Nissan Lannia could be badged a 'Bluebird' for Malaysia

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Published on April 1st, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Nissan Lannia could be badged a ‘Bluebird’ for Malaysia

It was designed by Chinese, built by Chinese for the Chinese people, and ultimately, for the world. Positioned as a “sedan theory-breaker,” This Nissan Lannia is the result of strong collaboration between Nissan Design China in Beijing and the Nissan Global Design Center, and features an energetic, sleek and agile design for young trendsetters.

Now this Nissan could be built in right hand drive, for sale in Asia……and Malaysia perhaps. Inside, the Nissan Lannia incorporates a dashboard and center console oriented to the driver. With a small note of color in the form of two-tone combination. His style is also here in a sports court, with a flat-bottomed steering wheel or seats with leather upholstery on the sides. But the greatest emphasis is placed on a technology that takes center stage with its 7-inch touch screen and its multiple options of connectivity. Lannia now provides built-in infotainment technologies such as a modern audio system with Smartphone connectivity.

The Nissan Lannia comes with a 1.6-liter petrol engine and has a maximum power of 125hp and 113 pound-feet of torque. The engine comes with a 5-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed AMT. Lets wait for the right hand drive version to emerge.


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One Response to Nissan Lannia could be badged a ‘Bluebird’ for Malaysia

  1. Philip Yong says:

    Good article sharing. In my opinion, I don’t think it will be called as Bluebird in Malaysia as Chinese people in Malaysia (especially Hokkien group) are sensitive with the name.

    Instead of Bluebird, I may think that Nissan Lannia will be called as Nissan Sentra due to engine capacity.

    In addition, in the past, I guess it will be called as Nissan Primera, but Malaysians are strange of Nissan Primera

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