Nissan Philippines (NPI) raised a lot of eyebrows when it launched the new Livina in our market. While the MPV does fill a gap in Nissan’s local lineup, it’s still an outdated replica of the Xpander.
You’re not quite sure what that means? Basically, the Livina is a rebadged Xpander—albeit the pre-facelift version. The Nissan packs the same 1.5-liter gasoline engine, boasts the same interior, and has the exact same underpinnings as Mitsubishi’s popular MPV.
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Of course, there are still a few differences here and there, and that’s what our guy Anton Andres talks about in this Livina review. He discusses everything from the front fascia to the suspension and even down to the smallest bits inside the cabin.
Do these differences make the Livina worth considering, though? Well, we’ll just let you watch the review instead. Click play on the embedded video above to learn more. Likewise, you can also read more about this MPV by clicking these blue words.