Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM), the official franchise holder for Nissan vehicles here in Malaysia, is welcoming in the year of the tiger with new colours for the X-Trail and Serena. Specifically, the Nissan X-Trail will now be offered in Monarch Orange, while the Serena S-Hybrid is now available in Radiant Red – both colours lifted from the Almera‘s colour palette.

The new colours are only available on specific variants. On the X-Trail, the new Monarch Orange colour is only offered on the 2.0L Mid variant (RM139,643), which – aside from the striking new paint job – comes with standard equipments such as LED headlights, 17-inch alloy wheels, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 360-degree surround view monitor, and a basic set of ADAS systems including lane-departure warning, blind-spot warning, and rear-cross traffic alert.

As for the Nissan Serena, the Radiant Red colour is only available on the Serena 2.0L S-Hybrid Premium Highway Star variant (RM152,103). Standard features on the range-topping variant include LED headlights, 16-inch alloys, leather seats (with second-row captain chairs), hands-free powered sliding doors, a 6.75-inch touchscreen head-unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, alongside a seven-inch digital instrument cluster.

ETCM assures its customers that these cars are all 2022 units and not repainted older cars, so there’s no need to worry about your resale value and the likes.

Aside from the new paint jobs, ETCM is also extending its 1.88% Interest Rate campaign for selected Nissan models until the 28th of February, as part of its Chinese New Year celebrations. Customers who purchase and register a Nissan vehicle during this campaign period will also standa a chance to win Lazada vouchers worth up to RM50,000.

Additionally, customers who test drive the all-new Nissan Almera during the campaign period will also stand a chance to win Watsons vouchers worth RM500.

Back in 2019, ETCM also introduced the Imperial Red and Passion Red colours for the Nissan Serena and X-Trail as part of its Chinese New Year celebrations.