2011 Nissan Almera Eco-Car Launched in Thailand

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Nissan Motor Thailand has just introduced their first ever eco-car with the all-new Almera. The sedan is meant to fall under the Thai government’s new green automotive program, and follows from the Nissan March as the first hatchback eco-car.
According to the automaker, “this model was developed under Thailand’s eco-car program that was initiated by the Thai Ministry of Industry’s Board of Investment and meets all the requirements necessary to receive the “eco-car” designation.”

The Almera is powered by a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder engine that puts out 79 horsepower. It’s available with either a manual or the XTRONIC-CVT. Thanks to the use of the standard start-stop system, CO2 have been reduced to 120 grams per km, while fuel consumption sits at 20 km/l (which is 5 liters per 100 km). The all-new Almera is produced at NMT’s plant in Samutprakarn, Thailand, and is available in six grades, six different colors, and is already available for purchase.
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