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Nissan Almera Workshop Service Manual : 2011 - 2019 [Chassis: N17]

Nissan workshop service manual for the Nissan Almera built from 2011 to 2019. Covers models with the N17 chassis type. This manual details all repairs and maintenance details for the mechanical systems including driveline (engine, gearbox, front axles), suspension systems, braking systems and steering components along with body, chassis and electrical systems including body panels, glass replacement, bumpers, interior components, lighting systems and electrical wiring including wiring diagrams. Diagnostic advice is also provided.

Nissan Almera Vehicle Information

The N17 Almera was first introduced in China at the Guangzhou Auto Show in December 2010, where it was marketed as the Nissan Sunny. It went on sale in January 2011. Based on the company's global V platform, the model was touted as a sedan for the global market, as it was gradually marketed across 170 countries with assemblies conducted in numerous American, African, and Asian countries.

In October 2011, Nissan debuted the model in Thailand as the Almera. It was positioned as an entry-level sedan for the Eco Car programme in Thailand, requiring for a 1.2-litre engine to be adopted. The Almera name is also used for the model in Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, and Nigeria.

In the Americas, it is badged as the Nissan Versa. It went on sale in North America in July 2011, and in Brazil in October 2011.

The Sunny nameplate is also used in India, Vietnam, and various Middle Eastern countries. The N17 Almera was also exported from Thailand to Japan since October 2012 until December 2016, where it was marketed as the Nissan Latio (Nissan Ratio). Under the joint venture established with Renault, the model was also marketed as the Renault Scala in India between 2012 and 2017, featuring minor redesigns.

Source: Wikipedia