• Nissan Primera

Nissan Primera – car belongs to autosegmentu D manufactured by Nissan Motor company in 1990-2007.

Nissan Primera is the successor to the Bluebird. He debuted in 1990 as a model P10. In the same year he took second place in the prestigious Car of the Year. The second generation was presented in 1996 as a model P11, while in 1999, the model was modernized and given the designation P11-144. Since 2002, available completely new generation of primers for marking P12. It was produced until 2007 and presented its successor. This car was popular in European countries West, including Spain, the UK and Germany.

He has performed with the following versions of the body: sedan, liftback and station wagon. The petrol engines are:

versions after 1999 received the engine with a capacity of 1.8 (QG18DE) and power 126 and then 118hp

The first generation model was produced in the years 1990-1996 (combo to 1998). The car is equipped with front wheel drive implemented through a 5-speed manual transmission, optionally available was a 4-speed automatic. To drive available was five petrol engines with capacities of 1.6 and 2.0 (GA16DS, GA16DE, SR20DI, SR20DE, SR20DE). In addition, the list of engines figured aspirated diesel engines with a capacity of two liters (CD20).

Production of the car took place in the English city of Sunderland. Primer-generation exported to the United States under the name Infiniti G20. In a plebiscite on the European Car of the Year 1991 model took second position (for Renault Clio).

1997 (combined)

turbodiesel 2.0

FL 185/65R15

The second generation of primers presented in 1995. On the Japanese market model came with the end of the same year, in Europe in October 1996. Served to drive petrol engines with capacities ranging from 1.6 to 2.0 if one diesel engine. Version combo went to production in September 1997. In September 1999 was carried out facelift model. The new version has been marked as P11-144. Like the first generation, based on the P11 Primera was founded more luxurious variant of the model under the brand Infiniti.

The third generation of primers was introduced to the Japanese market in summer 2001, while in Europe, made its debut in March 2002. Unlike previous Primer (P10 and P11), P12 does not survive until its counterpart in the range of Infiniti models. Used to drive motors with capacities ranging from 1.6 to 2.5 liters.