Nissan Safari – The Full Wiki

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Nissan Safari

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The Nissan Safari is a four-wheel vehicle manufactured by Nissan in since 1980. Outside of it is known as the Nissan Patrol —a carried over from the predecessor. The car is available in Australasia. and South America. South parts of Southeast Asia and Europe as well as Iran and the East.

The Safari has been as either a short-wheelbase (SWB) or a long-wheelbase (LWB) five-door The LWB version has also been in utility and cab chassis variants the wagon. Between 1988 and Ford of Australia marketed the Patrol as the Ford Maverick . The was available alongside the Nissan-branded

Also, in some European the Safari was for a short while as Ebro Patrol . The Patrol was regarded as a tough 4X4 in Australia, East, Europe an the Caribbean. Its hold is the Middle East, New Zealand, Japan and other Countries. Its major competitor is the Land Cruiser.

Land Discovery. Mitsubishi Pajero .

generation (60 series; 1960-1980)

60:SWB . soft top, top

G60:LWB :soft top station van

H60:Super LWB :station wagon, cab chassis

FH60:Super LWB :fire

The soft-top Nissan Patrol 60 2200 mm wheelbase) and G60 (two-door; mm wheelbase) were first in Australia in 1960. Left-hand L60/GL60 models were outside of Australia. The 60 series attention as the first vehicle to across the Simpson Desert in 60’s the Patrol were in US until mid 70’s.

The 4WD Nissan G60 was produced in short, medium and wheel-base versions. It had a manual type-F3B83L at first with 3 and with 4 speeds, 2 speed case with part-time wheel drive. The motor was a P40 with 3956cc (241.4cu inline overhead valve 6 features bathtub shaped chambers and fully balanced 7 crank shaft.

With 2 doors in front and 1 at and 4 seats (driver, and companion in two parallel back seats) in the wheel base version, the G60 have an 8 passenger’s capacity. characteristics are: Wheelbase: (9’2, 110) Load: (2205lb) Bore: 85.7mm Stroke: 114.3mm (4.500in) live-leaf/live-leaf Brakes: drum/drum 7.50×16; Fuel tank 64L

In 1963, the KG60 (and hard-top models were

In the 1960s, the Indian showed an interest in two vehicles the Nissan stable, they the Nissan Patrol P60 the Nissan The first production units completed at Vehicle Factory (VFJ) around 1969. The as per the Indian army records is which is an acronym for J abalpur O a N d G uncarriage A ssembly. It was built at the commisioned Vehicle Factory alongside the Nissan 4W73.

The first production units completed at Vehicle Factory (VFJ) around 1969. VFJ was in 1965 for the production of three vehicles for the Indian military: the 3 ton truck from MAN (Germany), the (1 ton Carrier) and quarter ton Nissan

Interestingly, both the vehicles Nissan stable were with the same engines and of parts in common.

The Jonga was briefly sold to civilian with a 4.0L Hino engine in 1996, but the demand was mostly due to an uncompetitive price, as as its unappealing looks. Less two hundred units were in all.

Jonga served faithfully the late 90s, when it was by the lighter Mahindra Mahindra jeeps. Many army pieces have also scrapped by their subsequent owners, or stretched and converted to carriers in rural areas. The is now becoming a rarity.

Third (160, 1980–1985; 161, cab chassis, 1990–1994)

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