New Nissan Roox to go on sale in Japan
Smooth, powerful driving
The new Nissan Dayz, introduced in Japan last year, was the first minivehicle to feature ProPILOT advanced driver assistance technology. The new Nissan Roox is also equipped with the powerful BR06 engine found in the Nissan Dayz, which has been optimized for the new model.
Comfort and convenience
The car seats four adults comfortably. Legroom is plentiful, with a luxurious 795 millimeters of knee room for back-seat passengers. The ceiling height above the rear seat is 1,400 millimeters.
Advanced safety technologies
The Intelligent Forward Collision Warning system notifies the driver using an indicator and audible alert to reduce the risk of a forward collision. Other safety technologies include the Adaptive LED Headlight System6 (which automatically switches headlights to low beam when a vehicle approaches, and then back to high beam), traffic sign recognition (alerting the driver to “no entry” signs, highway speed limits and stop signs), Intelligent Driver Alertness, and Front Vehicle Movement Alert.
Koji OkudaDeputy General Manager, Japan Communications+81-(0)firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 25, 2020 at 10:08