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New and Used Nissan Terrano for Sale Philippines 2017

Nissan Terrano for sale | Nissan Terrano Price


The Terrano is the name given to the Philippine market second-generation Pathfinder. It’s quite the old car—the last models sold in the Philippines were made circa 2003. As the result of a joint venture between Nissan and Ford, the vehicle was meant to be the representative of both manufacturers in the burgeoning SUV/CUV market. Since then, the market has boomed and every car manufacturer with a decent lineup has their own CUV/SUV model.

Though it was one of the pioneers that defined its category, the Terrano has been overcome by its younger, more refined and more frequently tweaked counterparts. The Terrano’s road manners may feel archaic and crude by today’s standards, but if you’re looking for a Nissan Terrano for sale in the Philippines, then this CUV is an ideal choice for those with large families or those who need to travel through all sorts of terrain all the time.



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Nissan Terrano overall score by Carmudi's car expert:
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Nissan Terrano Review in the Philippines

Nissan Terrano Specs and Performance

Two engines have powered the Philippine-release Terrano. One is a 2.7-liter diesel engine with 84 hp and 117 Nm, while the other is a carburetor-fed 2.4 gasoline engine that posts 103 hp and 181 Nm. The 2.7L Nissan Terrano diesel engine has been around since the vehicle’s launch but was greatly improved in 1996 when it gained more power and an intercooler. The gas engine doesn’t have strong acceleration, but doesn’t stress itself at highway speeds. Nissan Terrano suspension system consists of a torsion bar at the front and a solid axle with coil springs at the rear.

Nissan Terrano Fuel Consumption

The Terrano can be considered a throwback to the nineties when large vehicles were all the rage and they had every right to have unrefined road manners because of their size. Vehicles like the Terrano certainly did have their place then, but now cars like these have been left behind by the demand for more practical, more city-friendly, and more fuel economic vehicles. Below are the fuel ratings for the Terrano’s last years:

Second hand Nissan Terrano fuel consumption:

  • Nissan Terrano 2003: 10.3 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan Terrano 2002: 10.0 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan Terrano 2001: 10.7 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan Terrano 2000: 10.7 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan Terrano 1998: 15.9 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan Terrano 1996: 19.8 l/100km average rating


Nissan Terrano Features

Nissan Terrano Convenience and Entertainment Features

With the Terrano, Nissan’s utilitarian approach to design is evident in its exterior. But before you think the Terrano car is only good with the basics, you should know that its interior was dubbed one of the classiest by many car reviewers. The fact that it was based on the Nissan Hardbody pick-up design makes it more reliable, with durability as its unique feature. Having a 5-speed manual transmission works to its advantage, especially during off-roading. Able to meet most transport needs, the Terrano offers good load flexibility plus the ability to seat seven adults conveniently and comfortably, thanks to the following features:

  • Bose-powered audio system
  • Nine-speakers
  • Trip computer
  • Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Dual visor vanity mirrors
  • Remote keyless entry


Nissan Terrano Safety Features

Luxury vehicles are expected to have top-of-the-line safety features upon their release, and the Nissan Terrano was equipped with some of the best. Here are upscale the safety and protection systems and equipment to expect when you purchase a later model Terrano:

  • Side impact beams
  • Fully automatic headlamps
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS)
  • Center high mounted stop light
  • Driver and passenger airbags
  • Front seatbelt pretensioners


Nissan Terrano Design

Nissan Terrano Interior

The Terrano’s decently spaced cabin is characterized by high quality plastic material. In well-maintained Terranos from the late 1990s, the design of these quality plastics does not seem outdated at all. The Terrano interior also features fabric covered seats, foldable rear seats, legible instrument gauges and easy-to-reach controls. Other basic features include:


  • In-dash CD/mp3 player
  • Air conditioning with rear controls
  • Telescopic steering wheel
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Cruise control
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror


Nissan Terrano Exterior

The Terrano’s massive grille is often the main focus of the vehicle’s façade—it has remained big, bold and imposing throughout its run. A long wheelbase coupled with the vehicle’s five-door format assures a vast interior space. The rest of the exterior is consistent with Nissan’s styling language for its Patrol and Pathfinder SUVs.

  • 16-inch wheels
  • Automatic on/off headlights
  • Fog lights
  • Solar glass and rear privacy glass
  • Dual power heated outside mirrors
  • Power sliding glass sunroof


Nissan Terrano Color Options

The Philippine market Nissan Terrano was available in eight classy colors, six of which are listed below:

  • Burnt Copper Pearl
  • Chrome Silver Metallic
  • Crystal Blue Metallic
  • Glacier Pearl
  • Merlot Pearl
  • Polished Pewter Metallic


Nissan Terrano Price List in the Philippines

A new Nissan Terrano is no longer purchasable locally, but the vehicle is still very much in production in other markets. In North America, where the Terrano goes by the Nissan Pathfinder name, the vehicle has a starting price of just under $30,000. If you want to purchase a 2nd hand Nissan Terrano, you can still do so via professional vehicle importers. That said, a second hand Nissan Terrano Philippines can be found all around the country. If it’s a well-maintained used Nissan Terrano you’re looking for, you can find plenty of great options in Carmudi’s listings.

Second Hand Nissan Terrano Price in the Philippines

  • Nissan Terrano 2003 price in the Philippines: P250,000
  • Nissan Terrano 2002 price in the Philippines: P220,000
  • Nissan Terrano 2001 price in the Philippines: P200,000
  • Nissan Terrano 1999 price in the Philippines: P195,000
  • Nissan Terrano 1998 price in the Philippines: P399,000
  • Nissan Terrano 1997 price in the Philippines: P200,000


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