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Nissan Cedric


The Nissan Cedric is a automobile produced by Nissan 1960. It was developed to provide transportation, competing with the Skyline and Gloria which later merged into the family. In later years, the Skyline was positioned as a sports whereas the Nissan Gloria was into a sporty version of the (with identical styling but a different radiator grille and rear light clusters).

In the Cedric/Gloria series was affectionately Cedglo, and this long series finally came to an end in 2004, replaced by the Nissan The Cedric name is still in use on the Y31 fleet vehicle, updated in and still in production. Throughout the versions of the Cedric, it was always to be the prime competitor to the Toyota

The hood ornament was inspired by the pattern used by Lincoln but was to two right angles set next to other.

First generation 30

The Cedric the Austin A50 Nissan was building license from Austin Company of England, which was the Nissan Austin. The six-seater introduced Nissan’s first body and a wrap-around windshield. The Cedric featured two stacked on either side of a large (inspired by a late 1950s train from Japan, the JNR 151). The taillights were the as the Datsun Bluebird 312. and was a six-seater.

April 1962 saw the introduction of a wagon–van, able to seat people.

Nissan Cedric

31 Series

Cedric 50

The Cedric Special was produced 1963 and 1965. It was a long-wheelbase of the H31 series Cedric Custom, 145 mm (5.7 in) to fit the 115 PS 2.8 litre K -Series straight-six (an H engine with two extra The grille is different from the one on the 31 it features a badge that Cedric Special, and the Cedric emblem. The side badges Cedric and Special.

On the trunk lid (on the left side) is a badge, on the right side is a Special badge. The gold pieces on the hood were and there was wheel arch and trim that was unique to the Special. The front bumper is also different, with a section in the middle above the plate. The interior was slightly luxurious than the Custom. The component that was identical to the were the tail lights.

The Mark I Special was produced in and was replaced by the Mark II in 1964. The II was mostly the same as the Mark I for a redesigned interior, new grille (gold star emblem and gold letters spelling rectangular reflectors below the lights (replacing the round used on the Mark I). An automatic the Borg-Warner 35, became available with the Mark II.

The Mark II was produced in 1963 and and was replaced by the Mark III Special in The Mark III featured a new grille and lights from the 1965 31 Cedric. The Mark III Cedric was replaced by the Nissan President in

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