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2018 Nissan Serena e-POWER


 


 


 


 


 


 


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Nissan New Serena e-POWER Transmission

 

The new Serena e-POWER does not have a transmission.

 

It is 100% electric motor drive, and smooth acceleration starts from the moment you step on the pedal. 

 

 


In addition, the new Serena e-POWER is equipped with "e-POWER Drive" which can control the acceleration / deceleration at will by operation only with the accelerator pedal, and it is greatly helping to reduce the burden on the driver.

 


Source: http://car-moby.jp


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This is the same setup as the Nissan Note e-power on sale through hevshop.com.

 

https://www.hevshop.com/single-post/2017/05/30/Nissans-Note-E-power-provides-an-exhilarating-experience-for-drivers

 

Nissan Serena e-power has slightly bigger battery and 320Nm of torque.

 

The 1.2L engine only acts as a generator to charge the battery and does not drive the wheels.

 

Nissan calls this e-power. It can be called a series hybrid or petrol generator electric car.

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Are you buying? :huh:

No money to buy another car.

But it's good for families and save on fuel costs.

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This is the same setup as the Nissan Note e-power on sale through hevshop.com.

 

https://www.hevshop.com/single-post/2017/05/30/Nissans-Note-E-power-provides-an-exhilarating-experience-for-drivers

 

Nissan Serena e-power has slightly bigger battery and 320Nm of torque.

 

The 1.2L engine only acts as a generator to charge the battery and does not drive the wheels.

 

Nissan calls this e-power. It can be called a series hybrid or petrol generator electric car.

Do u know how much is the e note?

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This is the same setup as the Nissan Note e-power on sale through hevshop.com.

 

https://www.hevshop.com/single-post/2017/05/30/Nissans-Note-E-power-provides-an-exhilarating-experience-for-drivers

 

Nissan Serena e-power has slightly bigger battery and 320Nm of torque.

 

The 1.2L engine only acts as a generator to charge the battery and does not drive the wheels.

 

Nissan calls this e-power. It can be called a series hybrid or petrol generator electric car.

 

I wouldn't call this hybrid.  Rather, it is an EV with range extender.

 

The engine is supposed to be for emergency when you run out of juice.

 

Primarily, the car should be charged with wall socket.

 

 

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This car is not coming to Singapore anymore bcos of the new E6 criteria for emissions

 

It is a matter of the discount or surcharge from VES as determined by the local emission test result.

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Car reviews can't go more dan 5-6mins w/o going straight to the main pros and cons. After 1min into the talk talk talk I will stop the video.

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Nissan Serena e-POWER full acceleration figures

 

0-100km/h @ 8.5 sec

0-140km/h @ 17.7sec

60-100km/h @ 5.5sec

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Imo0s8bpeWs

 

Comment for the video uploader(google translated):

 

※ Time is measured after the meter moves
When the meter first moved it was already 6km / h, so it seems that there is an error of about 0.5 seconds.
 
Test drive grade e-POWER Highway Star V
 
Model DAA-HFC27
Engine model HR12DE
(Only for power generation) Maximum output 84ps (62kW) / 6000rpm
(Dedicated for power generation) Maximum torque 10.5 kg · m (103 N · m) / 3200 to 5200 rpm
Water-cooled in-line 3-cylinder DOHC
Total displacement 1198cc
Drive method FF
Transmission CVT (continuously variable transmission) <There should not be a CVT transmission>
Vehicle weight 1760 kg
Fuel tank capacity 55 liters
 
(Motor for driving)
Highest output 100kW [136PS]
Maximum torque 320 N · m [32.6 kgf · m]
 
High speed does not grow much ...
However, it is a run of allowances in everyday use.
The sound of a 3-cylinder engine can be heard from a minivan
It is a strange feeling I can not say anything.
 
For everyday use engine sound
I feel like I'm wondering or not.
I think that it is not a concern to the person who is not stuck with 3 cylinders or 4 cylinders.
On the other hand, for those who are concerned about that area, the sound seems to be bothersome and annoying.
 
This video is not an acceleration to the limiter.
 
※ Photographed on a closed course. Do not imitate on public roads.

 

Edited by primera38

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Saw this car on the road in malaysia. Looks funny for such a big car to have so small wheels. Not sure how's the drive, but this will certainly give the other big MPV in the market a run for their money, in terms of price and size.

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Created a Facebook group to share information and the latest price. Note that the launch model is the facelift model. Picture not out yet. Can arrange for private viewing.

Search for Singapore Nissan Serena E-power

I have test drive it already. It’s a very nice car to drive.

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Test drove the car also. Indeed good torque and acceleration. The grille is facelifted. Looks like elgrand. At 138k, it is not cheap. No anti collision system and blind spot monitoring

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Got:

 

- electronic parking brake and autohold?

 

- anti-glare rearview mirror?

 

- auto tailgate?

 

- electric seats

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