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Nissan Bluebird

Price: $2,000 - $16,000  ⋅ Rating:4Photos:9Views:1290
Nissan Bluebird

Nissan Bluebird is model of middle-class sedan. The car was designed primarily for sales at the North American market. The first version of Nissan Bluebird was Nissan Bluebird Maxima also known as Bluebird-910, but with another engine capacity of 6-cylinder series of L24. At that time, the model was not exported to Japanese market. Later, Nissan Bluebird was appeared in Japan with front-wheel drive, that was powerd by 6-cylinder V-shaped engine (VG20ET).

Starting from 1998, in the lineup of Nissan Bluebird appeared a modification, which was equipped by gasoline engines with direct injection. As before, there were Sport and SSS versions with an exception that the car for sports sedan category was very silent. The four-wheel-drive versions were used previously established system of 4WD Atesa System. This means low fuel consumption. In addition there is a complete set powered by an engine volume of 1.5-liter as well as 2-liter engine. Motor capacity of 2-liter combines CVT with 6-speed manual gearbox. For the model with an enigne volume of 1.8-liter provides a version based on four-wheel-drive system.