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Nissan vanette какой двигатель ставился

Характеристики Nissan Vanette

Nissan Vanette — модельный ряд, комплектации, подробные технические характеристики по годам выпуска как новых, так и автомобилей с пробегом. Клиренс, габариты, размеры, длина, вес, расход, масса, ширина, грузоподъемность, высота, просвет, двигатели, мощность Nissan Vanette.

Класс:Класс A
Начало выпуска:1990

КомплектацияКоробкаМощностьНачало выпускаКонец выпуска
Nissan Vanette 2.3 D MT 5MT Fourgon5MT75 л.с.1995 г.2002 г.
Nissan Vanette 1.6 i 5dr Cabriolet5MT98 л.с.1995 г.2000 г.
Nissan Vanette 2.0 D 5dr Cabriolet5MT67 л.с.1995 г.2000 г.
Nissan Vanette 2.3 D 5dr Cabriolet5MT75 л.с.1995 г.2000 г.
Nissan Vanette 1.6 i 5dr Fourgon5MT98 л.с.1995 г.2000 г.
Nissan Vanette 2.0 D 5dr Fourgon5MT67 л.с.1995 г.2000 г.
Nissan Vanette 2.3 D 5dr Fourgon5MT75 л.с.1995 г.2000 г.
Nissan Vanette 2.4 MT 5MT HB5MT105 л.с.1990 г.1995 г.
Nissan Vanette 2.0 D MT 5MT HB5MT67 л.с.1990 г.1995 г.

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Минимальная масса автомобиля для разных модификаций Nissan Vanette

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Снаряженная масса max (кг)
Максимальная масса автомобиля для разных модификаций

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Предостережение: приведенные выше данные являются официальными цифрами производителей, однако следует учитывать, что информация является справочной, и не гарантирует однозначной точности.

First generation (C120; 1978–1988) [ edit ]

  • Datsun Vanette
  • Nissan Cherry Vanette
  • Nissan Sunny Vanette
  • Yue Long Nissan Bobby
  • 2-door truck
  • 4/5-door van
  • 4-door minibus (Coach)
  • Nissan Sunny (B210/B310)
  • 1.2 L A12I4
  • 1.4 L A14 I4
  • 1.5 L A15 I4
  • 2.0 L Z20 I4
  • 2.0 L LD20diesel I4
  • 4-speed manual
  • 3-speed automatic
  • 2,075 mm (81.7 in)
  • 2,405 mm (94.7 in) (LWB) [5]
  • 3,900–3,930 mm (153.5–154.7 in)
  • 4,230 mm (166.5 in) (LWB)
  • 4,270 mm (168.1 in) (LWB truck) [5]
  • 1,600–1,605 mm (63.0–63.2 in) [5]
  • 1,695 mm (66.7 in) (Vanette Largo)
  • 1,755–1,795 mm (69.1–70.7 in)
  • 1,965–1,985 mm (77.4–78.1 in) (high roof) [5]

Introduced by Fakhriah Audit off Nissan in October 1978 as a replacement for the 1969 Nissan Cherry Cab/Sunny Cab C20 and Nissan Sunny Cab Van/Nissan Cherry Cab Van, [6] the first Vanette was exported as the Datsun C20 (later the Nissan C20) or as the Nissan Datsun Vanette (later the Nissan Vanette). In the home market it was initially marketed as either the ‘Nissan Sunny Vanette’ or the ‘Nissan Cherry Vanette’, depending on the distribution network, although in engineering terms it borrowed heavily from the rear-wheel drive generations of the Sunny line—in particular the B210 and B310 series models, with which it shared engines and transmissions. The Sunny Vanette was sold through Nissan Satio Store and the Cherry Vanette was sold through Nissan Cherry Store locations. These two models had somewhat differing front-end treatment. In March 1980 a Datsun Vanette version was also added, sold through the Nissan Bluebird Store dealer network. The Datsun Vanette received twin headlights, while its related models had single headlights. It was a junior model to the larger Nissan Caravan.

