Nissan Motor Philippines Inc. (NMPI) won't be launching the Almera subcompact sedan until January 2013, and yet the Japanese carmaker will already put it on display at all of its dealerships nationwide starting December 14 "to welcome the festive holiday season."
So, roughly a month before its launch, customers will be able to see and experience the Almera's purported class-leading comfort and space as well as check its upscale design and functionality.
As an added bonus for those who will avail of the early reservation for the Almera, NMPI is also offering a free and exclusive accessory package that includes chrome side molding, exhaust finisher, and chrome front lower grille finisher.
Though the Almera will come with a single 1.5-liter engine, it'll be available in three variants: the base model with manual transmission, the base model with automatic transmission, and what NMPI calls the "mid" model with an automatic transmission. NMPI also confirmed what we revealed almost a month ago--that the price of the Almera will start at P710,000.
Well, we dug even deeper and found out that the prices of the other Almera variants are P760,000 for the automatic-equipped base model and P830,000 for the "mid" model automatic.
What do you think of the Almera's pricing now? Competitive or a little too much?