The Nissan Teana was originally launched in 2007 and in 2009 Nissan introduced the latest variant. The Teana is powered by a 3-litre V6 and comes with a CVT gearbox. Its competitors are the Skoda
Superb, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Volkswagen Passat. The Teana was earlier a CBU (completely built unit) but now Nissan has started assembling the sedan in Chennai.
Nissan announced today the debut of the re-designed Teana luxury sedan across Japan. Built especially for the Japanese automarket the new Teana shows a new grille, bumper and headlight design. The new model comes with bi-xenon headlights and Active AFS system as standard for the Teana 250XV and 350XV models and features.
Being a luxury sedan the vehicle features some of the best advanced safety systems like the side blind-spot monitor and a back-view monitor. At the interior the navigation system comes as a standard feature as well as the new Bose sorround sound audio system designed to deliver concert-hall-like sound quality. Press release after the jump!
Nissan revealed the new Teana premium sedan at the 2008 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition.
"When we introduced Teana in 2004, it sent a clear signal that Nissan was serious about growth in China," said Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO, Nissan Motor Company Ltd. "The all-new Teana again demonstrates our commitment to high quality and world-class products for the Chinese consumer," continued Ghosn.
Teana was designed under the concept of modern luxury and relaxation. Defined by a bodyline that is a graceful and sweeping arc, the new Teana embodies sophistication. Known as a pioneer of the "modern living" concept through its first generation, the Teana evolves the interior design to focus on relaxation for all passengers.
Teana is available with the combination of the highly regarded V6 engine (VQ25DE and VQ35DE versions) and XTRONIC CVT. This combination provides both high performance yet refined long distance cruising. For China, a four-cylinder in-line engine (MR20DE) is also available, designed to maximize fuel economy and performance.