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Arrow New Nissan Tiida arrives as tide goes out on Almera

New Nissan Tiida arrives as tide goes out on Almera

Nissan??s quest to be at the forefront of automotive design has resulted in the recent development of some highly acclaimed, ground-breaking new models. Examples include the recently launched Note and Qashqai, part of Nissan??s replacement strategy for the Almera range.

Following these two successful launches, the latest to arrive is the new Tiida.

Apparently it means ???ever changing tide??? in Japanese, and comes as a four-door saloon and five-door hatchback. It completes the Almera replacement strategy which Nissan says offers buyers a range of more lifestyle oriented cars to choose from in this segment.

By focusing on the needs of the likely customer for the Tiida, Nissan??s design engineers have ensured Tiida is easy to live with. Large, wide-opening doors and best-in-class hip points in the front and rear of the car mean getting into and out of the car has been made as easy as possible.

Space, comfort, and luxury were also very important considerations for Nissan when designing the new Tiida to suit the demands of its potential customers. This can be seen in the larger than average dimensions which can be found in the car. With a cabin length of 1,839mm, Nissan says the Tiida it is not only the roomiest car in its class - but also boasts more interior space and leg room than many much larger executive cars.

In addition to the class leading levels of space the extra large seats provided in the Tiida provide a seating area that is almost as wide and comfortable as that found in much more expensive luxury cars. The attention to detail and use of the highest quality materials in the interior reward the driver and its occupants with a luxurious and refined drive.

Two engine options are available for consumers to choose from in the Tiida range - a 1.6 litre (110bhp) petrol model and a 1.5 litre (105bhp) diesel option. Both engines provide not only strong performance and good fuel economy, but also low emissions and high levels of refinement.

The car comes in two levels of specifications, SE and SVE. The standard SE model offers a comprehensive level of equipment including four airbags, air conditioning, Bluetooth phone integration, Isofix child seat anchorage points, electric windows, front active headrests, keyless entry, and immobiliser.

Pricing for the 1.6 petrol SE model starts at ?20,995 for both the four and five door versions. The diesel option, which will be available in July, will cost ?23,845. The higher SVE grade adds climate control, drive computer, cruise control, front and rear armrests, rain sensing wipers, and auto headlamps. These extra features cost ?1,500 extra in both the petrol and diesel versions.

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