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Nissan Primera

Nissan Primera DCI T-SPEC

The Primera is a mid-sized range of manufactured at plants in the UK and Japan .

Primera P10 (Mk I, 19906)

Since Nissan had been building —essentially a rebadged home-market or Stanza —for the European at its factory in Sunderland.

While car was well-built and reliable, it lacked the competency—particularly flair—needed in the large-medium car sector there.

In the autumn of 1990. Nissan the Bluebird with the Primera. It had a front-wheel drive chassis and manual gearbox, with versions getting the option of a automatic.

Power came 1.6 L carburettor and 2.0 L injection petrol a 2.0 L diesel followed. Bodystyles four- and five-door saloons and estate (the last of was imported from Japan). levels were also The car’s chassis was tuned to a comfortable ride and good which distinguished the Primera.

The engine received a power in 1992 which gave the GT a top speed of around 130 mph.

Some UK Primeras were in exported back to Japan.

The wagon version was called the Avenir in Japan and New Zealand. was selling the one variant of the Primera to supplement its Bluebird. In future however, the Avenir would be off on to a separate 1,700 mm wide

Nissan Primera P11 (Mk II, 19962001)

The Nissan Primera was launched in the of 1996. It was not an entirely new car, and its was unremarkable, but it was still probably the driver’s car in the large-medium sector, a that could even be at the 1.6 L base models.

The interiors were unimaginative but and comfortable, keeping in tradition Nissan’s high levels of quality. Mechanical reliability proved to be excellent.

As before, the was sold with 1.6 and 2.0 petrol and a 2.0 diesel, with hatchback, and estate bodystyles. A 1.8 petrol was in Japan and Australasia.

Nissan in launched the Nissan Primera and later Nissan Camino, but were essentially identical to the and UK-made editions. However, the models also introduced a CVT transmission during the P11 series.

In addition, Nissan began the Primera in the United States as a BMW rival. The Infiniti G20 was an upmarket sedan, based on the Primera but a distinctive chrome grille.

In the of 1999, Nissan gave the a facelift, giving it a more swoopy front end, and its specification levels. A 1.8 petrol was added to the range, and the 2.0 petrol now be had with 6-speed sequential automatic transmission in the style of a car. Essentially, though, the scored high on excellent of build quality and reliability.

This facelift was not generally outside Europe, with formalized the fronts of other and Caminos instead, bringing into line with the of the American Infiniti model, was different from the rest of the

In the UK, this car now has an association with culture, which has hurt its

Nissan Primera P12 (Mk III,

Late in 2001 Nissan the third-generation Nissan Primera, its all-new car since the collorbation Renault two years earlier. The new looked similar to the Renault but it maintained the old car’s hallmarks of ride, solid build and reliability, even if its handling was more to comfort now. The 1.8 and 2.0 petrol engines and 2.2 turbo were sourced from the Laguna.

No Infiniti equivalent was released, the Skyline-based Infiniti G35 replacing it

New Zealand Primeras were all with CVT transmission. with no option, which might hurt the range’s chances

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