2011 Nissan Elgrand


This is the brand-new Nissan Elgrand, which is a functional minivan with a touch of luxury, specially designed for Japanese Domestic Market.

Granted, it looks a bit odd outside Japan, but it’s different and after all it’s a nice and cool design for a minivan.

Despite its segment, the car is loaded with features yo normally see in an upper class sedan. It’s come as standard with leather seats which are also electronically adjustable and foldable, high-end multimedia system with 11-inch electronic retractable monitor, and an optional Private Theater System powered by a Bose® 5.1 Surround Sound System, which is a first for a minivan.

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As for the powertrains, you can have it with either the 2.5-liter QR25DE engine with maximum output of 125kW(170PS)/5600rpm and maximum torque of 245Nm, or the good old 3.5-liter VQ35DE with maximum output of 206kW(280PS)/6400rpm and maximum torque of 344Nm.

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Some of the standard safety features in Elgrand include Intelligent Cruise Control (350Highway STAR Premium, 350Highway STAR manufacturer option), School zone safe driving guide, Safe driving support system, Xenon headlamps, Auto light system (linked front wipers, dawn sensors), Active AFS (350Highway STAR Premium, 350Highway STAR standard), Halogen fog lamp equipped front bumper, Side under mirror, VDC (Vehicle Dynamics Control (TCS functionality included), ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) + Break Assist + EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution control system).

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