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Nissan Navara Premium Plus arrives in Cambodia

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The Nissan Navara Premium Plus on display during the launch. Photo supplied

Nissan Navara Premium Plus arrives in Cambodia

Tan Chong Motor (Cambodia) Pty Ltd, the sole distributor of Nissan vehicles in Cambodia launched the latest Nissan Navara Premium Plus, which is packed with all the latest Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology features.

The launch of the latest pick-up truck took place in Phnom Penh on September 8th, followed by two more launches in Siem Reap and Battambang in the same week.

At the launching ceremony, Hout Kimmeng, Senior Country Manager for Tan Chong Motor Cambodia said, “The company’s business plan in the Kingdom of Cambodia includes expanding our sales and after sales network to have better coverage in the market as well as introduction of more new models.

“Cambodia presents a promising market growth and the management expects a gradual and steady sales growth in the next few years. With the introduction of Nissan Navara Premium Plus, which is fully imported from Thailand…, this symbolises the company’s optimism in the local automotive industry. ”

Tan Chong Motor (Cambodia) Pty. Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad (Malaysia).

What is new is that Nissan has put a lot of thoughts into how safe, how useful, how versatile the pick-up can be, with the convenience of Nissan Intelligent Mobility.

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Loh Ling Howe, GM of Business Development, Tan Chong Motor Indochina (third from left) and Chiang Teng Boon, GM for Cambodia & Laos (third from right). Photo supplied

The latest Nissan Navara Premium Plus comes with more and better safety features such as 7 SRS Airbags to ensure passengers are well protected.

The driver also gets more awareness of the surrounding environment with the installation of the latest technology of Nissan’s Intelligent Around View Monitor.

Nissan’s Intelligent Around View Monitor actually uses four different angled cameras to give the driver a 360-degree view of the vehicle to assist them with parking or manoeuvring around tight spots or tough terrains.

These four cameras are located at the front, back and sides of the vehicle, which convert all the live video into a 360-degree surround view, as if you are looking down from the top of your Nissan vehicle.

Plus, some things are so good and convenient that Nissan has retained the Intelligent Key (i-Key) with Push-Start Button to give any driver the quick hassle-free operation to unlock the vehicle, start the engine and just drive.

Inside is still the same finely crafted 8+2-way powered Zero-Gravity leather seats, Full Auto Air-Conditioning with Dual Zone Climatic Control and Rear Air-con vents that distributes cool air within the spacious cabin.

But what is nice is that the driver gets the latest Nissan’s Advanced Drive-Assist™ Display (best-in-class ADAD) 3D TFT 5-inch colour display that allows up-to 8-info-screen selection by operating the steering switches.

The digital speedometer screen is great because it displays a more accurate vehicle speed and this is truly a new enhancement for any pick-up.

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