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Nissan Almera

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Originally used in Europe to replace the long-running Sunny nameplate, denoting a version of the Nissan Pulsar. The Almera name tied in with the slightly more established Primera in the mid-size sector. Almera Classic was used for the Samsung SM3 in Ukraine and Russia. Almera was also used for the Samsung SM3 in Central America and Ecuador, for the revived Nissan Sunny in Thailand, and the Nissan Bluebird Sylphy in Russia. In 2019, the Almera name was applied to a B-segment sedan made in México, exported to the US as the Versa.



Marque: Nissan | Predecessors: Nissan Sunny, Nissan Prairie | Successor: Samsung SM3







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