Can the 2020 Nissan Almera Make Up For Lost Time?
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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This week, we breeze through the Budget 2021 for the mobility sector and the annoying issue of scanning codes at petrol stations to discuss infotainment touchscreen systems and their usability in terms of safety and amenities. With the amount of car functions now being integrated into a single touchscreen, how can we ensure that drivers remain fully focused on navigating our roads?
We do discuss cars in Part 2, as we go through the expansion of Hyundai's new performance brand, and why their premium luxury brand, Genesis might find it difficult to sell their cars here. Our car review focuses on the 2020 Nissan Almera - the return of Nissan Malaysia's hottest selling vehicle of... 2013. We find out whether it can replicate its successes in an increasingly competitive car segment.
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Ariff Roose
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Categories: Business Analysis, Auto
Tags: Budget 2021, Automotive Sector, Hyundai, N Performance, Touchscreens, Infotainment, Driving, Genesis, Proton, Nissan, Almera, Honda, Tan Chong Motors,