Based on the distributor’s Facebook post, the Nissan Serena looks like it will get a facelift for the Malaysian market this year. The MPV, which is still in its fifth generation (C27), was first launched in 2018 and is now offered with the S-Hybrid Generation and two variants – 2.0L Highway Star and 2.0L Premium Highway Star (Black or Two-Tone). Has been packaged).
From what you can see, the new Serena will get a more smooth V-motion grille with a slim chrome track and Fake The chrome corners of the redesigned grille are also attached to the original lamp section which still retains the same design. The front and rear bumpers have been slightly updated.
Variations are more visible in the Highway Star version, including a twin V-motion grille that extends downward, part of the center of the air opening. It has a more aggressive front bumper with a black finish and chrome details around it, as well as L-shaped details in the corners; These are also found on the rear, with larger clusters of taillights, extending to the side.
Inside, Serena was given a slight update in terms of finishing and a redesigned instrument cluster. The rest of it remains the same as the existing model, the same for both variants.
The FB message did not include a full list of specifications, but did say that the new Serena will come with active security measures such as AEB, lane change alerts and a blind spot monitor. The current Serena is not equipped with that feature. Its standard safety kit includes six airbags, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), Traction Control, Climb Start Assistance, Enclosure with Intelligent Moving Object Detection (i-MOD) and Intelligent Driver Alertness (i-DA).
Several more systems are expected to be added to the model Facelift These will be Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Emergency Assist for Paddle Misapplication. The previously provided optional semi-autonomous ProPILOT feature has been given an update with better speed control for slower braking in different driving situations.
There is no mention of what generation the new Serena will use, although it is expected to be paired with the same S-Hybrid system. These include the MR20DD 2.0-liter direct-injection, four-cylinder petrol engine with 150 PS at 6,000 rpm and 200 Nm of torque at 4,400 rpm.
Combined with the Xtronic CVT, the system also includes a 2.6 PS and 48 Nm SM24 ECO electric motor that acts as an alternator and starter motor, helping to control system laziness, regenerate energy and provide acceleration assistance.
In Japan, the S-Hybrid Hall offers one of two power generation systems, the other is an EM57 electric motor (136 PS and 320 Nm) featuring an e-power system that delivers power in a three-cylinder 1.2-liter HR12DE. Engine (84 PS and 103 Nm) – No direct connection to the engine wheels.
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Posted by Nissan Puchang ENG on Wednesday, May 4, 2022