Nissan Almera CAR PRICE LIST

In order to help Filipino car buyers keep up with the latest Nissan Almera price in the Philippines, Philkotse.com provides regularly updated Nissan Almera price list as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Nissan Almera for sale section.

I. Nissan Almera Price in the Philippines - 2019

Model
Price
Nissan Almera 1.2 MT
₱657,000
Nissan Almera N-Sport MT
₱735,000
Nissan Almera 1.5 E MT
₱735,000
Nissan Almera N-Sport AT
₱824,000
Nissan Almera 1.5 E AT
₱824,000
Nissan Almera 1.5 V AT
₱900,000
Nissan Almera 1.5 VL AT
₱933,000

>>> Refer to our Nissan Philippines price list to keep up to date with the latest changes all Nissan cars price.

The Nissan Almera competes in a class dominated by the best selling cars in the Philippines. Keeping toe-to-toe with the Toyota Vios is an uphill battle of which the Nissan Almera seems to be huffing it out already.

Put in the ring a couple of best-sellers like the Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent and even the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 and you would understand how difficult it is for the Nissan Almera.

One thing is for sure, the general public is losing out a lot from disregarding this model and to be totally honest, I should tell you the different ways on why this is one of my favorite cars.

Nissan Almera design

Nissan Almera can be confused for Nissan’s current crop of Sedans, the Altima and the Sylphy

Thanks to its length and wheelbase it is visibly longer than its rivals in the subcompact market. The large chrome grill on the upper trims is flanked by over-sized sharp, bulging headlamps. The large front and rear doors make ingress and egress easy even for more than average height Pinoys.

Then there is the N-Sport model that add sporty body-kits that add more zing to how the car looks. It is a polarizing look to say the least but for the 4 people who love the car, myself included, I really think it can hold it’s own and give newer models a run for their money.

You have 2 engine choices with the Nissan Almera 2019. The fleet unit gets the pedestrian 3-cylinder 1.2 L engine that produces 79 HP. The engine to go for is the 1.5 L 4 cylinder one.

Although it only dishes out 100 HP the 5-speed manual transmission is properly tuned and shifts precisely plus with power-band entry coming in early below the rev range.

For those who prefer not to row their own gears, there’s the 4-speed automatic transmission available which is good enough for city driving.

Nissan Almera 2019 side view

Thanks to the long wheelbase, 2019 Almera absorbs our potholes and rough roads much better

While it’s competitors have moved forward to more advanced CVT transmissions and have Dual Clutch transmissions, the Almera sticks to the old tried and tested 4-speed automatic and because of that, it does affect the fuel consumption.

Although it still gives out a respectable 8 km/l in the city, its nowhere near the competition. You have to keep your expectations in check with this one as the power to weight ratio is pretty low with the Almera being quite heavy.

The suspension is tuned to be soft and comfortable, thanks to its long wheelbase, it absorbs our potholes and rough roads much better than the likes of the Vios and the Accent. This car is set to be a city cruiser and does okay on the highway as well, but you can't expect the Almera to do wonders on the corners.

Front MacPherson struts and rear torsion bar suspension, paired with the soft suspension you will experience a good amount of body roll and understeer in the process. Canyon-carver, this is not.

Nissan Almera dashboard

Infotainment is bare with a simple 2-din system that lacks a touchscreen or even Bluetooth

It’s when you enter the cabin, you begin to realize what the Almera has head-and-shoulders above the rest, the Almera is categorized as a subcompact but its interior space and finish rivals those a class above it. Once you get yourself settled into the Almera’s rear seats, your legs can actually stretch to a point where you can cross your legs, and it can fit 3 abreast in relative comfort.

One conversation piece that would surely be a wonderful surprise for your occupants would be the rear A/C blower. No other car in the segment has that and is a testament to the reputation for arctic cold A/C of the Nissan vehicles.

Infotainment is bare with a simple 2-din system that lacks a touchscreen or even Bluetooth, so we can throw away smartphone integration out the window. Dials and switches are within the driver’s reach though, but expectations on the quality and build need to be kept at bay as with every other car in this category.

Nissan Almera Rear view

Nissan Almera offers a quality proposition not found in any other vehicle

Comparing this to its subcompact rivals, I’m sure you will find more technologically advanced engines, sportier suspension systems, and plushier interior amenities, but what do you look for in a sub-compact anyway? And with these models breaching the 1 million peso mark, the Almera offers a quality proposition not found in any other vehicle.

II.  Nissan Almera Price Philippines - 2019: Estimated Installment & Downpayment

1. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: 1.2 MT Variant

SRP
₱657,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱131,400
Amount Financed
₱525,600
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱16,886.36
₱19,290.98
Chattel Mortgage
₱18,573.1
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱18,461.84
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱607,908.96
₱694,475.28
Total First Payment
₱170,114.94
₱131,400

2. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: N-Sport MT Variant

SRP
₱735,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱147,000
Amount Financed
₱588,000
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱18,891.13
₱21,581.23
Chattel Mortgage
₱19,553.94
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱20,407.16
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱680,080.8
₱776,924.4
Total First Payment
₱188,641.09
₱147,000

3. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: 1.5 E MT

SRP
₱735,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱147,000
Amount Financed
₱588,000
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱18,891.13
₱21,581.23
Chattel Mortgage
₱19,553.94
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱20,407.16
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱680,080.8
₱776,924.4
Total First Payment
₱188,641.09
₱147,000

4. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: N-Sport AT Variant

SRP
₱824,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱164,800
Amount Financed
₱659,200
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱21,178.63
₱24,194.47
Chattel Mortgage
₱20,534.78
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱22,626.82
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱762,430.72
₱871,000.96
Total First Payment
₱209,641.59
₱164,800

5. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: 1.5 E AT Variant

SRP
₱824,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱164,800
Amount Financed
₱659,200
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱21,178.63
₱24,194.47
Chattel Mortgage
₱20,534.78
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱22,626.82
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱762,430.72
₱871,000.96
Total First Payment
₱209,641.59
₱164,800

6. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: 1.5 V AT Variant

SRP
₱900,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱180,000
Amount Financed
₱720,000
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱23,132
₱26,426
Chattel Mortgage
₱21,842.56
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱24,522.26
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱832,752
₱951,336
Total First Payment
₱228,044.82
₱180,000

7. Nissan Almera Price Philippines 2019: 1.5 VL AT Variant

SRP
₱933,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱186,600
Amount Financed
₱746,400
Tenure / Year
3
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱23,980.17
₱27,394.95
Chattel Mortgage
₱22,169.51
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱25,345.28
Free
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱863,286.24
₱986,218.32
Total First Payment
₱235,794.78
₱186,600

Note:

  • SRP in Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees may vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates may vary with the bank and Loan term
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

>>> Also check out: Monthly-updated price list of all car brands in the Philippines

The engine to go for is the 1.5 L 4 cylinder

The engine to go for is the 1.5 L 4 cylinder

III. Nissan Almera Philippines: Brief Review

1. Nissan Almera Philippines Pros & Cons

Pros
- Cavernous Interior Space
- Rear A/C vents for the Upper Trim
- Great Manual Transmission
Cons
- The Almera hasn’t learned to count to 5 with the A/T
- Arguably polarizing exterior looks
- Questionable Fuel Economy

>>> Visit our Cars for sale section for a variety of options

Nissan Almera cargo

Large storage allows drivers to bring along lots of stuff

2. Nissan Almera Philippines specifications

Overview
Name Nissan Almera 1.5 L VL AT
Starting Price P933,000
Body Type Sedan
Engine & Performance
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Capacity 41 L
Number of Cylinders 4
Engine size / Displacement 1,498 cc
Maximum Power 99 hp
Maximum Torque 134 Nm
Engine Type In-line 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V
Transmission Type 4-Speed Automatic
Dimensions
Overall Length 4,425 mm
Overall Width 1,695 mm
Overall Height 1,505 mm
Wheelbase 2,600 mm
Luggage Volume 490 L
Seating Capacity (persons) 5
Brakes
Front Brakes Ventilated disc
Rear Brakes Drum
Steering
Steering System Electric Power Steering
Interior
  • Fabric Seats
  • Greige Interior Finish
  • Dual Analog Fine Vision Meter
  • Speedometer, Tachometer, Digital Odometer
  • Power Door Locks
  • Full Auto Climate Control Airconditioning
  • Push Start Button
  • 2DIN Audio Head unit
  • 4 Speakers
Exterior
  • Electric Folding & Power Adjust Side Mirrors
  • Rear Spoiler
  • 15" Alloy Wheel
  • Chrome Plated Door Handles
  • Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers
  • High Mount Stop Lamp
  • Front Fog Lamps
  • Halogen Front Headlamp
Safety & Security
  • Dual Front Airbag
  • Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) w/ Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD)
  • Brake Assist (BA)
  • Child Protection Lock + Child Anchor
  • Immobilizer
  • Speed Sensing Door Locks
  • Panic Button
  • Remote Trunk Release
  • Intelligent Key (I-key)

Nissan Almera safety system

Nissan Almera comes with modern safety systems. Worth your pay?

IV. About Nissan Philippines

The Nissan Philippines, Inc. is a joint venture between Nissan Motor Company, Universal Motors Corporation and Yulon Philippines Investment Co. Ltd. for the import and distribution of Nissan automobiles, multi-purpose vehicles (MPV) and sport utility vehicles (SUV) in the Philippines.

Nissan Motor Company entered the Philippine market in 1969 with the appointment of Universal Motors Corporation (UMC) as the authorized assembler and distributor of Datsun cars and pickups. UMC started assembling vehicles in their Pasong Tamo, Makati facility. Included in the vehicles assembled were the Datsun 620 pick up with the 1.5 L J15 I4 engine.

The first models it assembled were the Nissan Pulsar (N12) and the Nissan Stanza (T11, known elsewhere as the Nissan Violet). By this time, UMC focused on the Nissan light commercial vehicles (SUVs and pickups). In November 1991, PNI was renamed Nissan Motor Philippines, Inc. (NMPI). In September 2000, the Yulon group acquired control of NMPI from Nissan Motor Company.

Nissan Dealership in the Philippines

Nissan Motor Company entered the Philippine market in 1969

In September 2013, Nissan Motor Company reorganized its Philippine business with the establishment of Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) as the sole national sales company for the Philippines, assuming direct control over the entire Philippine operations of Nissan.

Since then, the company has been a mainstay in the Philippine automotive market providing Filipinos with noteworthy vehicles such as the Navara, the Juke, the Almera, the G4 sedan, the Mirage hatchback and now the Terra SUV.

For more reviews of Nissan cars in the Philippines please refer to our Nissan reviews section.

Source: Roy Robles

Your opinion

Your comment
Submit comment