The Nissan Serena is a van by the Japanese automaker Nissan, which has been produced since 1991. He solved the model range from the Nissan Vanette C22, which was offered nor parallel to 1993 or 1994 in Japan and Europe.
In Europe and North America, only the first generation C23 Serena was offered. From 1992 to 2001, it was produced at Nissan Motor Ibérica for the European market the Serena C23 in Spain. In the model range of Nissan Europe on the one hand, replacing the built from 2000 MPV Nissan Almera Tino and on the other hand offered from 2002 Nissan Primastar the Serena C23. A directly comparable successor there with the Nissan Evalia only since 2011. In the North American Market sparked the Nissan Liberty 1998 Serena C23 from.
The Serena C23 was the world public in 1989 presented at the Tokyo Motor Show and sold from June 1991 in Japan and North America. In 1992, the production and sale in Europe.
As motorization were two petrol engines with 1.6 and 2.0 liter engine with an output of 100hp (96hp in Europe) and 130hp are available. The also offered diesel engine with 2.0 liter cubic capacity 75hp in Europe and by means of turbocharger and intercooler 91 and 97 HP in Japan. The engines were positioned in mid-engine layout behind the front axle below the driver’s and front passenger’s seat and drove the rear wheels by default. While in Japan also all-wheel drive was available, there was this not in North America and Europe. An automatic transmission with four speeds was available for all versions in Japan and North America.
In North America, the production of the C23 series in 1998 has been set and the Nissan Liberty introduced as a successor in the segment, the production in Japan ended in 1999. In Europe, it was decided that for the time being continue to produce the Serena C23. He was therefore given a facelift in 1998 and there was now also an optional automatic transmission for petrol engines. In September 2001, production in Europe was finally set, there was a direct successor to this Not market.
The Nissan Serena C24 was offered from June 1999 in Japan and other Asian markets.
Unlike its predecessor, the C24 was equipped with front wheel drive. The engines were positioned in front-engine layout front of the front under the hood and were combined with standard front-wheel drive, but an optional four-wheel drive was available again. Now In addition, a new CVT automatic transmission was offered. Standard were also two sliding side doors and a rear hatch and by the increased length of the overall larger body were now nine seats possible. The comfort had increased further with an extensive standard equipment, which included, for example, a navigation system, heated and electrically adjustable exterior mirrors, central locking and electric windows. If desired, the doors could be fitted with an electric drive and an associated control by remote control.
In 2002, over 500,000 units of the C24 in the home market of Japan, had been sold. In 2003 the production of the Aichi Machine Industry moved to the Nissan plant Nissan Motor Tochigi. At the same time the equipment to the intelligent key keyless go was extended.
In 2005, the production of C24-generation ended in Japan. In Malaysia, the C24 is still being built.
2005 Nissan started production of the third generation of the Serena. The new model was based together like the Nissan Lafesta on the C platform of the Group. In addition to manufacturing in Japan, from where vehicles were exported to Hong Kong, among other things, the Dongfeng-Nissan joint venture allowed a local production for China in the city of Zhengzhou (Henan Province).
The body of the C25 was a modern, edgy and sporty design. The distribution of glass surfaces has been adapted to the new style, so the front side windows are still under the approach of the exterior mirror and just before the B-pillar by a slight rounding narrowing upward side glass surface highlights the styling of the vehicle. The Serena has thus dropped from its original purpose as a workhorse and is in the class of ascended so-called recreational models in Japan. Moreover, many Japanese tuners, the third-generation Serena was to introduce a popular new object creations. Optional CVT automatic transmission and an improved all-wheel drive system were available again. There were now standard four-wheel disc brakes installed.
In December 2007, the Serena C25 underwent a facelift. As part of this, a new grille, new exterior mirrors and modified headlamps were used. The latter were fitted with lids lying down to let the Serena once again benefit from a more sportive look.
From 2007 to 2009, the C25 was able to secure three years in a row the title as Japan’s top-selling van. In April 2010, one million units of the Serena C25 were on the Japanese home market has been sold.
As part of a joint venture between Nissan and Suzuki was agreed that the Suzuki Alto is built as Nissan Pixo. In return, Nissan pledged to deliver to Suzuki Vans. The Serena C25 came along in January 2007 as the Suzuki Landy SC25 on the market.
Suzuki Landy SC25 (2007)
Suzuki Landy SC25 (2008Â–2010)
Since November 29, 2010 the fourth-generation Serena in Japan being sold.
The design of the C26 is based heavily on predecessors, as evidenced in particular by maintaining the distinctive side line. Nevertheless, the air resistance has been reduced by approximately eight percent despite only slightly modified shape. There are three trim levels available, all of which come standard with sliding doors with electric drive. The basic variants G, S and X, and a modified version of the Nissan tuner Autech as Serena Rider. The Date For sale available 2.0-liter gasoline direct injection is combined with front-wheel or all-wheel drive, with the latter variant, power and torque of the engine are minimal lower. Designed particularly environmentally friendly, has the gasoline engine depending on the equipment over a start-stop system. A special feature of this system is the so-called ECO engine, which takes over the function of the alternator and starter and a shorter and quieter start the Internal combustion engine allowed. When transmission is a continuously variable CVT automatic.
In February 2011, the top model "Highway Star" was introduced. This trim level also features Xenon headlights and automatic low beam with automatic level control. The sliding door opens automatically by one-touch function (with trap mechanism).
In the registration statistics of Japan, Serena took fourth place in 2011.
In December, the production of the Suzuki Landy SC26, which is based on the Serena C26 launched.
Nissan Serena C26, accessed on November 9, 2010 Nissan Serena C26 Data Sheet (Japanese) (PDF; 139 kB) Nissan Releases All-New Serena Minivan, accessed on November 9, 2010.
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