The truck shares the stretched Nissan F-Alpha platform with the Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56 SUVs SUVs, and is manufactured in Canton, Mississippi, United States. 
- The truck shares the stretched Nissan F-Alpha platform with the Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56 SUVs SUVs, and is manufactured in Canton, Mississippi, United States.(More...)
- Initially, the Frontier was considered a compact, but beginning with the totally redesigned model year 2005 Frontier (introduced at the 2004 North American International Auto Show North American International Auto Show ), it became more mid-sized.(More...)
- In Latin America, X-Trail was positioned below Nissan Pathfinder Nissan Pathfinder.(More...)
- The Nissan Wingroad range appeared as a spin-off of the Sunny line in Japan, denoting a highly specified station wagon that replaced the Nissan Sunny California.(More...)
- An optional sports package including a limited slip differential and Nissan's HICAS four wheel steering was added to the hatchback.(More...)
- For the model marketed as Nissan Terrano II in Europe, see Nissan Mistral.(More...)
- In Australia dealer principles were advised in November 2006 that the GU will undergo one last fastlift.(More...)
The Titan is not intended to challenge the big 3 " Detroit Trucks" in sales numbers, but rather is meant to be an alternative to them and provide Nissan with some in-roads into the highly competitive truck market. The Titan is more " Upscale " compared to other pickups of it's kind, and therefore hopes to attract more upscale and wealthier buyers.
Just one month after the European order books were opened for its all-new GT-R, Nissan has already received over 1,500 orders for the supercar " accounting for the entire first year"s run.
The already available 5-speed transmission and 5.6L V8 will remain standard equipment on all Nissan Titans.
The Nissan Titan comes in four basic trim levels: XE, SE, Pro-4X, and LE.
Initially, the Frontier was considered a compact, but beginning with the totally redesigned model year 2005 Frontier (introduced at the 2004 North American International Auto Show North American International Auto Show ), it became more mid-sized.
It uses the new Nissan F-Alpha platform and exterior body styling resembles that of the company's full-size Nissan Titan truck. 
The Frontier " which is the American name for the model known as the Navara in most parts of the world " was introduced in 1997 for the 1998 model year as a replacement for the aging 1986.5-1997 Nissan Hardbody Truck.
Nissan first offered the Frontier with a 4-cylinder 4-cylinder engine, the KA24DE, but added the 6-cylinder engine, the VG33E in 1999. That changed, with the introduction of the 2000 Frontier Crew Cab.
For 2001, Nissan facelifted the Frontier, introducing bolder styling in an effort to make it more appealing to younger buyers.
Suzuki will market an as-of-yet unnamed Frontier-based mid-sized pickup that will be produced by Nissan North America at the Smyrna plant.
The D22 and D40 generations of the Nissan Datsun Truck line of pickup trucks that started in 1935 are called Nissan Frontier in the United States United States, Nissan Navara in most of Europe Europe and Australia Australia, and Nissan Terrano in Chile. Frontiers are currently built in Smyrna, Tennessee, like its immediate predecessor, the Nissan Hardbody Truck.
Automatic models featured Nissan's "DUET-EA" system, an electronic link between the engine control module (ECM) and the transmission designed to facilitate smoother, more controlled shifts. Many users have been known to circumvent this system however in favor of a more "sports car" feeling to the ride, similar to that of an aggressively shifted manual transmission. This modification was done by simply unplugging the transmission pressure sensor located on the U.S. driver side in the engine bay.
The Nissan 240SX was a car introduced to the North American North American market by Nissan in 1989. It replaced the 200SX (RWD) in 1989.
Notably, Nissan marketing and documentation almost exclusively used the term "fastback" in relation to the hatchback model. Due to differences of the hinge location, the car is technically not a true fastback, though it is frequently mistaken for such.
As the cars have aged, Japanese I-4 SR20DET, I-4 CA18DET, I-6 RB series, Nissan V-8 VH45DE VH45DE
and V-6 VQ35DE engine swaps have become an increasingly popular 240SX modification.
The coupe was closely related to the Japanese-market Silvia. It differed, however, in that it featured the same front bodywork as the Japanese-market Nissan 180SX, instead of the front bodywork found on the Japanese-market S13 Silvia.
Two distinct generations of the 240SX, the S13 (1989-1994) and the S14 (1995-1998), were produced from the Nissan S platform.
The 1998 marked the end of production for the Nissan 240SX, with no further variations of the S platform released in America America.
In Latin America, X-Trail was positioned below Nissan Pathfinder Nissan Pathfinder.
It was very popular and in many countries represented the best selling SUV because of its practical size, comfortable driving and low price. 
The X-Trail has had three model revisions, the Series 1 and Series 2 (using Nissan FF-S platform) and the imminent Series 3 (using Nissan/Renault C platform).
