2018 is coming to an end, witnessed an enthusiastic year of the automakers in refreshing their subcompact sedans such as all-new Toyota Civic and upgraded Suzuki Ciaz. Don’t want to leave behind the market trend as well as to fight with the two top-of-mind cars in this line-up, Nissan Almera 2019 gets refresh with a radical make-over.
Phil-spec Almera 2019 is redesigned with an exclusive front bumper and dual LED running lights
Taking a quick glance, Philippines-spec Almera seems to share the same styling cues with its siblings launched in Thailand. However, when it comes to closer inspection, the new sedans does get some minor changes in outside look with an exclusive front bumper, a dual LED running lamps. The new Nissan 2019 now is also painted in blue, adding to the current color options.
Inside the cabin, the most eye-catching redesign is the sportier D-shaped steering wheel, alongside new decorations and paddings on the door panels.
D-shaped steering wheel is the most eye-catching inside trimmings.
New 2019 - Nissan Almera 1.2L E AT Euro 4
Additionally, the Nissan Almera 2019 comes with other highlighted features:
- New side skirts, rear bumper, and exhaust
- New corner air filters
- Larger touch-screen monitor
- Darker interior trimmings
- Compact disk, USB 2.0 connectivity
Noticeable change of Phil-spec Almera is recorded for its powertrain. Instead of using 1.2-liter mill with 79 PS and 108 Nm of torque, the forth-coming subcompact sedan is armed with a 1.5-liter turbo diesel, producing 99 PS and 134 Nm peak of torque. Transferring this power is either four-speed AT or five-speed unit MT.
Until now, there is no word on the official arrival date and retail price of the all-new Almera. Before that, let check out Nissan Philippines Almera 2018 price list until the newest sedan hits the showrooms in 2019.
|Nissan Almera 1.5 VL AT (Euro 4)
|Nissan Almera 1.5 V AT (Euro 4)
|Nissan Almera 1.5 E MT (Euro 4)
|Nissan Almera 1.5 E AT (Euro 4)
|Nissan Almera 1.2 MT (Euro 4)
Stay tuned and visit Philkotse.com to catch up with the latest news on Nissan Almera 2019.
Know more about Nissan Almera 2024
The Nissan Almera is a four-door compact sedan. For the Philippine market, its three available variants have a price ranging from Php 839,000 to Php 1,149,000.
Size-wise, all trims are 1,740mm wide and 1,460mm tall. The top-spec VL meanwhile, is 4,530mm long, while the VE and EL are 4,495mm long. All three get a ground clearance of 135mm, and a wheelbase length of 2,620mm.
Under the hood of the Philippine-spec Almera is a 1.0-liter turbocharged inline-3 gasoline engine that can make up to 99 horsepower and 152 Nm of torque. The three-banger is then paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) sending power to its front wheels for the VL and VE. The EL meanwhile, uses a five-speed manual gearbox.
Locally, the Nissan Almera competes against the Toyota Vios, Mitsubishi Mirage G4, Honda City, MG 5, Volkswagen Santana, Geely Emgrand, Hyundai Reina, Kia Soluto, etc.
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