Nissan launches its second eco-car in Thailand, this one a sedan version. The Japanese auto maker also hopes the Almera will explode the myth that eco-cars have to be small and plain. At 177 in. (443 cm) long, it is bigger than its B-segment peers and features a spacious and reasonably comfortable cabin. Thailand becomes the fifth destination for Nissan’s V-architecture-based Almera, which is already built for markets including China and the U.S., where it is called the Sunny and Versa, ...

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