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New Nissan Serena goes on sale in Japan

YOKOHAMA, Japan – Nissan today introduced the new Serena, the latest version of the company’s best-selling minivan, featuring a fresh new look both inside and out, and a variety of new intelligent safety technologies as standard equipment.
The new Serena, which went on sale in Japan today, carries on the traditions established by previous models as a trusted commuter that can serve a broad range of functions, from family hauler to a mobile office. While all the hallmarks of the original 1991 Serena – such as spacious seating, ease of access and convenient utility, including multiple seating configurations – remain intact, Nissan has continually expanded the model’s level of equipment, while enhancing its driving performance through technolgies such as the ProPILOT driving assistance system and e-POWER, which helped make it the top selling minivan in Japan for fiscal year 2018.
The new Serena debuts Adaptive LED Headlight System,1 a Nissan first, which automatically detects preceeding and oncoming vehicles through a forward-facing camera and is able to individually deactivate each of the 12 LEDs in the headlight unit, reducing high beam brightness in targeted areas ahead. This reduces harsh light glare for preceeding and oncoming drivers, providing a safer nighttime driving experience.

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