Nissan turns up the heat with the new Almera Black Series


Feast your eyes on this new Nissan Almera, all decked out with what Tan Chong calls the Black Series bodykit, made up of Tomei parts – body parts that is.

As you can see from the image below, the Black Series bodykit is made up of the Gloss Black Front Grille, Gloss Black Side Mirror Covers, Gloss Black Trunk Lid Spoiler and Gloss Black Y-Spoke 15-inch Alloy Wheels, along with Tomei rear bumpers, spoiler, front bumper and side skirts – to a total of RM 8,500 – a sum included into the total price of the car.

NISSAN ALMERA – BLACK SERIES*
1.5L E Auto (RM)

(with 10% Sales Tax without Insurance)

1.5L VL Auto (RM)

(with 10% Sales Tax without Insurance)

Peninsular MalaysiaRM 69,800.00RM 79,800.00
SabahRM 72,300.00RM 82,300.00
SarawakRM 72,300.00RM 82,300.00

If you asked me, I’d rather them spend it on Tomei engine components, as they’re more well-known for in the aftermarket scene rather than body parts. At least when the Almera is quick, no one can actually see and closely evaluate how the car looks.

The interior isn’t entire neglected either. It’s been enhanced with newly-designed leather seats, a 6.75-inch Clarion Advanced Display Audio with reverse camera, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Solar Gard tinting and a Driving Video Recorder (DVR).

The rest of the car’s underpinnings, like engine and tranmission, is all the same.

“With the introduction of the new Nissan Almera – Black Series, it adds more style, presence and personality, making it simply menacing,” said Sales and Marketing Director of ETCM, Mr Christopher Tan.

The Nissan Almera Black Series is available in E and VL variants and a new Titanium Olive colour, exclusive only to the Almera Black Series. The vehicle comes standard with 5-years unlimited mileage warranty, whereas the accessories come with 3-years or 100,000km warranty (whichever comes first).


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Pan Eu Jin

Pan Eu Jin

Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.
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