Nissan Canada's website removed the X-Trail as of September 2007 to promote the new Rogue.
The X-Trail was only sold in Canada for the 2005 and 2006 model years. Its successor, the 2008 Nissan Rogue, which shares the same platform as the 2008-present X-Trail, will appear in North America North America, and will be very similar to the Qashqai that was available in Europe and elsewhere from early 2007.
It was intended to remodel the Nissan X-Trail in America like in Europe, but at the 2007 Geneva Auto Show, it was said that it would be discontinued because of slow sales and will be replaced by the Nissan Rogue based on the second-generation X-Trail and Nissan Qashqai.
As 2007, Nissan sells the second-generation X-Trail alongside the related Rogue. The 2008 Nissan X-Trail gave its public debut at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show in March, and will go on sale in Europe this summer.
The Nissan Wingroad range appeared as a spin-off of the Sunny line in Japan, denoting a highly specified station wagon that replaced the Nissan Sunny California.
Both the Mazda Familia and the Nissan Wingroad had different front and rear ends compared to the wagon that was exported. Nissan Mexico sold versions of this as the Sentra with 1.5 and 1.8-litre engines. Thailand uses this model of B14 from 1994 until 2000 with a few minor changes along the way. 
In 1987 in the United States, Nissan discontinued putting the CA18ET into the Hatchback and created the SE model which had the potent VG30E generating 160hp and 165hp in 1987/88 with the introduction of the "W" series engine which had floating piston wrist pins.
This iteration of the Silvia, available as a 2-door hardtop coupe and a 3-door hatchback, was uniquely progressive in that it was originally intended to feature a rotary engine, designed and built by Nissan.
In Mexico, this car was sold from 1996 to 2000 under the name of "Lucino", with two versions available: GSE for the 1.6 l engine, and GSR for the 2.0 l. If not for this one car, there would be no confusion, as every other Nissan with a name ending in "SX" refers to a car based on the Nissan S platform.
When the Silvia was revived in the 1970s as a two-plus-two coupe to compete with the Toyota Celica Toyota Celica, it was introduced in some countries as the "200SX". This references the displacement in the engine: 2.0 liters liters. Other similar Nissan badging also refers to engine displacement, most notably the Datsun 240Z (2.4L) and its successive car line, all the way to the present incarnation " the Nissan 350Z Nissan 350Z.
The S12 was produced from 1984 - 1988, and went through numerous changes along the way. The chassis became a test bench for all sorts of Nissan technology, ranging from digital voice commands, rain sensing wipers, Heads Up Display on the windshield, exterior mounted intercoolers and accomplishing all this with eight different engine configurations and three separate drivetrain setups. Not only that, but they were all called different names depending on which country they were being exported to.
Template:Cleanup The Nissan 200SX name refers to several models of automobile sold by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. around the world.
The Silvia fastback was discontinued and replaced by a new model sharing the S platform, the Nissan 180SX Nissan 180SX Nissan 180SX.
A variant was produced by Kid's Heart for Nissan called the Sileighty, which featured the 180SX 180SX 180SX body with the front end from the Silvia. The Sileighty style was originally created by Japanese enthusiasts for their own 180SX's, and is still a common modification for the 180SX and 240SX 240SX 240SX fastback.
The B14 Sunny and Sentra appeared in 1994 and were produced till 1998, and featured four-wheel-drive variants. Other than Japan, this variant was produced in Pakistan through a joint venture between Gandhara-Nissan and Nissan Japan till 2001 for the local and export markets. In this generation, the station wagon was supplied to Mazda under an OEM deal as the Familia Van.
The Varietta was built by Autech and was based on the Spec-S model, featuring the same naturally aspirated engine, with a choice of the 4-speed automatic transmission or the 5-speed manual transmission. Production of the Silvia ended in August of 2002 amidst Nissan's efforts to reduce its myriad of platforms.
The S14 Silvia K's received a new version of the SR20DET, boasting a slight bump in power due to the implementation of Nissan's variable cam timing system, VTC, and a larger T28 turbocharger turbocharger.
The resulting monster became Nissan's official rally car in the World Rally Championship from 1983 to 1985, and finished 2nd in the 1983 New Zealand Rally.
In 1995, Nissan reintroduced the 200SX nameplate in North America to designate a two-door version of the Nissan Sentra (B14 chassis, a front wheel drive car), replacing the Sentra coupe (discontinued in 1994) and Nissan NX Nissan NX (discontinued in 1993).
The 200SX came in base, SE, and sportier SE-R models. All shared their front-end appearance, front-drive chassis, dashboard, and many dimensions with the Nissan Sentra.
In 1987 Nissan discontinued to put in the FJ Series engine and installed the CA18DET. Both Engines being DOHC.
From 1995 to 1998 Nissan applied the name "200SX" to two different lines of automobiles in different markets these years.
