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Nissan is known for its quality, powerful performance and reasonably priced vehicles. Established back in 1914, Nissan is the sixth largest automaker in the world with a comprehensive catalogue of both new and used models sold in Malaysia.

Where are Nissan cars made?

Nissan cars are mainly made in Japan and imported to other countries worldwide. In Malaysia, Nissan opened their own facility known as Tan Chong Motors to assemble Completely Knocked Down (CKD) Nissan cars in Segambut, Kuala Lumpur. 

Are used Nissan cars reliable?

According to a survey by Reliability Index, Nissan ranked ninth out of  32 brands for reliability with a score of 88 percent. The Nissan X-Trail also ranked in the top 100 most reliable cars of 2020. 

Are Nissan cars expensive to maintain?

All Nissan cars come with a seven-year unlimited mileage warranty where the last two years cover repairs and services for the engine, transmission, as well as selected parts. Maintenance costs incurred after the warranty period ranges roughly between RM207* and RM1,022*, depending on the model and the severity of the repair. 

*Estimates are based on service repairs without major engine or gearbox overhauls.

How much is the road tax for a Nissan? 

The road tax for a Nissan depends on the engine cc. For a Nissan Almera 1.5 (1498 cc), the road tax costs RM90, while the fee for a Nissan GTR-R5 (3799 cc) costs RM5,726.

What is the depreciation rate  of a Nissan? 

Based on Carsome insights, the Nissan Grand Livina recorded an average depreciation rate of 35 percent in the first three years of ownership. This low depreciation rate is – to some extent – was influenced by the fuel consumption factor which is arguably low for a larger sized car. However, the rate varies based on factors such as the car’s condition and mileage. 

Is insurance expensive for a used Nissan?

Insurance rate is calculated based on the market price of your car, coverage type, location, engine capacity and your No Claims Discount (NCD). A used Nissan Almera 1.5 (1498 cc) in Peninsula Malaysia without a NCD will cost roughly RM1,190* yearly, compared to a brand new Nissan Almera at RM1,967*.

*Based on estimations of used and new car prices. 

Where can you repair or service a Nissan car in Malaysia?

Tan Chong Ekspres Auto Servis or TCEAS is the dedicated After Sales Service provider for all Nissan vehicles in Malaysia. There are over 85 Service Centres, in addition to 19 Body & Paint Center (BPC) for accident repairs nationwide.

Where can you find spare parts for Nissan cars in Malaysia?

You can get factory-trained expertise and genuine Nissan replacement parts at Tan Chong Ekspres Auto Servis or TCEAS.

What are the safety features of Nissan cars? 

Safety features in Nissan cars include Nissan Safety Shield 360 which consist of six Nissan Intelligent Mobility that monitors the front, back and both sides of the car. 

What are the three elements of Nissan Intelligent Mobility?

The three elements of Nissan Intelligent Mobility are Driving, Power and Integration that allows drivers to move easily, efficiently and in a more environmentally-friendly way. 

How does the Nissan Intelligent Key operate?

The Nissan Intelligent Key uses an antenna that sends signals between the car and the key, as well as a tuner that receives the signals. It is a technology that allows the driver to lock and unlock the doors, while it can also start the vehicle with the simple push of a button. 

What are Nissan’s best cars?

Some of Nissan’s popular cars in Malaysia include the Nissan Almera, Nissan Serena S-Hybrid, Nissan X-Trail, and Nissan Sentra. 

What is Nissan’s most affordable car? 

The Nissan Almera is the most affordable Nissan car sold in Malaysia which is priced at RM65,000. 

Is the Nissan LEAF an electric vehicle (EV)? 

Nissan LEAF is Nissan's first fully electric car that has a 148bhp electric motor which generates its energy from a 40kWh battery. When driven, the standard Nissan LEAF goes from zero to 100 kmph in below eight seconds.