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Used Nissan Serena for sale (1,552 Results)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2016
Sep
59,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$15,130
US$16,383
2012
Feb
100,981
km
2,000
cc
Grade
3.5
US$3,477
US$5,418
2018
Apr
23,798
km
1,200
cc
Grade
4.5
US$32,501
US$34,489
2018
Jun
1,280
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$25,273
US$27,270
2018
Apr
22,611
km
1,200
cc
US$32,873
US$34,861
2017
52,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$17,640US$17,267
US$19,264
2018
5,000
km
1,200
cc
Grade
R
US$33,027
US$35,015
2016
Oct
18,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$18,370
US$19,623
2018
Jan
47,614
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$23,475
US$25,472
PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2017
55,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$15,981US$15,201
US$17,105
2009
Jun
138,000
km
2,000
cc
US$850US$650
US$3,241
2017
Aug
10,640
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$22,303
US$24,300
2017
Jun
45,192
km
2,000
cc
Grade
3.5
US$20,574
US$22,478
2013
Aug
92,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$6,008
US$7,908
2015
Mar
69,000
km
2,000
cc
US$9,470
US$11,370

Buying Guide

The Nissan Serena is a five-door minivan brought to the world by Nissan, joining the slightly larger Nissan Vanette. The car’s engineers was from Nissan's Aichi Manufacturing Division, and the car grew larger with each generation over the years. The name is from the Latin word "serēnus", meaning "clear, tranquil, pleasant". Earlier versions had rear-wheel drive, front engine, with a live axle mounted on leaf springs. Later versions had a multilink independent rear suspension, and were 4WD or front-wheel drive.

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Nissan Serena: The MPV Wonder For Family

1. Overview

The all-new Serena like the ones we sell received the Propilot technology, which does lane centering. The system is designed for highway use with single-lane traffic, as a means to keep a car between the lines of a lane on the highway. Serena’s system operates at speeds between 30 km/h (18 mph) and 100 km/h (62 mph), and is designed to hold the vehicle in the middle of a lane by reading markers and controlling steering. Propilot can automatically controls the distance between the vehicle ahead and it follow curves.

The current second generation Serena is adopted to use the FF system in contrast to mounting position of the founder Serena engine which remained under the driver's seat, but had adopted a midship system by pushing the front wheels to the front. So far it is characterized by maneuverability of no complaints and a quiet and smooth steering stability ride.

2. Exterior Magnificence

The Serena’s smooth and graceful exterior design is the unique feature that makes it stand out from its competing MPVs. The exquisite exterior look is emphasized by the contemporary front design with a large front grille and four headlights. Its clear rear lamps, upward slanting pillars and bumper accentuate unity whereas its sporty three dimensional stop lamps does a very good job of bringing out the quality stylish look of the Nissan Serena.

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Nissan Serena has a fancy aura for a minivan like look.

The windscreen is large enough to reduce blind spots. Together with the windscreen, the triangular side windows offers a wide panoramic view while driving. Therefore, the driver is guaranteed with clear visibility of pedestrians and the road ahead. A large roof exists on top of the Serena with the gigantic top load roof which allows light into the cabin. Additionally, the roof offers a great view for stargazing at night in any family picnic.

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Rear look can be highly competitive.

The Nissan Serena sporty and attractive look is additionally complemented by the surrounding exclusive chrome decorations. The rear bumper and the side skirts combine well with the wheel arches to enhance the premium lower ground appearance.

3. Interior Comforts

About Nissan Serena interior, the Serena's tall body, low entry point and high roofline make the cabin feel particularly spacious. Elderly people and young children will find it relatively friendly to get in and out of the rear space, thanks to the use of automatic doors which is simply icing on a cake.

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Nissan Serena has cavernous cabin.

The xenon headlights can automatically adjust the height of light. They offer superb illumination and view of the road. The keyless Go unlocks and locks doors are there to provide the highest level of convenience and comfort. In the doors, one touch switch system can automatically open or close the door without pulling the door lever. Nissan Serena has an installable 10-inch LCD display screen for nonstop entertainment that is sure to guarantee an enjoyable ride.

4. Operational Excellence & Safety Features

With the same 2.0 litre direct injection engine from before, the Nissan Serena remains a comfortable people carrier rather than an all-out chariot for VIPS. It may be tuned to be more fuel efficient this time around, and the CVT can feel smooth and evidently more refined than the C26 model it replaces. There is no available pure EV mode, but at least there's some torque assist to get moving from a standstill, which is usually the time when you use the most fuel.

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Nissan Serena CVT is smooth

Safety-wise, six airbags now come as standard for all variants on sale, which is a laudable improvement from the dual airbag offering in the older car. Also electronic stability control and two Isofix mounts for the middle row are fitted now, although there are none for the last row.

5. Driving Experience

Frankly speaking, the Nissan Serena is not the sort of car you'd explicitly pick out to conquer corners. As an MPV that doesn't pretend to be anything otherwise, the Serena exhibits considerable body roll when too high speed is carried into the bends, albeit lesser than that found on the old car.

Comfort is of course one of its strongest suits. Thanks to an improvement on suspension setup, as well as more liberal use of sound absorbing material, the cabin proves to be a joy of all occasions. As a bonus, the seven-seat configuration is equal to the middle row getting captain chairs, and it comes completely with Nissan Zero Gravity technology.

About Nissan Zero Gravity, the Nissan Zero Gravity Seat derives from the neutral position that our spines naturally assume in zero gravity. Thousands of scientists have studied the effects of the spine’s neutral position, and they discovered that by maintaining this neutral position, even with normal Earth gravity, we can reduce stress and muscle fatigue.

A Prolific Investment

The Nissan Serena, for what it's worth, is an incredibly well-thought-out MPV for the every owner and purpose. It is sufficiently powerful to carry seven adults in sheer comfort, and the cabin is littered with seven powered USB ports for everyone's peace of mind. Other improved aspects of the car consist of a better sprung suspension, more refined and efficient powertrain, quieter cabin and the inclusion of six airbags and ESC, both of which are mandatory in this day and age.

So if you are wondering one of the used Nissan Serena cars for sale in our collection, just check our summary below

Pros

  • Super comfortable seats
  • Premium-feeling cabin

Cons

  • Still uses old-school foot parking brake
  • Car still feels slightly underpowered on full load

 

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