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Nissan Ghana launches new Pathfinder, Teana models

Nissan Ghana last Saturday launched the 2014 Pathfinder and Teana models at the Chase Restaurant in Accra.
Powered by Nissan's legendary 3.5 litre V6 petrol engine, producing 190kW power and 325Nm of torque, the new Nissan Pathfinder offers smooth, premium driving and 4x4 capabilities that push the limits of any terrain.
The 2014 Pathfinder model's spacious interior is designed around passenger comfort and the power delivery is both effective and appropriate for the vehicle’s purpose.

Pressed into service as the family car for a weekend away, the Pathfinder’s roominess and outward vision in all three rows is an impressive feature.
The seats are deeply cushioned yet still very supportive.

For the All-New Nissan TEANA, every inch and detail of the car has been meticulously crafted for those who appreciate beauty.
Sleek stylish curves, advanced innovation and luxury seamlessly meet to offer an exceptional ride.
Equipped with the newly developed QR25DE engine and low-and mid-range torque improved by enhanced combustion and emission efficiencies, this powerful engine has Twin C-VTC (Twin Continuously Variable-valve Timing Control).
This engine better matches various engine conditions while optimising fuel efficiency and providing an agile, smooth driving experience in the city as well as powerful, precise acceleration for overtaking on highways.

Just like going first-class on a flight, the All-New Nissan TEANA comes with a “Zero-Gravity inspired” Seat Design that helps reduce muscular and spinal loads, and improve blood flow.
It helps reduce fatigue over long periods behind the wheel ensuring a comfortable driving experience especially during long-distance trips. Also, interior noise has been greatly reduced in the All-New Nissan TEANA.
To enhance the premium experience of the All-New Nissan TEANA, there are 9 BOSE Premium Audio System Speakers which provide an impressive surround sound experience.
Nissan Ghana Sales Manager, Eugene Alden Fessi says there are flexible payment options for interested people who want to experience the new cars.
There are purchase packages that allows for up to four years to pay up, he said.
Chris Tsegah, Marketing Manager said the new models are a response to customer desire for a fuel-efficent, stylish and comfortable cars.

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