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Nissan Navara 2010 - 1
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₱ 728,000.00

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Nissan Navara 2010

San Fernando, Pampanga, Philip...

  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 52350 Km
Nissan Livina 2008 - 1
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1/3 Cars

₱ 180,000.00

Nissan Livina 2008

Bonifacio, Misamis Occidental,...

  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 12000 Km
Nissan X-Trail 2008 - 1
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₱ 160,000.00

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Nissan X-Trail 2008

Agoncillo, Batangas, Philippin...

  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 42000 Km
Nissan Urvan 2007 - 1
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1/4 Cars

₱ 650,000.00

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Nissan Urvan 2007

Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippine...

  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Vanette 1997 - 1
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₱ 100,000.00

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Nissan Vanette 1997

Tagudin, Ilocos Sur, Philippin...

  • Gasoline
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • 60000 Km
Nissan Sentra 1998 - 1
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₱ 140,000.00

Nissan Sentra 1998

Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippin...

  • Gasoline
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Navara 2008 - 1
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₱ 810,000.00

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Nissan Navara 2008

Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Navara 2008 - 1
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₱ 810,000.00

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Nissan Navara 2008

Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

  • Gasoline
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Sentra 1999 - 1
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₱ 125,000.00

Nissan Sentra 1999

Caloocan, Metro Manila, Philip...

  • Gasoline
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Navara 2008 - 1
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1/12 Cars

₱ 860,000.00

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Nissan Navara 2008

Talisay City, Cebu, Philippine...

  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 30000 Km
Nissan Patrol 2005 - 1
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₱ 688,000.00

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Nissan Patrol 2005

Talisay City, Cebu, Philippine...

  • Diesel
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 66000 Km
Nissan Sentra 2002 - 1
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₱ 130,000.00

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Nissan Sentra 2002

Talisay City, Cebu, Philippine...

  • Other
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • 80000 Km
Nissan Frontier 2005 - 1
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₱ 540,000.00

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Nissan Frontier 2005

Talisay City, Cebu, Philippine...

  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • 68000 Km
Nissan X-Trail 2008 - 1
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1/12 Cars

₱ 398,000.00

Negotiable

Nissan X-Trail 2008

Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Phil...

  • Gasoline
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 93000 Km
Nissan Patrol 2007 - 1
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1/3 Cars

₱ 128,800.00

Nissan Patrol 2007

Bingawan, Iloilo, Philippines

  • Gasoline
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • 80000 Km
Nissan Cube 2009 - 1
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₱ 275,000.00

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Nissan Cube 2009

Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

  • Gasoline
  • Automatic
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Navara 2015 - 1
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₱ 1,038,000.00

None

Nissan Navara 2015

T. Molina, Alabang, Muntinlupa...

  • Gasoline
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • N/A
Nissan Pulsar 1991 - 1
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₱ 220,000.00

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Nissan Pulsar 1991

Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

  • Gasoline
  • Manual
  • Dealer
  • 38667 Km

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Nissan

The History of Nissan

Nissan is another Japanese carmaker that has given the nation its reputation for manufacturing high-quality vehicles. The carmaker has been in operation for over 8 decades – it was founded in the early 1930s. Since then, the automaker has expanded into the second largest car manufacturer on Earth. The company has been extremely successful at distributing cars to a range of different countries and regions. In addition, they have put extra emphasis on segmenting the market into different target areas. Nissan also produces Infiniti cars for its luxury customers, as well as Datsun’s for developing countries. Doing so has allowed them to cater to various price points without sacrificing individual brands.

Nissan in the Philippines

Nissan’s commitment to the Philippine’s market is only a recent development. Four years ago, they began to establish a permanent presence on the islands in order to ramp up their market share in the nation. Previously, cars had been distributed throughout the country but not at the scale that is now present. Nissan sees itself as a viable competitor to other Asian automakers such as Toyota and Honda, and have made considerable investment to try and close the current gap.

Nissan Performance and Technology

One of Nissan’s biggest draw cards is their commitment to technology. The automaker has been successful in implementing practical technology to enhance both driver and passenger experience within vehicles. The company has showcased its ability to build high-performance road cars via the manufacturing of the Nissan GTR. The GTR has over 500 HP and is considered one of the most powerful cars on earth – bringing Nissan into competition with high-performance European carmakers.

Why Do Consumers in the Philippines Buy Nissan Cars?

  • Considered one of the more upmarket middle range car man...

Nissan

The History of Nissan

Nissan is another Japanese carmaker that has given the nation its reputation for manufacturing high-quality vehicles. The carmaker has been in operation for over 8 decades – it was founded in the early 1930s. Since then, the automaker has expanded into the second largest car manufacturer on Earth. The company has been extremely successful at distributing cars to a range of different countries and regions. In addition, they have put extra emphasis on segmenting the market into different target areas. Nissan also produces Infiniti cars for its luxury customers, as well as Datsun’s for developing countries. Doing so has allowed them to cater to various price points without sacrificing individual brands.

Nissan in the Philippines

Nissan’s commitment to the Philippine’s market is only a recent development. Four years ago, they began to establish a permanent presence on the islands in order to ramp up their market share in the nation. Previously, cars had been distributed throughout the country but not at the scale that is now present. Nissan sees itself as a viable competitor to other Asian automakers such as Toyota and Honda, and have made considerable investment to try and close the current gap.

Nissan Performance and Technology

One of Nissan’s biggest draw cards is their commitment to technology. The automaker has been successful in implementing practical technology to enhance both driver and passenger experience within vehicles. The company has showcased its ability to build high-performance road cars via the manufacturing of the Nissan GTR. The GTR has over 500 HP and is considered one of the most powerful cars on earth – bringing Nissan into competition with high-performance European carmakers.

Why Do Consumers in the Philippines Buy Nissan Cars?

  • Considered one of the more upmarket middle range car manufacturers
  • Wide variety in model choice
  • Now an established presence in the nation for warranties and repair
  • Affordable, given the quality
  • International reputation for excellence

Which Nissan Models Are Popular in the Philippines?

  • Nissan Almera – The Nissan Almera is a popular compact car that enjoys great fuel efficiency. The model has recently been updated, but you can buy Nissan Almera’s second hand as well.
  • Nissan Sentra – The Nissan Sentra is Nissan’s newer compact car model. The vehicle is extremely popular with those seeking an affordable low-consumption car.
  • Nissan Grand Livina – The Nissan Grand Livina is a high occupancy vehicle that has 7 seats available in the interior of the car. This vehicle is popular with large families.
  • Nissan X-Trail – The Nissan X-Trail is a crossover mid-sized SUV. Depending on the model, the car has 4x4 capabilities.
  • Nissan Patrol – The Nissan Patrol is the largest of the Nissan vehicles available in the Philippines. This is the carmaker’s full-sized SUV.

Nissan Fuel Consumption

The latest known fuel consumption statistics by model are listed below:

  • Nissan Almera -- 7.7 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan Sentra --  12.5 km/l average rating
  • Nissan Grand Livina -- 9.5 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan X-Trail -- 10.0 km/l average rating
  • Nissan Patrol -- 5.5 km/l average rating
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