The all-new Nissan Almera would probably get the most improved award in the car industry – if there ever was an award like that. At least in our books, the Almera left something to be desired when it came to its looks, the team breathed a sigh of relief and a gasp of awe as we saw the newly redesigned variant of the Almera in all its rendered glory. Nissan finally gives the rest of its lineup the V-motion treatment, and we cannot wait to see their grille on Philippine roads.
These cars are inching closer than ever to Philippine shores. WIth Malaysia already set to receive the bulk of V-motion goodness from the Nissan brand. In 2020, multiple models will come to the Malaysian market, such as the aforementioned Almera, the fourth generation Sylphy and the handsomely redesigned X-Trail. A new subcompact crossover is also set to drop in Malaysia called the Kicks.
An entire lineup of new Nissan vehicles will be on its way to south-east Asia soon. The radical jump in styling for all models is a welcome change compared to previous incarnations. We can’t wait to see how nice Nissan showrooms will look in the year 2020, or sooner.
Hopefully, Nissan Philippines is good at keeping secrets, because we haven’t received any news yet on these new models dropping the Philippine showrooms just yet. We have our fingers crossed however, as the new Nissan models could create a wave in the market with their edgier styling and their updated interiors that are a much better departure from the last generation.
Wishful thinking aside, it is also great that we are seeing Nissan inching their newest cars closer and closer to our market. It may be just a matter of time before these new cars will make their debut on Philippine soil.
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BMW Philippines unveils its newest wagon: The 2023 3 Series Touring / News
SMC Asia Car Distributors Corp has unveiled the BMW 3 Series Touring in three different variants for the Philippines.
The OMODA 5 EV is also coming to the Philippines later in 2023 / News
The OMODA 5 EV will be coming to the Philippines in the fourth quarter of 2023 along with the OMODA and JAECOO brands.
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