Nissan Cars Price List in the Philippines October 2018
Latest on Nissan Cars
We've gathered data of Nissan Cars for September 2018. What items are popular? If you're looking for the answer, you've come to the right place! Compare prices for the most up to date products and search for great deals.
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Urvan, Navara, and GT-R got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
Latest discounts : Navara had the biggest price drop last month. Must be a great deal. Get your hands on it while it lasts!
Latest News about Nissan Cars
Under its "Nissan Intelligent Mobility," Nissan believes that millennials should experience the future of automotive lifestyle in an electric, connected, and a wholly independent approach. Read more
The foray on the Philippines' sales and production of electric vehicles is expected to widen its net as the Nissan Motor Philippines Inc. and Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. have now officially joined the cause. Read more
Future electric cars from Nissan might alert the pedestrians by making use of an artificial sound akin to singing. Dubbed "Canto", the audio warning system addresses the major shortcoming of electric cars which are known to be near noiseless, posing a threat of accidents to the pedestrians, especially the blind and visually impaired. The Canto, so far, is the most effective way to alert the ... Read more
Latest Reviews for Nissan Cars
<exterior> The color of the bottom part of the bumper and the wheel arch is different from the body color (less glossy.) My car is white pearl. <interior> There leather seat is slippery, and has ...Read more
- Rating : 2.3
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Mar 11, 2017
Fantastic and extreme, ito ang opinion ko about this car since I owned one. Until now hindi ko pa rin lubos maisip na mayroon na akong nissan GT-R kasi akala ko hindi na matutupad ang ambisyon kong ...Read more
- Rating : 4.5
- Review by vien deelan
- Date : Aug 29, 2018
Maraming features na maipagmamalaki ang nissan GT-R. Magbibigay ako ng konting overview sa isa sa magagandang features taglay ng nissan ko for the sake of others who wants to buy a car for good. This ...Read more
- Rating : 4.3
- Review by Oga.Aleg23
- Date : Aug 22, 2018
Latest Topics for Nissan Cars
Good afternoon! I just wanna know about more its specs and details all about your brand new car, so that I have some assurances baka hindi magmeet yung standard na gusto ko, I do hope hindi mangyari yun. Anyway, do you have any model car that is really ... Read more
- Last updated : Oct 18, 2018
- Posted by jOsepH oRtega
- Replies of This topic : 2 Replies
Magandang hapon po sa inyo, baka may ideya kayo tungkol sa fuel efficiency ng brand new car nato, kasi nais ko po sanang bumili nito? Mahilig kasi kaming maghang out in the most popular places and then gusto ko sanang magtanong kung ilang kilometro po ba ... Read more
- Last updated : Oct 17, 2018
- Posted by maximo
- Replies of This topic : 1 Replies
I'm Nissan GT-R user,kadarating lang nito sa akin bumili kasi ako nang bago kasi yong dati kong Nissan GT-R hiningi sa akin nang anak ko dahil napapagod na daw siya mag commute kaya binigay ko nalang naawa naman ako sa anak ko,pero itong nabili kong ... Read more
- Last updated : Oct 3, 2018
- Posted by maximo
- Replies of This topic : 4 Replies
About Nissan Cars
Nissan – ASEAN domination by Japanese Automobile brand
Nissan Motor Corporation also known as Nissan Jidousha Kabushiki Gaisha is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturing company. It was founded on 26th December 1933 about 80 years ago and has its headquarters in Nishi-Ku, Yokohama in Japan. It markets its vehicles under three motor brands: Infiniti, NISMO and Datsun. According to a survey conducted in 2012, Nissan was the 6th largest automobile manufacturer in the world after Toyota, General Motors, Volkswagen, Hyundai and Ford. Nissan stared a joint venture with French automaker Renault in 1999 called the Renault – Nissan Alliance that together forms the 4th largest automaker in the world. Also, it is the leading Japanese motor in many countries including Mexico, Russia and China.