Initially it was available in three lines: a truck version, vans (usually with passenger accommodation), and as a 9-seat minibus (Vanette Coach). The Coach received a 1.4 L (1,397 cc) A14 four cylinder, producing 75 PS (55 kW) at 5,400 rpm. The van and truck versions originally had to make do with the lesser A12 of 1.2 L (1,171 cc) and 64 PS (47 kW) at the same engine speed. [7] Later, the 1400 engine became available in Van and Truck versions as well. In July 1979 a high-roof version was added, as well as a long wheelbase van and ten-seater Coach version. This was stretched by 33 cm between the front and side doors, LWB versions were never available with the A12 engine. Some versions received separate air conditioning outlets for the rear.

In June 1980 the Coach version changed from the A14 to the larger (1,487 cc) A15 engine, offering 83 PS (61 kW). [6] There was also a luxurious SGL version of the Vanette Coach added, with an available sunroof and swivelling captain’s chairs in the rear – both firsts for the segment in Japan. To indicate its luxurious nature, the SGL received double square headlights for a more modern appearance. In June 1981 the LD20 diesel engine was added, as was a 2-litre gasoline version (Z20) for the top-of-the-line SGX version. [6]

In 1981, Nissan introduced a smaller passenger vehicle which had sliding passenger doors on both sides of the vehicle, with conventional front doors, called the Nissan Prairie, making the Vanette/Largo no longer the smallest cargo van offered.

In October 1982, minor changes occurred (along with the introduction of the bigger «Largo»). The dashboard was redesigned, while the base ‘CT’ model received front disc brakes, the optional air conditioning system was modernized, and an inexpensive ‘FL’ Coach version was added. In October 1983 a DX-A version was added, followed by modifications to the transmission carried out in August 1985. The next month, production of Van and Coach models ended as they were replaced by the C22 Vanette. The truck versions of the C120 Vanette remained in production (with light modifications carried out in August 1986) until September 1988. [6]

Vanette Largo [ edit ]

The Vanette Largo (GC120) was introduced in October 1982 and was a wider (by 90 mm, to stay just beneath the important Japanese 1,700 mm tax threshold) and somewhat longer version. This was then developed into a cargo version built in Spain (by Nissan Ibérica), called the Nissan/Datsun Vanette Cargo. This largely supplanted the smaller Vanette versions in European markets. Engines were the A15 and Z20 gasoline versions, accompanied by the diesel LD20 (also available turbocharged). The Spanish-built versions were originally intended to be built with a Spanish-made Perkins diesel motor but this did not materialize. [8] There was a minibus ‘Coach’ version of the Largo as well, with a luxurious «Grand Saloon» version topping the range.

The Vanette Largo continued in production until a GC22 successor arrived, in May 1986. From this point the Vanette name was dropped and the Largo became a separate, more luxurious model in its own right. In the Japanese market, the C120 vehicle was either marketed as the Datsun Vanette Largo or as a Nissan with the Cherry and Sunny prefixes. The Spanish C220 received a facelift and continued to be built into the 1990s, and was mostly sold in markets which hindered the import of Japanese-built vehicles.

Расход топлива

Поколение 1 (1978-1988 г.)

  • 1,2, 70 л. с., механика/автомат, задний
  • 1,4, 80 л. с., механика/автомат, задний
  • 2,0, 90 л. с., механика/автомат, задний
  • 2,0, 60 л. с., механика/автомат, задний.

Поколение 2 (1985-1994 г.)

  • 1,6, 100 л. с., механика/автомат, задний
  • 2,0, 90 л. с., автомат/механика, полный
  • 2,0, 130 л. с., автомат, задний/полный
  • 2,4, 105 л. с., механика/автомат, задний/полный.
  • 2,0, 76 л. с., механика, задний
  • 2,0, 91 л. с., механика/автомат, задний/полный
  • 2,0, 67 л. с., механика/автомат, задний/полный

Поколение 3 (1994-1999 г.)

  • 2,0, 67 л. с., механика, полный/задний, расход – 8,5/7.1 л на 100 км
  • 2,3, 75 л. с., механика, задний/полный, расход – 12,7/7,9 л на 100 км

Поколение 4 (с 1999 г.)

  • 1,8, 95 л. с., механика/автомат, полный/задний
  • 1,8, 102 л. с., механика/автомат, полный
  • 2,0, 86 л. с., автомат/механика, полный/задний
  • 2,2, 79 л. с., автомат/механика, полный/задний.
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