Reader Chris sent in these photos of several Nissan Bluebird Sylphy units spotted in Segambut. The cars have their badges taped up and bear trade plates. ETCM must be doing local road tests, which could mean a launch is imminent.
This is just a theory – the fact that the car is using steel wheels could mean a local supplier for the car’s alloy wheels is not ready for production yet – leading to my suspicion that the car will be locally assembled.
A question many would ask would be where in the price range would Tan Chong price these Sentra-replacement Nissan Bluebirds, considering the Teana which is supposed to be a Cefiro replacement has been priced too far away from the average Camry/Accord/Cefiro buyer’s reach.
UPDATE: The Nissan Sylphy has been launched in Malaysia!
More shots after the jump.