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Japanese car brand Nissan renews partnership with the Department of Tourism for its Safe Trips campaign.
When the Department of Tourism launched the Safe Trips campaign alongside car brand Nissan in November 2020, the idea was simple: promote travel in an era when people were hesitant to step out of their homes. It was a logical partnership as the ...
 
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One afternoon in the Leaf.
Nissan officially launched its fully electric vehicle the Leaf in the Philippines in May this year, but its arrival has been a long time coming. In 2018, it was the star attraction at the Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit, but a Nissan exec ...
 
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What’s so special about this gorgeous classic Japanese sports car?
Bring a Trailer (BaT), a popular U.S.-based classic car auction site announced the bid results of a very special classic 1971 Datsun 240Z. The car was listed in late August but failed to reach the undisclosed reserve amount.So what’s so special about ...
 
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Nissan recently unveiled the latest version of its iconic Z sports car.
When we talk about Japanese car culture, there is, perhaps, no other letter in the alphabet that stirs up so much passion and excitement as the letter Z. This of course, refers to Nissan’s Z sports car, whose seventh generation the Japanese ...
 
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One of the world’s biggest selling EVs makes the case for the electrification of mobility.
It took 10 years and 500,000 units sold elsewhere in the world, but the Nissan Leaf is finally in Manila. The Japanese carmaker’s full battery electric vehicle made its official debut in the country on Sunday via a Facebook Live reveal, but ...
 
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We drive Nissan’s new pickup truck on the ultimate off-road track.
It’s five minutes past four on a Wednesday afternoon, and I’m sitting in the last Nissan Navara in a convoy of pickup trucks in the sand dunes of Ilocos Norte. There’s a light breeze outside but shirts stick to people’s backsides as ...
 
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Barriers to mass adoption of EVs are falling, but more still needs to be done.
In 2018, a study by Frost & Sullivan said that nearly half (about 46 percent) of all potential car buyers in the Philippines displayed an openness to buying an electric vehicle (EV). The main motivating factors for widespread adoption include better safety ...
 
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133 workers to be displaced.
Nissan is closing its production facility in Laguna, which effectively ends its assembly operations in the Philippines, the Department of Trade and Industry announced on Thursday, January 21. The DTI said Nissan informed the agency that it will cease aseemblig its Almera model ...
 
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The DOT is partnering with Nissan for a campaign to shake up domestic tourism.
In 2019, tourism contributed 12.7 percent to the country’s GDP. That’s about P2.48 trillion, which is nearly 11 percent higher than the P2.24 trillion the sector generated in 2018.ALSO READ: TOURISMPristine Boracay Leads Careful Tourism Reopening in PhilippinesPalawan, Boracay Once Again Recognized ...
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