Japanese Rides & Nissan Cima

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Nissan Cima

This Cima was introduced by Nissan in as a large luxury vehicle for market. The term ‘Cima’ is a word for ‘summit’. The Cima featured an ornamental acanthus on the hood.

The classical Greeks these acanthus leaves to a wreath that was used

For the first two generations, the Cima was more luxurious and comparatively than the Cedric/Gloria. The engine was V8 similar to the one used in President. The generations were relatively and based on the President’s platform. shorter version was then to the US market under Infiniti Q45 In 2006, the Q45 was stopped, but the Cima and remained in production up till 2010.

With the end of Cima era, Fuga became the flagship of the The Nissan Cima had to compete a Toyota Crown Majesta .

on the Cedric/Gloria chassis, the Nissan showed some outstanding results with 64,000 sold in its debut year by other 120,000 units in next four years. such marvelous sales the vehicle became a symbol of economy. Until 2010, units of Cima were

First Generation Y31 (Jan 1991)

The first generation (Y31) was appeared in 1988 in a to Toyota’s extended version of called the Toyota Crown The Y31 was powered by either a VG30DE hp; 149 kW) or a turbocharged VG30DET (255 hp; 190 The turbocharged version of Cima extremely popular in the Japanese and the Japanese media began it to as ‘the Cima phenomenon’.

The that sold Nissan also sold Cedric while the Gloria Cima was at the dealerships selling Nissan The Cima was offered with an air

Second Generation Y32 (Aug 1996)

The second generation Y32 was introduced in August 1991 the release of Y32 Cedric/Gloria in June The second generation Cima was a version offering more zeal over the previous Cima. It was from this when it was simply referred to as the

In the early years, the Cima was by the VH41DE (a short-… version of the used in Infiniti Q45). An suspension (found on US-spec Q45) was introduced with the introduced air suspension. As for appearance, it to have the looks of British US-spec analog clock Infiniti models was also in Cima.

All-wheel drive and V8 engine was later.

Nissan Cima

Third Generation Y33 1996–Jan 2001)

The third Y33 Cima was introduced in 1996. It was in export markets as Infiniti The Y33 used the VH41DE engine than VH45DE. The Y33 became the car to offer with side as standard feature. The four-wheel version was still offered in market.

As for styling, the car had the appearance and similar to the Mercedes-Benz produced at time. The Y33 was also used by Prefectural Police Highway as patrol car. Toyota Majesta was its major competitor.

Fourth Generation F50 (Jan 2010)

In January 2001, the generation F50 Cima was launched by The fourth generation F50 Cima an updated version of previous along with a new rear Nissan worked extremely to make the design of this unique.

The 7-reflector headlights of became a major reason of its The F50 Cima had a competition with Proudia .

The Cima featured a new VK45DD V8 engine alongside VQ30DET engine. In 2002, the BOSE system was added in the vehicle. In 2003, the company revealed the hand drive version of the at the Shanghai Auto Show,

Nissan announced in August that the company had discontinued the of Cima and President both. Cima and Nissan President the same chassis. After the of Cima and President, the Nissan became the flagship in its marque.

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