In Thailand, the premiere of a four-door with a modified appearance and an expanded set of options took place. The top version has acquired fully LED optics and new electronic active safety assistants, but the basic configuration has changed minimally. The Nissan Almera is still offered with a 1.0 turbo and CVT, prices range from 549 to 699 thousand baht (equivalent to 1.25-1.59 million rubles).
Nissan Almera has been modified by analogy with the North American Versa: sedans have common optics and identical body kits. The “sporty” SR equipment is not provided in Thailand, although the most expensive four-doors are equipped with extended side skirts and an aggressive front splitter.
The interior of the top version of the Nissan Almera VL
The prerogative of the two richest trim levels (EL and VL) is a dashboard with a 7-inch screen, a media system with an 8-inch touchscreen, blue contrasting inserts on the door cards and front panel, wireless charging for gadgets, all-round cameras, an engine start button and a multifunction steering wheel with two functional spokes.
Basic version of Nissan Almera E
Nissan The interior of the basic version of the Nissan Almera E
The basic sedan is much simpler: an audio system with a monochrome screen, a dashboard with a miniature on-board computer display, a multifunction steering wheel with a left functional spoke, a conventional air conditioner instead of a climate system. Even the simplest Nissan Almera has stamped wheels, halogen headlights, and devices can only be connected via Bluetooth.
In Thailand, the updated Nissan Almera will be on sale before the end of May. Within a year, sedans with a manual transmission and a different set of options should appear in other countries of Southeast Asia.
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