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Go anywhere with Nissan Terra

It’s more than a splash-and-dash job. The Nissan Terra gets a fresher and sleeker look as well as an enhanced Nissan Advance Display Audio.

Go anywhere with Nissan Terra

“In Nissan, we believe that driving should be something exciting, enjoyable, and, most importantly, safe. We want to enable our customers to take on any adventure without limits. By improving the accessibility of the Terra’s NIM features through the new Nissan Advanced Display Audio system, we aspire to empower the Filipino people to go anywhere with confidence.” said Atsushi Najima, Nissan Philippines President and Managing Director.

The upgrade will have the Nissan Terra fitted with the larger screen of the Nissan Advanced Display Audio, allowing an enhanced user interface for easier operation of Nissan Intelligent Mobility features. The 8” capacitive touchscreen also allows better and heightened usability of the Around View Monitor, so that users can see and do more, while utilizing Nissan’s technology. 

The vehicle also supports Android Auto and Apple Carplay, allowing users to conveniently operate Android and Apple functions directly from the audio unit. These include easier access to their mobile assistant, navigation apps, and music players while on the go.

Finally, the updated Nissan Terra’s exterior is refreshed with a rear roof spoiler for a sportier and more dynamic appearance. It also features a new black-colored front grille, to add sophistication to the overall look. 

The upgraded exterior with the new Nissan Advanced Display Audio system is now available for Nissan Terra 4X2 VE variants and up.  

Nissan Philippines, which began operations in 2014,  has become one of the fastest-growing automotive companies in the Philippines, closing Fiscal Year 2018 with a 58% growth versus the previous Fiscal Year.

Topics: Nissan Advance Display Audio , Nissan Terra , Nissan Philippines , Atsushi Najima

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