Japanese Rides & Nissan Vanette

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Nissan Vanette

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The Nissan Vanette, a van and introduced by Japanese automaker Motors in 1978. It was also as Nissan Sunny-Vanette or Nissan Another unrelated model was sold in Europe with name which was based on the Serena.

In many markets, the version was sold Vanette and in a wide range of engine and drivetrain setup.

The available options were: A12S, CA20S, CA18T, LD20 and where both 2WD and 4WD versions offered with options of automatic, floor and column transmissions. It is no longer offered in though it is still offered in countries including Malaysia. appearance of some facelifted the basic model of Vanette the same.

Finally, the Mazda Bongo (or replaced it which was also as Nissan Vanette under an OEM

First Generation (C120;

The first generation C120 was launched as a replacement for the 1969 Cherry Cab/Sunny Cab C20 in October Initially, the Vanette was marketed in market as the Datsun C20, but it was sold as Nissan C20 or Nissan Vanette and eventually as Nissan . However, in the home market, it its run as Nissan Sunny Vanette or Cherry Vanette, based on distribution.

The Datsun Vanette was also in the range in 1986, which was through Bluebird dealership. The Vanette featured twin opposed to its sister versions came with single

In the beginning, it was offered as a truck van and a 9-seat minibus known as Coach. The Coach was powered by a (1397 cc) A14 4-cylinder engine, 75 PS (55 kW) at 5,400 rpm. However, the Van and versions received a 1.2-L cc) A12 engine, generating 64 PS (47 kW).

In later years, the 1400 cc was made available for the Van and Truck A high-rood version along a long-wheelbase and ten-seater Coach were also added in the later. The long-wheelbase version was by 33 cm and was never offered with A12

Second Generation (C22;

The second generation C22 Vanette was in 1985 and offered in Japan, America and Philippines.

In Japan, a performance version of Vanette was under Nissan Largo

United States

United States received the version of C22 Vanette with a to contend with the Toyota Van and Van. The Vanette was marketed in States as Nissan Van between and 1990. To meet the American for a minivan, Nissan had mounted a 2.4-L Z24i engine in version to meet the requirements air conditioning.

The C22 was in fact not designed to such large engine as a of which the C22 in United States from overheating and engine problems.

Nissan Vanette

In 1994, four were made to rectify the fire problem, but all efforts of went in vain as a result of Nissan forced to recall all the Van marketed in USA under a class-action The Van owners were compensated blue book value for vans. However, many preferred to keep their rather than giving it to Nissan.

Until 1999, the Nissan was offered in the Philippines under Vanette Grand coach The final version of the Vanette here was identical to the Vanette previously except for changed design, improved seat and a faux wood trim It was powered by a Z20 2.0-L engine.

The Philippines market didn’t any diesel version of Vanette as Asian countries did.

Generation (S20, SE, SK; 1994–1999)

The generation Vanette was launched in and remained in production until It was sold as a badge engineered Bongo as well as rebadged as Econovan and Ford Spectron.

Generation (S21, SK; 1999–2008)

The and final generation of Vanette was in 1999 and ended in 2008. It was a badge engineered Mazda Econovan.

The Nissan Vanette was by Nissan NV200 Vanette.

Nissan Vanette
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