Nissan's Almera bows out
UK: Sunderland plant builds last Nissan Almera
|...After 6 years and 639,000 units, the last Nissan Almera rolled off the production line at Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd (NMUK) in Sunderland in recent days. The popular Nissan Almera bows out after 6 years on the market. The car was built in the UK and is being replaced by the new Note...
|...The last Nissan Almera has rolled off production lines at the company's Sunderland manufacturing facility in the UK. The European-built Almera was launched in January 2000 and since then around 639,000 units have been produced. Nearly 115,000 Almeras...
|The Nissan Almera is a small family car built by Nissan, launched in 1995. It competes with the Toyota Corolla, Mazda 3, Ford Focus, VW Golf, Hyundai Elantra and Honda Civic.
The Almera name is essentially the European export-market name for the Nissan Pulsar / Nissan Sentra / Nissan Bluebird.
The Nissan Almera was designed to offer best-in-class equipment and technology and was always considered a very road capable car offering sharp, precise handling, minimal bodyroll and awesome tire grip. Especially in the GTI and post 2003 versions. Within its class the Almera was considered the "driver's car".