Tan Chong aims to sell 50,000 Nissan cars


  • Business
  • Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012

Latest model: One of the newly-launched Nissan Almera models.

PETALING JAYA: Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd, the sales and marketing arm of Tan Chong Motor Holdings Bhd, aims to sell 50,000 Nissan cars by year-end, aided by the emergence of the new Nissan Almera.

Executive director Datuk Dr Ang Bon Beng said the company would like to position Nissan Almera as the leader and best-selling B-segment, non-national sedan car in Malaysia.

Nissan Almera has four variants – 1.5E M/T (RM66,800), 1.5E A/T (RM69,800), 1.5V A/T (RM76,800) and 1.5VL A/T (RM79,800).       

“The pricing is in line with Edaran Tan Chong Motor’s commitment to provide affordable car ownership to Malaysians.       

“We would like to emulate the success that has been received for the B-segment sedan across America, Thailand and China, which has sold 500,000 units worldwide.

“We are confident that Nissan’s Best Selling Global Sedan will also repeat this success in Malaysia. Nissan Almera is not only stylishly designed, but what really sets it apart from our competitors are the premium features it has such as best-in-class legroom, boot space and premium technologies,” he said when speaking at Nissan Almera’s launch here yesterday.

In addition, the first 5,000 buyers are eligible for free service up to 10,000 km, personal insurance coverage worth RM75,000 and an attractive interest package, Ang added. — Bernama

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