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February 13, 2013

Nissan Almera at Trinoma Mall Until Today

In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Nissan Motor Philippines, Inc. (NMPI) is holding a grand display featuring the all-new Nissan Almera at the TriNoma Mall in Quezon City. The display, located at the mall’s ground floor at the MRT-link, will be held until today, February 13. 

To highlight the upcoming Valentine’s Day as well, a fully-accessorized Nissan Almera sporting a Victoria red hue is also included in the display.

Following TriNoma, the all-new Nissan Almera will also be featured at other popular malls in the metro. What’s more, a test drive activity will be held by all Nissan dealerships nationwide from February 15.

Customers are invited to see and experience the vehicle’s class-leading comfort and space, as well as upscale design coupled with great functionality.

Offering a generous interior space, the all-new Almera 1.5L boasts of leg room and trunk space that are considered to be the biggest in its class. In addition, the Almera also provides a tall roofline that equates to superb headroom.

Apart from offering more in terms of space, the Almera is also the first compact sedan to be equipped with a rear comfort fan, designed to speed up the cooling of the cabin, this unique feature completes an outstanding and enjoyable ride like no other vehicle in its class.

What’s more, even with features comparable to vehicles in the C-segment or those with 2.0L engines and above, the Nissan Almera comes at a competitive B-segment price, starting from P710,000.

The all-new Nissan Almera comes in three variants – the 1.5L base manual, 1.5L base automatic and 1.5L mid automatic – with exciting colors including titanium grey, brilliant silver, alpine white and bluish black.

Catch the all-new Nissan Almera – visit TriNoma until February 13, and any of the Nissan dealership nationwide for a test drive. To find out which showroom is nearest you, visit


  1. So the red is only a display unit?

    1. For now, the red is a display unit. But don't be surprised if Nissan starts offering red in the near future.


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