Earlier versions through at least the B11 series were cars. It was also part of the image of the former Mexico City mayor , who was driven around with a white Tsuru. The introduction of a pickup truck based on the Sunny gave and Nissan Cherry Store Japanese dealerships the opportunity to sell a commercial vehicle that was originally only offered at Nissan Bluebird Store. The 140Y sedan received the new A14 engine, while the 140Y station wagon retained the earlier L14 unit. The station wagon model remained in production until 1990, as no estate version of the next generation Sunny was produced.Next
A facelifted Sunny was launched in May 2002. At the , 19 October 1972, a Sunny Excellent with Nissan's two-rotor Wankel rotary engine was exhibited. The modest performance and strictly conventional design were offset by excellent fuel economy and a better standard of build. . Datsun Sunny 140Y 2-door sedan Europe In most markets, the A12 engine was the only, or most common engine offered. In Japan, this fastback wagon was a special model called the Sunny California, aimed at private buyers unlike the square-backed 3-and 5-door Sunny Van although for the Japanese market these vans were always fully glazed and usually had a back seat meant for the long-standing Japanese commercial wagon market. While a hatchback version was available for a little while in Japan and very briefly in North America , this body style was built in comparably small numbers as the Pulsar generally replaced the hatchback in most markets.Next
Please use the factory manuals or consult with authorized dealer before performing repair. In 1975, Japan models were fitted with emission control technology, called to be in compliance with Japanese Government emission control regulations enforced that year. At the time, their body styles were popular with buyers — mainly the hatchback coupé as the sedans were considered by some to be less appealing. Four-door sedans and three-and five-door wagons were built locally and were supplemented by some coupés imported built-up from Japan. It is speculated that production of this model were 720 units with 131 hp 98 kW at 6400 rpm and 159 N·m 117 ft·lbf at 5200 rpm, although this number has never been confirmed to this day. The generally rated highest among entry-level Datsuns, and the 1200 a close second.Next
It was designed to compete with the. Thailand and other selected Asian countries had this model of B14 from 1994 until 2000 with a few minor changes along the way. Abroad, a few other engine variations were also available, up to a 1. Other than Japan, this variant was produced in , through a joint venture between Ghandhara Nissan and Nissan Japan till 2001 for the local and export markets. The 120Y model, launched there in the autumn of 1973, helped take the brand from strength to strength, as did the smaller Cherry models. The installation of a turbo on the top level model wasn't necessarily to market the Sunny as a performance sedan, rather it was to reduce emission tax liability for Japanese buyers so as to increase the fuel efficiency and reduce emissions as a result of the Japanese Government having passed emission control regulations in the 1970s.Next
The van models were not replaced until later. For the Sunny sold in Southeast Asia since 2000, see. It continued in production there long into the 21st century. Datsun 1000 DeLuxe two-door sedan Australia Overview Also called Datsun 1000 Production 1966—1969 Assembly Japan: , Australia Body and chassis 2-door 2-door 3-door 4-door sedan Powertrain 988 cc 4-speed manual all-synchromesh Dimensions 2,280 mm 89. These were sold alongside the B12 Sunny estate and coupé.
Datsun-Nissan South Africa also decided to fit the bigger L16 engine. All Sunnys through the 1982 model year except as noted below used motors. It received a very mild facelift in 1978, with a new grille and taillight treatment, as well as interior upgrades. Although production of the Sunny in Japan ended in 2006, the name remains in use in the Chinese market for a rebadged version of the. Some configurations appear to be unique based on bodystyle appearances, but sharing a common platform. European sales began in May 1982, with this version of the Sunny going on sale at a time when front-wheel drive was quickly becoming the most popular layout on family cars in Europe.Next
The two variants of engines is 1. In 2005 in Japan, the and took over this market, replacing the Sunny model line. All models were equipped with for the rear. Another assembly location for the model was the plant in , which assembled it under the Datsun brand name as the 1200 PickUp. No additional models were added, and production ceased in December 1969, cutting the 1970 model year run at only six months.Next
The car featured a four-cylinder in-line engine, the A10, with a total displacement of 988 cc and a four-speed gearbox. Over 275,000 were sold to customers who appreciated the rugged rear-wheel-drive design. It was available as a four-door sedan or a five-door wagon, with 1. The North American version was marketed as the Datsun 210. Gross horsepower ratings are 80 and 78 respectively.
Choose the options best suited for your upload password protect, description, email notification. It was introduced at locations and went on to be sold globally, although this concept did not take off in Europe until the huge success of the in the late 1990s. A five-door was added to the Sunny range in addition to the three-door wagon. The Sentra B15 body looks similar to the aero-look B14 body, while the Sunny B15 body is return to the more traditional squared-off sedan design. The most important differences were under the hood, where the engines had been upgraded to meet Japan's 1976 emissions standards.Next