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The adventurous Terra

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The adventurous Terra

The seven-seat Nissan Terra SUV has been well received in Cambodia due to its versatility, spaciousness and affordability. Post Auto looks at what raises the Terra above its rivals, highlighting its unique features that guarantee driving satisfaction.

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The Terra is equipped with a full-length, fully boxed versatile ladder-frame chassis, which gives it greater rigidity for the authentic off-road driving experience. It also features a five-link coil spring rear suspension system and rigid rear-wheel axle that work together to ensure strength, durability, comfort and convenience are not compromised.

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The Terra’s stylish looks make it stand out from the crowd.

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Enhanced with a Shift-On-The-Fly four-wheel drive system that allows the driver to choose between 2WD and 4H (four-wheel drive, high range) – to go from maximum fuel efficiency on the highway to serious off-road capability on command – the Nissan Terra is unique among its competitors.

And when the conditions turn really nasty, twist the dial to 4LO and count on this capable system getting you to your destination.

The Nissan Terra carries signature boomerang-shaped daytime running lights (DRL), which, while not only stylish, improve safety, with the vehicle easier to be seen during the day or in overcast conditions, while powerful LED headlights ensure improved driving at night.

The stylish Nissan V-motion grille sets in motion the Terra’s streamlined looks, with the roofline flowing sleekly to the rear, where LED rear lights complement the the SUV’s dynamic appearance.

Eighteen-inch alloy wheels are guaranteed to impress.

A sturdy side-step provides convenient entering and exiting of the vehicle.

The Terra’s 2.5 litre inline four-cylinder DOHC variable turbocharger (VGS) engine with intercooler packs a punch, while the seven-speed automatic transmission with manual mode (+/-) gives an exhilarating drive.

With the best acceleration and performance in its class, the Nissan Terra can really unleash its potential on a high-speed stretch of road, with it offering a smooth yet powerful drive. With 190 horsepower and 450Nm of torque, this fully seven-seat SUV is perfect for both urban and off-road adventures with family and friends.

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With massive ground clearance, there are no boundaries to the Nissan Terra’s versatility.

The Terra’s impressive dimensions mean it can handle even the toughest roads, while tackling flooded areas is easy.

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The Terra’s height and 4X4 capabilities make tackling flooded areas easy.

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One of the Terra’s special features is the Auto Tail Gate, which opens automatically when you approach and place your foot under the rear bumper.

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Passengers enjoy high levels of comfort in the seven-seat leather-appointed theatre-style cabin that provides flexibility and versatility.

The easily convertible space offers various combinations, such as a sliding 60:40 split second row, and 50:50 split third row seats.

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