2018 Nissan Almera
1.5 Acenta ManualFrom R 221,900
or R 2,699pm*
• 1.5 litre manual transmission petrol engine
• ABS with EBD
• Driver & passenger airbags
• 15-inch alloy wheels
• Air conditioning
• Audio system with aux input port
• Steering wheel audio controls
• Trip computer
2018 Nissan Almera
1.5 Acenta AutoFrom R 235,500
or R 2,899pm*
• 1.5 litre automatic transmission petrol engine
• All other features remain the same as the manual transmission model
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Nissan Almera: Get More for Less!
Affordable, eco-friendly, loads of space and packed full of accessories, the Nissan Almera Car is a vehicle that allows you to live large and feel free. Engineered to give you lots of room and comfort, the Nissan Almera is big enough for almost any family thanks to a level of legroom that you’d only expect to find in a much bigger, more expensive car.
But space is not the only thing that will make driving the Best Nissan Almera Car for your pocket so much fun to drive! Its smooth form and curvaceous musculature also hide a multitude of interior safety and comfort features, features such as a handsfree phone system, AM/FM/CD audio system with auxiliary MP3 and iPod connectivity, as well as driver and passenger airbags and ABS with EBD.
Want to know more about why the new Nissan Almera is right for your budget and your family? Then why not take one for a test drive at one of our showrooms in Kuils River, Johannesburg, Stellenbosch or Uitenhage. Alternatively we can bring the car to you! That’s right, no matter where in Cape Town or Port Elizabeth you might find yourself, we will bring the Nissan Almera right to your doorstep Contact us to book your test drive today!
2018 Nissan Almera Engine Specs
The Best Nissan Almera ever built has a 1.5 litre petrol engine and is available with either a manual or automatic transmission. The 1 498 cc unit is decidedly spritely and provides the perfect amount of power for both urban and long distance driving, which makes it a great vehicle for South African families.
|1.5L||Petrol||73 KW||134 Nm||5-speed manual|
|1.5L||Petrol||73 KW||134 Nm||4-speed automatic|
If you are looking for a more detailed Nissan Almera Engine and Vehicle Spec breakdown, then please download our latest 2018 Nissan Almera brochure to find out more.
Nissan Almera Exterior Accessories
Thanks to the great price of the Nissan Almera, there should be plenty left in the budget to add a few extra Nissan Almera accessories to your package.
- Wind deflectors
- Bonnet guards & Light guards
- Exhaust pipe finishers
- Boot spoilers
Nissan Almera Interior Accessories include:
- Carpet sets
- Boot mat carpets
Find out more about the Nissan Almera accessories that are available from our showrooms in the Western and Eastern Cape by contacting us
Nissan Almera Review
Our Nissan Almera Review team* spent 2 weeks with this wonderful passenger vehicle and find it to be a great addition to the South African family car range that Nissan is so rightly proud of.
The Group 1 team was one of the first in South Africa to get to grips with the relaunched Nissan Almera model and first impressions included a good impression of the ergonomically laid out and textured interior design. In fact, the cabin (complete with an unexpected rear passenger arm-rest) is tailored in black and grey fabric, with matching black trim on the door panels. Both of which give the impression of a much more expensive car than what the current Nissan Almera range is going for.
So How Does The Nissan Almera Drive?
With the rising cost of petrol, the Nissan Almera’s 1498cc, four-cylinder petrol engine is a welcome change to many of the fuel guzzlers available on South African roads. The figures quoted by Nissan are of an average fuel consumption of 7.3 litres per 100km on the five-speed manual version and we found this to be right on the money. However, we did not get a chance to test the four-speed auto model, but Nissan has pegged the fuel consumption at 7.2 litres per 100km. Carbon emissions are reported at 149 and 171 grams per kilometre respectively. The engine is sprightly to say the least and was not found wanting at any time during the one week review period.
Space, Space and More Space
The Nissan Almera is undoubtedly BIG on space! Two of the 4 man (and woman) review team are over 6 feet tall and both could easily sit behind each other (driver and rear passenger). But that is not the only impressive spatial achievement that Nissan has accomplished, the boot space is equally HUGE, at 490 litres. Much design emphasis has reportedly been given to the smoothing out of edges inside the boot by the Nissan engineers, which has helped to create as much usable space in the luggage area as possible.
