny with a subcompact car classification.
Although known as the Nissan Almera ex taxi, this sedan has good quality, both in terms of design, engine, or in terms of comfort. The design is quite okay because the rounded style is similar to the Nissan Teana. So, this Almera can also be called baby Teana or Teana lite.
The Nissan Almera is a line of cars that has been produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan since 1995. For the initial generation, the Almera was a compact car (segment C), which was basically the European export market version of the Pulsar for the first generation model (N15), and the Bluebird Sylphy for the first generation model. second generation model (N16). Since the third generation model (N17), the Almera nameplate has been changed to a subcompact or B-segment sedan based on the V platform. In the Philippines, it was launched on October 8, 2021 and is offered in three variants: EL Turbo (5-speed manual), VE Turbo (manual). 5 speed and CVT) and VL N-Sport Turbo (CVT only). All models are offered with a turbocharged 1.0 liter engine. The Almera is now imported from Thailand instead of being built locally as Nissan stopped production in that country.
The Nissan Almera price in the Philippines starts at P728,000.00. The lowest price is the Nissan Almera 1.0 EL Turbo MT, ranging all the way up to the Nissan Almera 1.0 VL Turbo N-Sport CVT Aspen Pearl White priced at P1,113,000.00.