The Nissan/Datsun Cedric is a 1960-2004 model produced the upper middle class of the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan with rear-wheel drive.
The Cedric was launched by Nissan to compete with the Prince Skyline and Gloria models; after Prince was arrives in 1967 Nissan-owned, all three models were built for decades in parallel, where they shared the platform at a later date. Since the 1980s, Cedric and Gloria were always similar and differed mostly only in details such as the radiator grille, tail lights and model graduation. In October 2004, Cedric/Gloria were the Nissan Fuga replaced; an inexpensive Cedric model for fleet customers, based on the model generation Y31 of the late 1980s, is still on offer. In neither Germany nor Cedric Gloria were sold.
In Taiwan, the model series of Cedric 1964 was launched by the Yulon Motor Company. For the local market, the model series was given the name Yue Loong Victory and remained until 1987 in production. The model series was replaced by the then winning with little success Yue Loong Feeling of type YLN-102.
1960 debuted to round out the company’s program towards the top of the first Cedric, a conventional sedan with a 1.9-liter four-cylinder engine, unibody, rear wheel drive, drum brakes and rear solid axle; later a wagon variant and a 1.5-liter version of the sedan was introduced. From 1962, a longer wheelbase complemented the Cedric Custom sedan, a better-equipped variant on 6 cm the offer in 1963 also appeared the Cedric Special which was only marketed as Nissan, equipped to a further 14 cm stretched wheelbase and 2.8-liter inline six-cylinder.
Cedric The second generation, released in October 1965, received a completely new body and was partly driven by new engines. The choice was between a two-liter four-cylinder, various six-cylinder of the same displacement or with 2.3, and later 2.4 liter and a 2.2-liter diesel engine. Name in the export Datsun 2000/2200/2300/2400.
In February 1971 a completely new Nissan Cedric launched again with body in American style. From this series were Cedric and Gloria largely identical sister models with minor stylistic differences. Were offered two-door hardtop coupe, four-door sedans with and without B-pillars and combi versions, powered by two-liter, four-or six-cylinder engines, a 2.4 – a 2.6-liter six-cylinder engine or a diesel engine. This model was, under the names Datsun 220C/240C/260C also exported to some European countries, but not to Germany.
In June 1975, Cedric received new bodies of continued American cut. The 2.6-liter was complemented by a 2.8-liter six-cylinder. The export designation was, depending on the engine, Datsun 200C, 220C, 260C or 280C.
The next model change in June 1979, the Cedric again received new bodies in contemporary edgy style. The coupe was omitted. This production run was the first time two-liter turbo engines, the diesel engine was enlarged to 2.8 liters (six-cylinder). Name in the export Datsun 220C, 240C and 280C.
With the introduced in June 1987 Y31 Cedric took a sportier direction. Were the four-door hardtop powered or B-pillar sedans of two-or three-liter V6 engine with or without turbo or the 2.8-liter diesel. For the Japanese fleet market also two-liter four-cylinder for LPG were available. Innovative was the very modern, introduced in 1989 five-speed automatic. From the Y31 Cedric was no more to Europe exported.
The presented in June 1995 Y33 received changes to the body, could also be equipped with a new 2.5-liter V6 and all-wheel drive. The five-speed automatic was no longer available.
In June 1998, the last completely new Cedric appeared. The choice was between V6 engines of 2.5 or 3 liter engine and a 2.5-liter inline six-cylinder turbocharged (only with all-wheel drive). In October 2004, the production was Cedric, with the exception of Y31 fleet customers model set.
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