C27 Nissan Serena S-Hybrid bookings attain 5,500 models as of Nov 1 – ETCM to hurry up manufacturing fee

Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) has revealed that, as of November 1, 2018, a complete of 5,500 bookings for the C27 Serena S-Hybrid have been made. Of that, about four,000 models of the MPV have been delivered, which equals to 73% of the bookings amassed.

To recap, the fifth-generation Serena MPV is powered by a carryover MR20DD 2.zero litre direct-injected four-cylinder petrol engine, making 150 PS at 6,000 rpm and 200 Nm at four,400 rpm. It’s fitted with a brand new dual-arm tensioner to cut back pressure on the arm belt and enhance gas effectivity, and is mated to an Xtronic CVT.

The seven-seater individuals provider additionally encompasses a 2.6 PS/48 Nm ECO electrical motor that replaces the starter motor, and Nissan claims it's good for 14.2 kilometres per litre on the European NEDC cycle.

Some noteworthy options embrace Zero Gravity seats for the primary and second row, seven USB ports scattered across the automotive, hands-free opening operate for each rear passenger doorways, a split-open tailgate, in addition to conveniences like keyless-entry with push-start, LED headlights and a 6.75-inch touchscreen unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto help.

Firm gross sales and advertising and marketing director stated: “Our meeting plant (TCMA) has been specializing in growing its manufacturing while making certain the best degree of product high quality, and repeatedly rushing the deliveries. We're extraordinarily grateful to our valued prospects for his or her steady help, understanding and persistence.”

Chances are you'll browse the total specification and gear of the brand new Nissan Serena S-Hybrid on CarBase.my. Additionally, make sure to watch our walk-around, outdated versus new comparisons, and first impressions video on the MPV, beneath.



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