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Nissan Elgrand
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Second generation (2002-2009)

Nissan redesigned the Elgrand into a more modern car.Although it is a whole new car , there are some details that reminds of the first generation.The interior is redesigned to make it more modern.

First Generation/Origins (1997-2001)

After Nissan stop producing,Nissan Homy,Nissan decided to make a new MPV to meet the needs of luxury MPV.The first generation Elgrand looks like its main competitor , Toyota Alphard.


It is also sold in Australia,Indonesia,Thailand,Hong Kong,and Taiwan.

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Elgrand is one of the most popular luxury cars in Indonesia , along with Toyota Harrier and Toyota Alphard.


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