The Nissan Tiida (Japanese for "continuous change of the tide") is a passenger car model in the compact class, which is produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan since the fall of 2004. In North America it is called a Nissan Versa, in Malaysia and Indonesia as Nissan Latio.
In Mexico, the Tiida under the U.S. brand Dodge at Nissan’s plant in Cuernavaca Civac was mounted under the name Dodge Trazo. In South America, however, the Trazo presented in parallel is its own car brand and was also as in Mexico only in 2008 and 2009 available. Under the brand Trazo the Tiida was called Trazo C and was only available as a sedan in a 1.8-liter version. The Trazo brand has now been abandoned.
The launch of the Tiida took place in September 2004 in Japan, in China in 2005 and in North America it was introduced in late 2006 as part of the Detroit Motor Show. In the fall of 2007, he debuted in many European countries and was eventually offered from the end of January 2008 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The Tiida replaced on the European market, the Almera and Primera models and was placed in the model range between touch and Qashqai. As a classic car world it is produced at several locations in Japan, China, Mexico, Thailand and Taiwan and exported to up to 165 countries.
The first generation is based on the Group, but as I came to use the Nissan Note in an extended version with a larger wheelbase used together with Renault B platform. This was a great space to be created, moving close to the level of a middle class vehicle. Available C11 is the five-door hatchback or the sedan with four doors, which is sold in Japan under the name Nissan Latio. The design is based on other models of the Nissan Group, such as the Murano or the note.
In the spring of 2011, the import of the Tiida in Europe has been set, as the demand was too low. Late 2011, the production was all set (except for Thailand and Malaysia).
Nissan Tiida Saloon
For the Tiida three trim levels were available, which has been a standard included a comprehensive safety package. The factory was driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution, electronic stability program, three-point belts on all seats, active front head restraints on board. Another feature of all equipment is the asymmetrically folding rear seat, which to the hatchback model Can be moved 240 mm forward, which increases the boot capacity from 300 to 425 liters. When notchback model, the storage space is 500 liters.
The baseline Visia offered in addition to an electric power steering, central locking, electric windows front and rear, electrically adjustable door mirrors and body-colored bumpers and door handles. For a supplement, Comfort package with air conditioning, CD radio with four speakers, Bluetooth interface and steering wheel remote control was available.
The next higher equipment named Acenta was in addition to the features of the basic version with cruise control, CD radio with six speakers, trip computer, steering wheel control, 15 "alloy wheels, rain sensor, leather steering wheel, fog lamps, climate control, center armrest equipped rear and additional shelves. A sunroof glass and an executive package with DVD navigation system including a CD changer was optional.
Tekna called the top furnishings, which included all the details of the lines Visia and Acenta. In addition, they included a CD changer, keyless-go system, electrically folding exterior mirrors, a sunroof and partial leather seat covers. Upon request, a charge-requiring DVD navigation system and a top-line package consisting of full leather seats, xenon headlamps with headlamp cleaning system and heated seats could be ordered.
In Japan, variants with 1,5 – and 1,8-liter four-cylinder in the offer, abroad, other motor units as well as a version with Renault diesel engine to be sold. The 1.5 L is also available with all-wheel drive, a manual transmission is offered only for the 1.8, all other versions are fitted with a four-speed automatic or continuously variable CVT automatic. The North American Versa models are manufactured at Nissan’s plant in Mexico, and only with 1.8-liter engine and with Front-wheel drive offered.
For Germany the car with a 1.6-liter gasoline engine with 81 kW was (110hp) equipped power and a maximum torque of 153 Nm as the base engine. As gear this were a 4-speed automatic and a manual 5-speed gearbox is also available. The consumption was reported to be 6.9 l/100km and 165 g CO2 perkm for the switch and 7.9 l/100km and 178 g CO2 perkm for the automatic transmission. The Benzinerangebot was complemented by a 1.8-liter Motor, which in Germany 93 kW (126hp) and 173 Nm of maximum torque unfolds. For this purpose, only a six-speed manual transmission was available, would reduce energy consumption 7.8 l/100km and CO2 emissions are 188 g /km. A developed by alliance partner Renault diesel engine with 78 kW (106hp) and a torque of 240 Nm was also available. The combinable only with manual six-speed gearbox engine consumes 5.2 l/100km and has a CO2 emission of 138 g /km.
At the 14th Shanghai Motor Show in April 2011, the second generation of Tiida premiere. The wheelbase of the new model has been extended by 100 mm compared to the predecessor and the first time the engine range includes a turbocharged gasoline engine.
The launch took place in May 2011 in China, where large numbers were sold from the very first generation Tiida.
(Code: C17) In North America the introduction of its sister model Versa in the autumn of 2011, this is available only as a saloon.. The hatchback replaced since mid-2013, the Nissan Versa touch.
The Nissan Tiida C11 has been used successfully in the Chinese touring car racing. The road cars, based on which the racing cars were built, ran in Dongfeng plant in Guangzhou from the tape, the Nissan vehicles manufactured under license. Responsible for the race-ready construction was the Ghia Sports Team of Zhuhai. For engine and gearbox Nismo was responsible, which could bring the HR16DE engine used on an output of about 160hp.
Two Tiida C11 drove in China from 2006 in the 1600cc class of the China Circuit Championship (CCC). The revised for racing car weighed 1000kg each and were looked after by the DongFeng Nissan Ghia Sports Team. In the first six races of the season were on the three courses Shanghai International Circuit, Gold Port Park Circuit (Beijing) and Zhuhai International Circuit on the program, which were held from 11 March to 29 October 2006. Each circuit was it traveled twice. This year, Nissan was able to win the drivers’ championship title with the Tiida.
In 2007, Nissan entered again with the Tiida in the CCC, this time with sequential 6-speed transmission and a resultant by the rules weight increase to 1015kg. Again, there were six races to complete, which were held on the same courses as last season. However, it was only ever driven in Zhuhai, while in Beijing took place three runs. After this season, the best result of third place in the table was in the Drivers’ championship.
The following year, Nissan was able to build on the successes of the 2006 season again. In order to maintain the competitiveness of the Tiida, have been some changes to the aerodynamics and the cornering performance, for example, performed by a lower center of gravity and larger 17-inch wheels. In the racing calendar a run at the 2007 newly opened route Chengdu International Circuit and Shanghai Tianma Circuit on the now completed the famous venues. After six Races that were completed from April to December, Nissan went at the end of the 2008 season as winners of the Drivers ‘and Constructors’ Championship forth.
The series in China Touring Car Championship (CTCC) was renamed for the 2009 season and added another racing event at Guangdong International Circuit, on the other hand they stressed the events in Chengdu and Zhuhai. However, the number of six races remained unchanged. At the end of the season Nissan has seen as the best result in the drivers’ championship in second place, the same ranking was achieved in the Team Championship.
The race calendar for the 2010 season saw before eight races, which were held from April to December. The races took place in Shanghai, Zhuhai, Chengdu, Beijing, Guangdong and the newly opened Ordos International Circuit on which the CTCC race was the first race in the history of the newly built track. This year, the first three Tiida were used which were strengthened in the last two rounds by another car. This year, with the date worst result for the Tiida in China touring car racing ended after that season was only once a finish among the top three.
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