Nissan was founded by Masujiro Hashimoto in 1911 as Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works, which started producing cars under the model name DAT – an acronym for family names of company investors Kenjiro Den, Rokuro Aoyama and Meitaro Takeuchi. The company name underwent a few changes - Kwaishinsha Motorcar Co Ltd in 1918 and DAT Motorcar Co. Ltd in 1925. Initially, huge emphasis was laid on the production of military grade trucks to aid in wars.
After a merger in 1926 with Jitsuyo Jidousha Co Ltd based in Osaka, the company was now called DAT Jidousha Seizo Automobile Manufacturing Co Ltd which produced cars under the name – Lila. Yoshisuke Aikawa started a holding company called Nihon Sangyo in 1928 which was later renamed as Nissan. It took over DAT Jidousha in 1933 which had entered into a partnership with Tobata Casting in 1931. Nissan expanded Tobata's automobile division in 1934 which came to be known as Nissan Motor Co Ltd.
Nissan is currently managed by Chairman of Board, President & Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn, Vice Chairman Toshiyuki Shiga, Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President Joseph G Peter and Representative Director Hiroto Saikawa. Nissan operates in Philippines through an integrated system of dealership networks supervised by Nissan Philippines Inc, which is currently managed by President & Managing Director Kenji Naito – former Chief Executive Officer of Nissan Korea Co Ltd and Vice President of Nissan Motor Thailand Co Ltd.
After Nissan's alliance with Renault in1999, the latter has always held a controlling stake in the company. According to a survey conducted in 2013, major share holders in Nissan include: Renault SA (43.4%), Daimler AG (3.10%), Nippon Life Insurance Co (1.46%), GIC Pte Ltd (1.46%), Nomura Asset Management Co Ltd (0.80%), Mellon Capital Management Corporation (0.80%), Tokio Marine Holdings Inc (0.78%), Capital Research & Management Co (0.80%) and Norges Bank Investment Management (0.71%).
Nissan Philippines Inc
Nissan Philippines Inc was established on 12th December 2013 as a joint venture and collaborative effort from Nissan Motor Co Ltd, Universal Motors Corporation and Nissan Motor Philippines. The company was aimed to expand Nissan's market in Philippines by strengthening brand image, devising sales strategies and providing premium after sales services to millions of customers all over Philippines. Nissan Motor Co Ltd hold the controlling stake in the company with 51% shares followed by Universal Motors & Nissan Motor Philippines Inc holding 24.5% shares each.
Nissan offers a variety of premium car models and engines for customers to choose from. These models include mainstream cars, trucks, vans, autonomous cars, etc. Nissan Philippines Inc is the official importer and distributor of Nissan Products in Philippines which include Almera, X-Trail, Grand Livina, Altima, Sylphy, Murano, Navara, Patrol Super Safari, Urvan and Patrol Royale. Major truck models include Titan, which has been provided with a trademark F Alpha Platform also present on other Nissan models such as Armada and Infiniti QX56.
It has also recently released a very impressive range of electric vehicles which include Altra, Tiida or Versa and LEAF. According to a survey conducted in March 2014, LEAF was a best seller highway capable electric car all over the world. Nissan latest addition to its all electric arsenal is the e-NV200 that is speculated to be released in the latter half of this year.
Marketing & Sales
Nissan is the 6th largest automaker in the whole world with an annual production of 4,950,924 units employing 160,530 employees across the globe. It had generated total revenue of 11.43 trillion Yen from sales all over the world making an overall profit of 389.0 billion Yen for the financial year of 2013. Nissan Philippines Inc is committed to boosting sales and expand the company's market in Philippines along with a similar approach to all member countries of Association of South East Asian Nations – Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Brunei, Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines. It aims to increase sales by 300% to 500,000 units across all ASEAN countries. It has also projected an overall increase of 15% in market shares by the end of 2016. Nissan Philippines Inc is currently valued at a total of $9.8 million.