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You are searching for Nissan Almera 2017 for sale. There is a total of 2 of Nissan Almera 2017 available for sale on Nissan Almera 2017 has a price ranging from ₱418,000 - ₱418,000. You can view all promotions and offers for new and used Nissan Almera 2017 from all dealers at Philkotse with complete and detailed information including prices, features, specs, and photos.

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2017 Nissan Almera 1.5 Automatic Gas 69K ALL-IN PROMO DP📱09388307235

  • Used car
  • 2017
  • Automatic
  • 62,000 km
Metro Manila, Makati

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  • Used car
  • 2017
  • Automatic
  • 62,000 km
Metro Manila, Makati
  • Financing
  • Trade in
  • Insurance
  • Free transfer of ownership
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Overview of Nissan Almera 2017

Small cars are one of the top choices for day-to-day use. They are fuel-efficient and their overall size makes it easy to maneuver in the city and the interior space is also satisfying to use. Dubbed the product that inherits the soul of the Sunny small sedan, the 2017 Nissan Almera deserves a place in the list of cars that should be used every day.

If you are a person who drives 3-4 hours a day, Philkotse can boldly say that the 2017 Nissan Almera is truly a great friend on the road. It has all the essentials for a comfortable and enjoyable ride. With a starting price of P880,000 for a high-end car when the new model is launched, Almera 2017 now has only about 700,000 left for a new model. From features and price, this model deserves a car for your everyday choice.

Nissan Almera Model Years: 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021

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Nissan Almera Price List

New Nissan Almera Price List:

  • Nissan Almera EL 1.0 Turbo MT Price: ₱779,000
  • Nissan Almera VE 1.0 Turbo MT Price: ₱949,000
  • Nissan Almera VE 1.0 Turbo CVT Price: ₱998,000
  • Nissan Almera VL 1.0 Turbo N-Sport CVT Price: ₱1,098,000

Used Nissan Almera Price List:

  • Lowest Price: ₱300,000
  • Highest Price: ₱798,000 also provides information and pricing of other Nissan Almera cars for sale in case you are interested.

Reviews of Nissan Almera

2017 Nissan Almera exterior

The design of the Nissan Almera is not too different from its big brother Sylphy with the same hourglass-shaped grille and swept back boomerang headlights. Besides, this model is also decorated with chrome accents on the fog lights, grille and door handles to help the overall look of the car more harmonious.

The 2017 Nissan Almera has a sporty look thanks to its small rear spoiler. Although not as polished as Toyota Vios, Honda City or Mazda-2, the 2017 Nissan Almera makes an impression with its simplicity with a bit of class.

If you want to get to know a newer model, you can read Nissan Almera 2018 review.

2017 Nissan Almera interior

Nissan Almera has a gentle interior style with a light-filled cabin, simple and clean center console. The simple 2-DIN head unit is integrated with the control panel and can be easily connected to your iPhone/iPod via USB. However, Android users will need to connect via the secondary port. And no, Bluetooth connection is not available with this model.

With its large size, the Nissan Almera has the advantage of interior space. There's plenty of space even for those 1.75m tall, who in the back can enjoy a cozy ride with the dual air vents that can be controlled independently.

The 2017 Nissan Almera has comfortable leather seats. Moreover, this car is equipped with a soft suspension that can absorb imperfections. With the aforementioned characteristics and legendary Nissan air conditioning system, we can boldly say that the best point of the Almera is the driving comfort for the driver and passengers.

Nissan Almera 2017 Safety

To best protect the driver and passengers, the Nissan Almera 2017 features dual airbags on the front seat. It also comes with electronic brake distribution, an anti-lock brake system, security alarm, immobilizer, electronic door locks, and speed sensing door locks.

2017 Nissan Almera engine

The heart of the Almera is a 1.5L 4-cylinder gasoline engine combined with a 4-speed automatic transmission. On paper, its 99hp and 134 Nm of torque are a poor contender in the segment, however, it's a different story when driven.

The car performs well at any speed it allows. The Almera is also endowed with a light steering feel, so navigating tight city roads is effortless and effortless. Even so, it would have been better if the steering had been kept a bit firm on the highway for a more stable ride.

Fuel economy of 2017 Nissan Almera

Perhaps this is arguably the best part of this model. Almera has shown impressive fuel economy figures. Stop and go situations at an average speed of 15 km/h result in 7.1 km/l, while light traffic at 60 km/h results in 15.2 km/h. On the other hand, the highway burn reads 21.3 km/l at an average speed of 90 km/h.

Technology features

There are several features Nissan designed to make you drive more easily including rear parking sensors, push start button, leather upholstery, and keyless entry.

Nissan Almera Pros & Cons


  • Large interior space
  • Remarkably low fuel consumption
  • Dual rear fan vents with controls


  • No vanity mirrors for the front passenger
  • No manual modes for the four-speed automatic transmission

In general, if anyone has not experienced the Almera 2017, please experience it once to feel about this model. Philkotse highly appreciates Nissan's car when it has many advantages from reasonable price, good build quality, powerful operation and super economy.

Nissan Almera 2017 for sale Philippines: FAQs

Is Nissan Almera a diesel?

No, it’s not. There are two variants including a 1.5L HR15DE 4-Cylinder DOHC and a 1.2L HR12DE 3-Cylinder DOHC, both of which are gasoline.

Where is Nissan Almera made?

The Almera line of Nissan is manufactured in Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines.

Are Nissans expensive to fix?

It seems that a Nissan car is cheaper than other brands to fix, about PHP 7,000 less.