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2023 Nissan Almera facelift debuts, what makes it distinguished in the market?

Wapcar Automotive News –  The Nissan Almera 2023 (also known as the Versa in the US) has received an upgrade, with styling changes compared to the B-class sedan as well as some equipment modifications. This comes just over three years after Almera made its world debut in April 2019.

The most noticeable change can be seen at the front, with an updated version of the brand’s signature V-moving grille featuring a black hexagonal piece with a set of surround slats. by silver border.

The more expressive front end also features a revised fender with wider lower air intakes and repositioned fog lights, while the latest Nissan logo replaces the old design. Nissan also introduced a new 17-inch wheel design and Gray Sky Pearl paint color for the mid-range SV and top-spec SR variants, two of three available options – S being the base option. As for the rear, it’s unchanged from the front, and the same is true for the interior. The interior has the same dashboard layout as the pre-upgrade model, but with some tweaks. For the base variant, the optional new S Plus package adds Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support to the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system along with 16- and 60-inch alloy wheels:

Rear seats fold 40.

Meanwhile, the SV version has a center console with armrests, wireless phone charging and a new Chambray interior color with an upgrade. This complements standard items like 16-inch alloys, automatic LED headlights as well as features that come with the S Plus package. The SR also benefits from the SV’s upgrades, but the touchscreen infotainment system is larger than 8 inches and includes a Wi-Fi hotspot, NissanConnect service as well as six speakers (others don’t). get only four). The top-spec model also comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats and remote engine start.

On the safety front, each variant is equipped with automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, automatic rear braking and high beam assist. Available safety technology includes Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, both of which are additions to the SV, while the SR takes it a step further by including Intelligent Cruise Control (Cruise Control). adaptive cruise control).

The Almera/Versa continues to be powered by the HR16DE 1.6 liter NA four-cylinder petrol engine with 124PS (122PS) and 154Nm of torque – with a choice of a 5-speed manual transmission (S only) or an Xtronic CVT. This is different from the Almera we have in Malaysia (now in pre-renovation form), which features a 1.0-litre HR10DET turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine delivering 100PS (99bhp) and 152Nm, with CVT transmission only is available.

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