20 June 2012

Ghana: Nissan Almera Hits Ghanaian Market

Japan Motors Trading Company Limited, a leading automobile company in Ghana, has added another innovative and sleek new car known as Nissan Almera onto the competitive Ghanaian automobile market.

Almera, which comes in different colours such as white, white pearl, new silver, claret red, infinite black and titanium grey, shares a new Nissan global design direction taken by Nissan and Japan Motors, the General Manager In-charge of Sales and Marketing of Japan Motors, Mr. Imad Antoine Ghorayeb, told journalists at the launch in Accra, yesterday.

The key features of the car, he mentioned, include comfortable, spacious interior, environmental friendly, fuel economic, and low pollution.

Mr. Ghorayeb was quick to add that "the design comes with a premium feel, good visibility and class level," and encouraged individuals and corporate Ghana to patronise the new Almera for their business, private, and family uses.

Touching on the exterior of the newly-launched car, he indicated that the exterior was made of sculptural with muscle power, sleek, sporty and smooth, as well as eye power-strongly focussed on the headlamps, while the interior comes with audio control on steering wheels, high quality upscale interior, full engineered layout with top level room length.

"With the launch, the new Almera cars are now available at all our showrooms across the length and breadth of the country at an affordable price," Mr. Imad Antoine Ghorayeb stated.

The Marketing Manager of Japan Motors, Madam Hilda Peasah, disclosed that as part of the 100 years anniversary of the Kalmoni Group, a series of activities would be carried out to mark the celebration.

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