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New and Used Nissan Serena for Sale Philippines 2017

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In your search for the best minivan or MPV in the used car market, it might be easy for you to overlook certain models that aren’t absolute lookers, but are definitely up to the challenge and fit right into your budget. The Nissan Serena is a great example of a front-wheel drive MPV that is unfairly overlooked, but deserves a fair chance. This vehicle has a seating capacity for up to 10 people, and is ready to win the hearts of individuals who are in need of a versatile minivan that simply does its job well.

Also known as the Suzuki Landy in Japan and the successor of the Nissan Vanette, the Nissan Serena was first manufactured in 1991 at the Nissan Oppama Plant. It was brought into the country by Nissan Motors Philippines (NMP) in 2002, which was then in its second generation. Although the Nissan Serena was the best-selling minivan in Japan from 2007-2009, it didn’t perform well in terms of sales in the Philippines, so in 2012, NMP had no choice but to pull out the Serena from their local offerings. However, the Nissan Serena is still up and about in other markets overseas as its current fourth generation offers a Serena hybrid variant.

It’s unfortunate that the Nissan hybrid MPV, the Serena S Hybrid, didn’t get to enter the Philippine auto scene, and probably won’t for a while. Nonetheless, the Nissan Serena persevered to work on its flaws and upgraded for the benefit of markets that remain loyal to it. The fourth generation focuses on being an eco-friendly family MPV with ECO technologies such as the direct-injection engine with Xtronic CVT and Idling Stop System.

Minivans or MPVs are not exactly the top choice for Filipino drivers, unless they have a growing family (three kids or more), a transport business, or other commercial ventures. Then again, the fact that minivans are among the most efficient and roomiest rides can’t be denied by anyone, making it a tough competitor between the Hyundai Starex vs Kia Carnival vs Toyota Innova.




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Nissan Serena overall score by Carmudi's car expert:
3.7 stars


Nissan Serena Review in the Philippines

Nissan Serena Specs and Performance

The Nissan Serena Philippines minivan from 2002-2007 has an SR20DE 1,998 cc engine that gives out 145 horsepower and 183 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the 2008-2012 Serena model, which is considered to be the last batch in the country, has a QR25DE 2,488cc engine that generates 160 horsepower and 245 Nm of torque. Its MacPherson Strut and a multi-link suspension system at the rear allows for a smooth and comfortable ride, while its engine (when not extremely loaded) is powerful enough to climb uphill without considerable effort and noise.

The following are the basic dimensions of Nissan Serena manual and automatic transmission MPVs that were sold in the country:

Nissan Serena Fuel Consumption

Below is a list of some popular Nissan Serena years and their fuel consumption rates:

Second hand Nissan Serena fuel consumption:

  • Nissan Serena 2012: 8 l/100km  
  • Nissan Serena 2011: 10 l/100km
  • Nissan Serena 2010: 5 l/100km 
  • Nissan Serena 2009: 7.7 l/100km
  • Nissan Serena 2008: 7.5 l/100km
  • Nissan Serena 2007: 7.0 l/100km


Nissan Serena Features

Nissan Serena Convenience and Entertainment Features

The Nissan Serena has great interior spaciousness that boasts of large windows to make it a more comfortable and enjoyable ride for everyone. It also comes equipped with an ECO motor to help make the engine quieter and restart quicker.

  • Electronic Retractable Monitor
  • Meter display
  • Air conditioner
  • Power steering
  • Navigation package
  • Smart-Up third seat


Nissan Serena Safety Features

For a minivan that can seat as much as ten people, the Nissan Serena won’t take its chances. Therefore, you can rest easy as the Serena moves forward with the following safety features:

  • Active head restraints
  • Back-up Sensors
  • ISOFIX child safety seat buckle
  • Vehicle stability and traction control
  • Uphill start assist system (HSA)
  • LED rear brake lamps


Nissan Serena Design

Nissan Serena Interior

More of a people carrier than a driver pleaser, the modern Nissan Serena’s interior has a slew of entertainment, functional, and convenience features that will surely satisfy a lot of people. Covered seats, floor storage compartments, tray tables, two independent front and rear air-conditioning, CD/USB/MP3/WMA audio mixes with four speakers, 10-inch LCD display screen, and easily adjustable seats make up its interiors. Still not impressed? Check out its other impressive features:

  • Smart Multi Center Seat
  • Leather upholstery
  • VCD player
  • Radio
  • Climate Controls
  • Multi Graphic Upper Meter


Nissan Serena Exterior

As with most Japanese minivans, the outside of the Serena can be described as tall and narrow, but don’t let those two qualities fool you because the Serena is packed to the brim. Exterior features include headlights attached to an intelligent sensor switch, plated door handles, front fog lights, alloy wheels, rear and side privacy glass, tailpipe finisher, and rear wipers. More features include:

  • Slide door opening
  • One touch auto slide door
  • 4 headlights
  • Upward-slanting D pillars
  • Crystal-like rear lamps
  • High-mounted stop lamps


Nissan Serena Color Options

The Nissan Serena is available in the following colors:

  • Rose Bronze
  • Imperial Amber
  • Blue Moon White Pearl
  • Diamond Black
  • Coral Orange
  • Brilliant Silver


Nissan Serena Price List in the Philippines

The Nissan Serena, although short lived in the Philippine car market, is still a popular car in its segment. Drivers are generally drawn to a second hand Serena for sale due to its reliable nature, a characteristic of the Nissan brand. Below are the average prices of popular 2nd hand Nissan Serena Philippines models according to Carmudi's listings: 

Second Hand Nissan Serena Price in the Philippines

  • Nissan Serena 2005 price in the Philippines: P210,000
  • Nissan Serena 2004 price in the Philippines: P215,000
  • Nissan Serena 2003 price in the Philippines: P295,000
  • Nissan Serena 2002 price in the Philippines: P298,000
  • Nissan Serena 2001 price in the Philippines: P280,000
  • Nissan Serena 2000 price in the Philippines: P200,000


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