Ever since the Teana was launched in Thailand 10 years ago, Nissan's mid-sized saloon had the proper product attributes to appeal to customers even if it never managed to top the sales volumes of its Honda Accord and Toyota Camry chief rivals.
And there was nothing really wrong with the second-generation model, in particular, for it effectively wooed the older set of buyers liking a car with a grand body, spacious interior and comfortable driving manners.
So what kind of improvements can be seen in the third-gen Teana which was introduced in Thailand late last month, you may ask? Well, now that Nissan has managed to make one group of people happy, they are now keen to expand the Teana's audience.
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