Nissan Almera to have varied Upgraded attributes
|   Monday, May 13, 2013
Nissan is set to return to the mainstream of hatch after one of its latest outcomes Qashqai has proved to be influential for the markets. The Nissan ‘Almera' is to have the manufacturing aspects in Barcelona.

Nissan is looking forward to move the crossover design of Qashqai to further left field in the new hatch. This makes the Almera set to play the introductory role of the usual five-door model of the hatchback family in the markets next year.


It is said that the introduction of the hatch will be a boost for Nissan to get back into the mainstream of the car markets.
The design of Almera is absolutely suitable for the roads in Europe, which is a successful aspect for the developers. The car is having its base on the latest platform of the Alliance-C. The plant of Nissan in Barcelona is to take the responsibility of the buildup of the car.

Though the car has a little bit of conventional touch, but the outlook will be beautiful, as stated by the product planning chief of Nissan, Andy Palmer. He also continues by saying that the car will contain a carefully polished look.

Another notable point for the new car is that it has secured dynamics. Just like the Golf of Volkswagen, the car will give the drivers a secured feel when behind the wheels.

Palmer went on saying that the car is not to have the suspension tuning. Rather, it is aimed at being more predictable and precise for the drivers. It will provide a relaxing driving experience on the whole. Very similar to Ford Focus, the Almera is going to have handling satisfaction as well.

Palmer unfolds the fact that moving back to the hatchback mainstream is quite obvious as far as the business of the firm is concerned. According to him, Nissan is to break through the market share of Europe in the field of cars, ranging at about 5 per cent of the shares. The firm is looking to become the biggest Asian brand based in Europe, while making most of the cars for the continent, as per Palmer continued.

Palmer also talks about entering the biggest segments by the introduction of Almera in the markets. This makes it obvious that the firm is to return to the mainstream of a hatchback. The rationality, beauty, handling and the polish will be sold by the mainstream offerings of Nissan, as Palmer has expressed. On the other hand, the flair, originality and the daring aspects are sold by the crossovers, he added.

The similarities of Golf and Focus in Almera do not mean that the hatchback is losing its originality. The comfortable handling and the secure impression add an extra essence to the driving experience of the new car.
The Almera is not cheap, but is certainly set to be worth the asking price. Introducing the car in the markets will prove to be a good move by Nissan as far as their desire to get hold of the markets is concerned.
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