Even before its official launch, Nissan has revealed a series of Almera accessories to spice up that hot turbo ride which was previewed last month, if you intend to see one on your porch.

There are four different accessory packages available starting with Interior Styling Package priced at RM400. The package includes LED room lamps and a trunk tray with an anti-slip surface that keeps your items in place and helps keep the trunk clean from dirt or spills. It also includes stainless steel kick plates with the Almera logo etched on the front and rear side sills to protect against scuffs and scratches.

As for the handsome new exterior, the Almera can be further spiced up with the Exterior Styling Package priced at RM950. The package tailored for the VL and VLP variants comes with door visors, door handle protectors with a carbon fibre pattern finish, and a trunk lid spoiler in gloss black.

Customers who opt for the high spec VLT variant will only be charged RM350 for this package as the variant is already fitted with the trunk lid spoiler as standard.

For those with a little more emphasis on safety and security, there’s the Protection Package at RM1,950. It includes a Dual Channel Camera (front and rear dashcam) and Solar Gard Armorcoat tinting films. Alternatively, there’s the Protection Plus Package at RM2,750.00 to upgrade to V-Kool Elite tinting films for solar heat rejection of up to 94%.

All Almera accessories are accompanied with a 3-year or 100,000km warranty (whichever comes first) and can be financed when ordered at time of purchase. Also, stand a chance to win an iPhone SE worth RM2,199 when you test drive the all-new Nissan Almera at selected Nissan showrooms!

The all-new Almera Turbo is powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged 3-cylinder engine with technologies adopted from the Nissan GT-R. Paired with an Xtronic CVT gearbox, it produces 100 hp and 152 Nm. Aside from a strengthened body for better stability and handling, the Almera has also been improved with better refinement through various methods. Check out our review of it here!


GALLERY


Previous articleSSC Tuatara smashes the world’s fastest production vehicle record – 509 km/h average speed!
Next articleSomeone has designed new bumpers for the BMW M3 & M4 and look at that transformation!
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.