The question now begs to be asked, is there a place for the Nissan Almera in the South African market? The answer is without a doubt a resounding YES! The entire review team has been hard pressed to find another vehicle available locally that offers even a smidgen of the space and practical family driving values at this price point. So, if you are looking for a well priced car to transport the family in, test driving one a Nissan Almera at a Group 1 Nissan showroom should be a priority for you.
*This Nissan Almera Review was compiled on the 1st of October 2013.
Nissan Almera Fuel Consumption*
The Nissan Almera boasts a highly fuel efficient engine with low-emission ratings.
|Consumption rates||Litre per 100 kms||Kilometres per Litre|
|1.5 Acenta MT||6.3 L/100 km||15.87 km/litre|
|1.5 Acenta Auto||7.2 L/100 km||13.89 km/litre|
Nissan Almera Safety Features
Both the automatic and manual versions of the Nissan Almera have the following safety features as standard:
- Driver & Passenger Airbags
- Driver Seat Belt Reminder
- Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
- Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
- Brake Assist (BA)
- ISOFIX Child Anchors & Tether Anchor
- High Mounted Stop Lamp
Nissan Almera Dimensions
You can pack more into an Nissan Almera than what you might think! Check out the dimensions of the Nissan Almera below:
- Overall Length: 4425mm
- Overall Width: 1695mm
- Overall Height: 1505mm
- Wheelbase: 2600mm
- Ground Clearance: 160mm
- Turning Circle: 5.2m
Nissan Almera Colours
The Nissan Almera is available in 6 different colours, all of which compliment the style and design of the vehicle:
- Pearl White
- Brownish Gray
Please Note! All metallic orders will be treated as special orders.
Frequently Asked Nissan Almera Questions and Answers
Which Nissan Almera should I buy?Show The Answer +
The Almera comes in one trim level and the only difference between the two vehicles that we sell is the transmission type. So the answer to your question would be which transmission do you prefer, manual or automatic. Once you’ve made that decision you’ll know which Almera is right for you! Rest assure however, no matter which Almera you choose you are guaranteed a reliable car that is safe, economical and practical.
What are the variants of the Nissan Almera?Show The Answer +
The Nissan Almera is available in two variants and one trim level. These model variants are 1.5 Acenta Manual and the 1.5 Acenta Automatic. Standard features in both cars include ABS with EBD, driver & passenger airbags, 15-inch alloy wheels, a steering wheel with audio controls and much, much more!
Which Nissan Almera model is the best?Show The Answer +
The only difference between the two model variants in the Almera range is the type of transmission it uses. To answer this question you’ll need to decide if you prefer an automatic transmission or a manual transmission.
What is the top of the range Nissan Almera?Show The Answer +
The Nissan Almera comes in 1 trim level, with the only difference between the two vehicles being transmission type. Please book a test drive to help you decide which vehicle best suits your needs.
Is the Nissan Almera AWD?Show The Answer +
No, the Nissan Almera is a front-engine, front-wheel-drive compact family car.
Is the Nissan Almera automatic?Show The Answer +
Yes, there is both a 4-speed automatic transmission and a 5-speed manual transmission option available in South Africa.
Is the Nissan Almera a diesel?Show The Answer +
No, currently there are no diesel engine New Almera options available in South Africa. However, the previous generation Almera did have a Diesel engine option, so please take a look at our Used Almera page on this site to see if a Diesel Almera is available there. Alternatively contact us at one of our Group 1 Nissan Used Car Dealerships to enquire about current Used Diesel Almera availability.
What are the safety features in the Nissan Almera?Show The Answer +
The safety features in the current Almera range include front disc, rear drum brakes, driver and passenger airbags, driver seat belt reminder, ABS, EBD, Brake Assist, ISOFIX child seat anchors, a high mounted rear stop light, a NATS immolbiliser and the Nissan DataDot anti-theft identification system.
Is the Nissan Almera reliable?Show The Answer +
Yes it is! Not only has the Nissan brand built its name on the reliability of their vehicles, but the Almera comes standard with a 6 year or 150 000km (whichever comes first) Paint and Mechanical Warranty, proving that the Nissan Almera is a quality vehicle that you can trust.
What size engine does the Nissan Almera have?Show The Answer +
The current range of Almera have a 1.5 litre, 1498cc petrol driven engine that powers it.