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Ramesh Narasimhan, NPI President and Managing Director, with Atoy Llave of Atoy Body Kits in the Nissan Urvan Premium S.

Ramesh Narasimhan, NPI President and Managing Director, with Atoy Llave of Atoy Body Kits in the Nissan Urvan Premium S.

2017 proved to be a banner year for many automotive manufacturers, yet Nissan is not done yet. During its recent “Change the Game” thanksgiving party, Nissan Philippines Inc. (NPI) hopes to continue doing so with four new cars to spice up their current models.

Nissan Urvan Premium

Nissan Urvan Premium

Nissan Urvan Premium S

This luxurious variant is a dealer option in collaboration with Atoy Body Kits. The Php400-450K option starts off with 15-inch alloy wheels.  The interior enhancements include second and third row leather captain seats with an adjustable armrest and manual-adjust slide, recline, and rotation functions. The rest of the interior sees a revised front center console, cup holders, room lamp garnish, and LED-type room lamps. In the passenger area are double overhead cabinets, LED mood lights and a premium carpet.

Upgrades to the entertainment system include a new head unit with DVD/MP3/Tuner/USB multimedia system with Bluetooth phone connectivity and a seven-inch touch screen display, navigation system, four upgraded speakers and 10.1-inch dual headrest monitors.  There are also additional safety features with the added reverse sensor, a fitted dash camera and an alarm system.  This vehicle will be available in February.

Nissan Juke N Style

Nissan Juke N Style

Nissan Juke N Style

You may already be familiar with the Juke N Style, but this Juke gets the iconic red and white Nismo colors to make it stand out. The Juke N Style is now offered in new Red and black color schemes. Included exterior updates are a headlamp finisher, lower bumper finisher (front and rear), sport skirt (front and rear), mirror caps, door handle finisher with iKey, side door sills, rear spoiler and lower back door finisher.

Its interior updates include a revised center console and center armrest console, sport fabric seats (red and black color scheme), door switch finisher, A/C vent and tweeter cover, and door trim (red color scheme).  The Juke N Style will be available mid-February. Its price will be announced very soon.

Nissan Patrol Royal 7 A/T

Nissan Patrol Royal 7 A/T

Nissan Patrol Royale 7 A/T

The Nissan Patrol Royale gets an update under the hood with an upgraded engine, the VK56VD – 5.6 Liter V8 with variable valve event lift and a direct injection gas system that allows the engine to put out 400-PS of power and 560-Nm of torque. This is mated to a new seven-speed automatic transmission.

It gets interior upgrades too like black leather seats or the optional tan leather seats and the eight-inch touchscreen head unit. High tech additions  include Nissan Intelligent Mobility features which include the Around View

Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Parking Guide and Corner Sonars, hill start assist, hill descent control and Vehicle Dynamics Control.  The Nissan Patrol Royale 7 A/T is priced at P 3,749,900.00 and will be available this month.

“2017 was a record-breaking year for Nissan. Not only were we able to launch new models in competitive segments, but we were also able to expand our foothold across the country and achieve our largest sales record of 25,000 vehicles, growing by 48-percent versus the previous year. These inspire us to set the bar higher and change the game this 2018, starting with new vehicles that will surely shake up the industry,” said Ramesh Narasimhan, Nissan Philippines, Inc. President and Managing Director.

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