Nissan Cherry (initially Datsun Cherry) – compact car produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan for the years 1970-1986. It was the first front-wheel series cars the Japanese manufacturer.
In the years 1970 to 1978 created two generations of the model, E10 and F10. Later, the name was changed to the Japanese market for the Pulsar (N10 and N12 series), in Europe, the vehicle was available under the old designation.
To drive the motors used R4, in the last series B4.
Alfa Romeo offered a twin to Cherry N12 model Arna, it was sold by Nissan as the Nissan Cherry Europe (Europe) and the Nissan Pulsar Milano (Japan). The only differences were the details of the body.
I generation (E10)
Second generation (F10)