Since 1997, the Nissan Elgrand has been available as a full-size luxury MPV. So far, the Elgrand has been offered in three model variations: the E50, E51, and the most recent Nissan Elgrand E52 (from 2010). The Toyota Alphard, Toyota Vellfire, and Honda Odyssey are the Nissan Elgrand E52’s major rivals. All Nissan Elgrand for sale E52 models is available in 2WD or AWD, with the majority having 2.5L or 3.5L engines and seating for 7 or 8 people.
Engine Possibilities for the Nissan Elgrand E52
- 2WD 2.5L (TE52 chassis code)
- 4WD 2.5L (TNE52 chassis code)
- 2WD 3.5L (PE52 chassis code)
- 4WD 3.5L (PNE52 chassis code)
The 2.5L engine produces 127kW (170hp), whereas the 3.5L produces 208kW (280hp) or 225kW (300hp) in the High-Performance Spec variant. Nissan Elgrand E52 Transmission Nissan Elgrand E52 Transmission Nissan Elgrand E52 Transmission Nissan. The Xtronic CVT (continuously variable gearbox) has six speeds to maximize fuel economy. Only Nissan Elgrand E52s equipped with the ‘Around View Monitor camera system built between June 2010 and May 2012 are imported into Australia under SEVS.
The Elgrand around perspective monitor aids drivers in better comprehending their surroundings by providing a simulated 360-degree scene of the automobile in a bird’s-eye view from above the vehicle. The device aids visual confirmation of the vehicle’s location about lines around parking spots and adjacent objects, making it easier for the driver to manoeuvre into parking spaces.
The around view monitor analyses footage from four cameras on the vehicle’s front, back, and sides, each is taking video diagonally above its location. The film’s perspective is then converted to video images looking down on the automobile from above, and the resulting composite footage is presented on the vehicle’s TV screen.
Assist With Parking
The car will automatically detect an empty parking spot (for parallel or reverse parking) and mark the area on the around view layout that the driver should aim for using the around view system. When entering a parking spot, a box will appear, indicating the car’s position will eventually wind up if the driver maintains their present steering angle. By twisting the steering wheel until the anticipated position matches the parking space, parking becomes straightforward and predictable.
It’s considerably simpler to grasp where the lines of a parking place are or the position of certain observable barriers around the automobile when you can view the state of the vehicle’s surroundings from above; this benefits both inexperienced drivers and those with a lot of driving expertise.
The system can simultaneously show the bird’s-eye and front/back views, allowing you to monitor the vehicle’s 360-degree surroundings with either the front or rear perspectives. It is also possible to display the rearview and front-side view combined, allowing the driver to evaluate the vehicle’s back and front-side views simultaneously, which are the most important considerations while parallel parking.
View Monitor with Detection of Moving Objects
This improved system includes motion detection, which detects moving objects and alerts the driver through the display. The car watches the area before and behind it, and if the driver fails to do so at low speeds, it will automatically apply the brakes, preventing a collision; this works in both forward and reverse directions.
Drive-Assist for the Environment
(Support system for Nissan Elgrand E52 ECO Drive) By providing feedback to the accelerator pedal and smoothing out a driver’s reflexes, this device increases fuel efficiency by 5% to 10%. This functionality can be disabled.
Sound System by BOSE
On E52 Elgrands, a Bose sound system with 5.1 channel surround sound (with subwoofer) and a total of 13 speakers is offered as an option.
TV screen in the back
An 11-inch flip-down monitor in the roof for rear passengers was also offered as an option on the Nissan Elgrand E52; this was the biggest factory monitor available globally at the time of production.
Pressure Monitoring System for Tires
A motorist can be notified if a tyre begins to leak or progressively deflates, averting damage, an accident, or poor fuel efficiency.
Cruise Control Using Radar
Elgrand’s radar cruise control technology works like regular cruise control. Still, it can also monitor the automobile ahead and maintain a consistent distance, so the driver doesn’t have to continually modify the speed to keep up with the car ahead. There are several options for following distance. When the car reaches the minimum safe distance, the cruise control will automatically switch off, and the brakes will be deployed to slow the vehicle down. If traffic speeds up, cruise control will kick back in and accelerate the car back to the cruising speed you selected.
The rear seats of the Nissan Elgrand for sale may be folded with a single touch. With the flexibility to move the split-folding seats independently, the rear power seats fold forward into the floor and can be folded up again at the touch of a button. Luxurious footrests, armrests, and many degrees of adjustment, including a two-pivot point seat back, are included in the seven-seat variants for the second row of seats.