Who else is hyped?
They say you shouldn't count your chickens before your eggs hatch. By that logic, ruminating over what will or will not arrive in our market is a pointless exercise that could lead to disappointment. But we're glass-half-full types
Do you have any road trips planned ahead?
The Department of Tourism (DOT) wants you to know that safe and responsible local travel is possible during a pandemic, and Nissan Philippines (NPI) is helping the agency pave a path towards normalcy once more.The Japanese carmaker and the DOT have
We’re very excited
We knew this truck was going to look tough. But damn, we didn't expect that it would look this good.Nissan has pulled the wraps off the refreshed Navara, and it's easily one of, if not the, most handsome pickup
Isn’t she lovely
Few nameplates hold great significance in automotive history like the Nissan Z models do. The Z car didn't rack up race wins like the Skyline GT-R did in decades past, but it was arguably as instrumental in proving to the
We reach out to the company for comment
We can't believe we missed this, but apparently the recently revealed New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) crash test results for the Nissan Kicks contained some pretty juicy information pertaining to our market.Anyway, if you'll
It’s set to be unveiled in a few days
It doesn't take a genius to tell whether a car viable for Philippine roads or not. If a vehicle is compact enough to zip around tight streets and tall enough to take on less-than-stellar surfaces and mild flooding, it'
Nissan PH is extending its promo
The Nissan Almera, Navara, Terra, Urvan, Juke, Sylphy, and X-Trail-what do all of these cars have in common? Well, aside from their badges, all of these models can be had for less as part of Nissan Philippines' Safer Drive and
Do you have stories like these with your cars?
Anyone who's ever had the privilege of owning a car has a story with that vehicle. It doesn't matter if it's a simple daily driver, a family car, or a project-whatever that is, there's something about it
It’s over P1.2 million cheaper in some countries
Nissan's next-generation Z car is out in the open now, albeit in the form of a prototype aptly called the Z Proto. The Japanese carmaker is already busy sorting out this thing so it's only a matter of time
We’re still eagerly waiting for this
Last year during the Nissan Futures symposium in Hong Kong, the Japanese carmaker announced that it would be introducing the Leaf electric vehicle (EV) in the Philippine market. Well, we're still waiting, but thankfully, it looks like the EV is slowly
The promo also includes the Almera, Sylphy, Patrol, and X-Trail
If you were left without any means of getting around when the authorities implemented a public transportation ban to combat COVID-19 several months ago, chances are you've considered buying yourself or your family a ride. If so, Nissan has a
Expect more of these to pop up over time
These days, there's just no telling when businesses can and can't operate. One day authorities allow you to open, the next you're forced to close them again. All this uncertainty is a major pain in the a** for operations
Any chance this makes it to the PH?
It looks like the Nissan Navara N-TREK Warrior isn't exclusive to the Australian market anymore. The badass version of the Japanese carmaker's popular pickup offering has just made its debut in Thailand, bringing with it many of the rugged
Part of its plans to recover from ¥671.2 billion in net losses in 2019
In the local market, Nissan saw some growth in terms of sales last year. By the midway point of 2019, it remained third among car manufacturers in the Philippines-a position it had captured by the end of the first quarter. On
Planning to buy from this brand?
Those of you who were planning to buy a brand-new Nissan vehicle prior to the COVID-19 pandemic can finally follow through, as dozens of the Japanese carmaker's Philippine dealerships have resumed operations under the modified enhanced community quarantine period (
We’re slowly transitioning to the new normal
Nissan Philippines already resumed dealership operations in various general community quarantine (GCQ) areas across the country earlier this week. Along with the reopening of its showrooms and service facilities, the Japanese carmaker is also rolling out some new safety guidelines to ensure
Check out where inside
Slowly but surely, carmakers are beginning to open up shop again in locations under general community quarantine (GCQ). Is this a sign things are getting back to normal? Not exactly, but it's a start.Nissan Philippines is the latest company to
The COVID-19 pandemic has already caused the cancellation of a few launch events
A Nismo variant will be available for P3,888,000
It's official, ladies and gents: the Nissan 370Z will be sold in the Philippines and will be available starting April. Just a few days after releasing photos of its sports car on Metro Manila soil, Nissan Philippines has now announced the
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