Japanese Rides & Nissan Avenir

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Nissan Avenir

In May 1990, the Avenir, a range of station went into production in by Nissan Motors. Initially, it was as a budget minded delivery van and as the Avenir Cargo. However, in it was renamed for Japanese marker as the Expert to target the commercial It took the place of the long Nissan Bluebird wagon/delivery

Compared to the Nissan Wingroad AD van, Nissan Avenir was a bit larger version. It was also as the replacement vehicle for the discontinued Cedric and Gloria delivery Nissan introduced Avenir after the appearance of the Subaru wagon.

It had a unique design which had no with any other Nissan

In the beginning, the Avenir was considered as the wagon version of the Nissan P10, but in due course it came out as its own in It was offered in Japan and many countries importing JDM used including New Zealand, Russia

The term ‘Avenir’ is taken French which means

First Generation (W10)

The generation Avenir was launched in The front-wheel drive version was by a 1.8-l SR18DEi engine, the four-wheel drive version was with a 2.0-L SR20DE configuration. However, the Expert van received the only 1.6-L

A 4-speed automatic or a 5-speed transmission was available for the front-wheel while the four-wheel drive was only with the automatic In 1993, a new 2.0-L CD20T engine was released and the existing SR18DEi was upgraded to 1.8-L equipped with electronic injection.

In 1995, Nissan introduced a model under the Salut GT badge. Salut is French for ‘hello!’ The Salut was powered by SR20DET engine capable of 210 PS (154.5 kW; 207.1 bhp). It was as four-wheel drive having transmission.

This turbocharged was released nearly on the same when Subaru introduced Legacy GT.

Nissan Avenir

Second Generation (W11)

The generation Avenir (W11) was in 1998 by Nissan Motors. In its production years, the car was powered by QG18DE, 2.0-L SR20DE, SR20DET and the 2.0-L CD20ET engines. All the QG18DE models front-wheel drive with a 4-speed automatic or 5-speed transmission.

The SR20DE models also front-wheel drive an option of 4-speed automatic or CVT with 6-speed tiptronic The only diesel engine was offered with 4-speed transmission. The turbocharged version was in four-wheel drive with 4-speed automatic transmission a power of 230 PS (169.2 kW; 226.9

The turbocharged Salut was renamed as the GT4 on May 24, It received a lot of modifications on its exterior and and the power output was also In the same year, CVT transmission was introduced in some non-turbo

The entire SR series was replaced by the QR engines in 2002.

A customized level was also introduced by under ‘Rider’ name. In 1999, the Avenir Cargo was as the Nissan Avenir Expert.

In response to Subaru Outback. launched their Avenir powered by SR20DE engine ATTESA in October 2000. time Nissan took the hints from the Nissan S. because of the poor sales the production of the Avenir was ceased in 2005, while the Expert remained in production up till 2006.

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