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Ever heard of Nissan Intelligent Mobility?

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Ever heard of Nissan Intelligent Mobility?

The Nissan Intelligent Mobility suite of technologies that make driving more convenient, safe, and exciting is available on the Terra, Navara and X-Trail.

To name a few advanced safety features, Intelligent Around View Monitor (I-AVM), which provides a 360-degree bird’s-eye view of your vehicle; eliminates the guesswork out of parallel parking, allowing you to reverse into a parking slot like a pro.

With Moving Object Detection (MOD) to detect moving objects around the vehicle when it is in park or slowly manoeuvring; the system then alerts the driver both visually and audibly.

There’s also the Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control, which make steep climbs and descents much easier to manage.

They come in handy on family road trips, where your vehicle has to deal with an increased load.

If you’re driving off-road, the Intelligent 4x4 allows you to tackle the trails with confidence and ease. Other neat features like the Lane Departure Warning make driving on our chaotic streets safer—which is always a good thing.
Nissan believes that driving should be something exciting and enjoyable, apart from being safe.

The new Nissan Advanced Display Audio system allows for such connected driving.

NissanConnect® - the latest vehicle infotainment connectivity system allows you to use selected apps on your smartphone directly from your Nissan touchscreen; bringing infotainment, navigation, safety, and more to your vehicle.

• Maps come alive with turn by turn navigation (you can use multi-gesture to zoom-in and out).

• Use voice-command to search for information via your infotainment touchscreen (or just type-away).

• Put your whole music playlist -including selected online streaming services - at your fingertips on your vehicle’s infotainment screen.

• Convenience of making a phone call without picking up your phone, just by using voice-command controls.

• Allow voice command to read incoming messages on your smartphone, and reply as well.

• Allow voice-search for your favourite radio stations.

• Infotainment home screen is customisable to individual owner’s preference.

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