Nissan benefited from the federal government automotive policies, one of which is the maintenance of a viable environment for car manufacturers to thrive. Nissan said it would launch its first made in Nigeria car in April this year. The new Nissan Almera sedan comes with an ultra modern exterior styling and design that sets it apart from other cars in its class. The Nissan Almera will be fully launched into the Nigerian market by April 2015.
Features and Specifications
· 1.2 ltr petrol engine
· Dual SRS Airbags
· Four-speed automatic transmission
· Back Sensor
· ABS, EBD and BA
· Bluethooth Dialup connectivity
· Intelligent key, immobilizer and panic alarm
Average Price – N2million – N3.5million
Although most made in Nigeria vehicles are said to be made in Nigeria, many of them were basically assembled in auto plants in Nigeria, with the exception of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company. The surge of multinational and indigenous car manufacturers in recent times lends credence to the effectiveness of the recently updated automotive policy. This will result in the creation of jobs for the youths as well as serve a source of foreign exchange.