Articles about Nissan Philippines

Both manual and automatic gearboxes are available
Towards the end of August, we learned that the new Nissan GT-R had quietly arrived in our market. It appears Nissan Philippines (NPI) had other plans for a not-so-quiet reveal, though, and little did we know that Godzilla was
What? No Nismo?
The new Nissan GT-R made its world premiere way back in January 2023. It debuted during this year's Tokyo Auto Salon, and it was yet another facelift for the supercar-baiting grand tourer. Even though it has been 15 years
Two of the newest subcompact sedans in the market duke it out
The sedan body type may not be as popular as it once was, but it's not yet dead. For this spec-sheet brawl, we'll be pitting two of the latest subcompact sedans to be launched in our market: the refreshed
When a car brand is doing more to encourage people to visit, and love, the Philippines
You can see that travel is back with a vengeance after the pandemic. Airports are packed, resorts are filling up, and expressways are buzzing with travelers. In line with this, Nissan Philippines Incorporated (NPI) and the Department of Tourism (DOT) renewed their
We wouldn’t call it bare at all
The revamped Honda City recently made its local debut, receiving a host of welcome changes along the way. Aside from fresher looks, the popular subcompact sedan also received a serious boost in terms of safety features. However, there's another bit of
For those curious about Nissan’s new subcompact sedan
Nissan Philippines (NPI) is starting off the second half of 2023 on a high note as it introduces the facelifted Almera. Shortly after its arrival in ASEAN, the subcompact sedan now makes its debut in our market bearing new looks and added
The subcompact sedan gets a few updates
After less than two years since its local launch, the Almera has now received a few updates in our market. Nissan Philippines (NPI) is now opening the second half of the year with the unveiling of its facelifted subcompact sedan. This launch
We wonder how many were sold
Do you remember the Nissan Vanette? If you don't, or too young to know what it was, here's a brief history lesson.The Vanette was Nissan's compact van, and it was assembled and sold in the Philippines from 1993
Wait, what?
Admittedly, a guilty pleasure of ours is a big, throaty V8 engine. As carmakers shift to smaller turbocharged engines, the large capacity, naturally aspirated eight-cylinder is quickly becoming a dying breed. Yes, those compact boosted engines are fast, but it's
What it is holding is the release of new units
Nissan Philippines (NPI) recently issued a statement regarding the widespread air-conditioning issues of the Kicks crossover.In case you missed it, the A/C systems of several Nissan Kicks units in our market are apparently affected by cooling issues. This is
The subscription comes with a variety of casa-exclusive perks
Subscriptions these days are no longer only for your network plans, gyms, or streaming services-they may also now be for preventive maintenance services (PMS) for your cars. Nissan Philippines (NPI) has just launched its newest service offering: the Nissan Service Protection
It’s quite a huge price bump
It's been 15 years since Nissan unveiled the GT-R, and since then, it's seen a host of updates and upgrades. The most recent one came out in January 2023, making its world premiere during the Tokyo Auto Salon. And
A major 30% price cut
If there's one thing Filipino motorists complain about when it comes to electric vehicles, it's the price tag. EVs are usually upmarket on this side of the globe.That's about to change, however, with the Electric Vehicle Industry Development
This is big news for pickups and SUVs
In a country that has been rather hesitant to shift to hybrids and EVs, the sales success of the Nissan Kicks e-Power shows a glimmer of hope for electrification here. With the promise of 'no-charge' EVs, it seems that the
Applies to all non-Sport variants
Just about every midsize SUV in the land has received an update or two in the past year or so. Isuzu and Ford have released all-new versions of its truck-based SUVs, while Toyota and Mitsubishi made a few upgrades here
The whole range gets a price adjustment too
The Terra has long been a solid seller for Nissan since it was first released in 2018. While it was relatively late to the pickup platform vehicle party, the Terra had no problem winning over local customers.In 2021, the heavily updated
Please Nissan, bring back the Sentra here
It's been a while since we had the Nissan Sentra in the Philippines. The name was retired here in 2014 with the Sylphy taking over its place. While Nissan came up with witty marketing exercises for it, people were still looking
The 4x4 value leader
Patrol. Super Safari. Terrano. These are some of the iconic SUVs to bear the Nissan badge. If anything, the company has a solid reputation for building some of the most robust and capable 4x4s out there. If you need more proof of
Heads up, car buyers
While the likes of the Navara and Terra are clearly Nissan's current bread and butter in the Philippine market, its other offerings like the Almera have proven to be pretty desirable, too. If you've had an eye on the subcompact
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