The Nismo 270R was a limited edition vehicle developed by Nissan Motorsports.
An optional sports package including a limited slip differential and Nissan's HICAS four wheel steering was added to the hatchback. 
The five-door hatchback remained in Australia until 1987, where it was known as the Pulsar ET Turbo and featured the E15ET engine. Pulsar EXA Convertible - This limited edition model was designed to commemorate the 15th anniversary of Nissan Cherry dealerships. It was launched in May, 1985, and just 100 vehicles were made available for the whole of Japan.
In 1995, the N15 Pulsar was launched and sold in Europe as the Nissan Almera Nissan Almera. New Zealand Sentras changed names (to Pulsar) during this generation as local assembly of the range ceased in favour of imports from Japan.
In Australia and New Zealand New Zealand, Nissan continued to use Pulsar name for the N16.
In October 2005, a new Nissan Bluebird Sylphy (G11 series) was previewed and appeared at the Tokyo Motor Show. In Europe, Nissan is expected to replace the Pulsar with models based on the Renault Clio Renault Clio, in particular niche vehicles such as the Nissan Note Nissan Note.
A more angular version was announced in mid-1982. This model was also built in Italy by Alfa Romeo as the Arna (named after the joint venture which created it, Alfa Romeo Nissan Autoveicoli), using Alfa Romeo engines.
The GTI-R, which was identified as an RNN14 model, was entered by Nissan into the World Rally Championship. It did not prove to be very competitive, and many believe it was hampered by a few technical problems. These included excessive weight over the front wheels which caused a deficiency in handling where the car could understeer excessively and the location of the turbocharger's intercooler unit atop the engine which caused inefficiency in the induction system.
The Langley and Liberta Villa models were not offered. This generation was badged as the Nissan Sabre (hatch back) and Sentra(4 door saloon) in South Africa, and the Nissan Sunny in Europe.
Nissan launched the hatchback model with the ST trim level and a sporty Q version. As such, all hatches were 1.8-litre powered.
In 2000, Nissan launched the N16 Pulsar, which included a compact MPV compact MPV version (the Nissan Almera Tino or Nissan Tino ) for the first time.
The Pulsar was first released in 1978 and was a subcompact car as was the Nissan Cherry it replaced.
The Nissan Langley was a Pulsar with more powerful engines and four headlights.
To keep the Bluebird nameplate alive, Nissan shifted it to the four-door version of the Pulsar, and named it the Nissan Bluebird Sylphy for the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM).
In Japan, the Nissan Tiida hatchback and Tiida Latio sedan replaced the Pulsar in 2004.
The Pulsar was actually the third-generation FF layout FF layout Nissan.
In Europe, it was sold as the Nissan Sunny, unrelated, however, to the Sunny sold in Asia.
In Thailand, Singapore, and China China, the N16 Bluebird Sylphy is sold as the Nissan Sunny.
In South Africa South Africa South Africa it was sold as the Nissan Sabre.
In 2005 a concept car called the Nissan AZEAL debuted at the Detroit Auto Show.
The Nissan Pulsar is a compact car compact car / small family car small family car produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan since 1978 when it debuted as a subcompact car subcompact car subcompact car. It was originally conceived as a replacement for Nissan's first front-wheel drive platform, the Nissan Cherry family (models E10 and F10).
All Pulsar models were produced in a front-wheel drive front-wheel drive configuration, though from the 1980s, Nissan did offer four-wheel drive four-wheel drive models, and in the early 1990s, the four-wheel drive turbocharged turbocharged Nissan Pulsar GTI-R.
Confusingly, the Italian models were also sold with Nissan badges, in Japan as the Nissan Pulsar Milano and in Europe as the Nissan Cherry Europe.
The N14 series also saw the introduction of the Nissan Pulsar GTI-R (labelled Sunny GTI-R in Europe). This was a homologation variant produced to satisfy the necessary WRC rules at that time. It featured a turbocharged turbocharged SR20DET engine producing 169 kW (230 hp JIS ) of power, as well as the ATTESA all-wheel drive all-wheel drive system.
The GTI-R raced under the Nissan Motorsport Europe banner. It was more competitive in the hands of privateers, winning the Group N class of the World Championship in the hands of Gr"goire de M"vius. It also proved popular in the European Rallycross Championship.
The station wagon continued to be from the Sunny, later spun off in Japan into the Nissan Wingroad.
The Langley was built in Australia as the Nissan Pulsar, while the more standard Pulsar appeared there as the Holden Astra. The three-door and five-door hatchback versions of the Pulsar were also made available, replacing the old Datsun 310 hatchbacks, but they proved to be unpopular and they were withdrawn from Nissan's North American lineup after one year.
The Pulsar EXA was known in North America as the Pulsar NX and shared many of its parts with the Nissan Sentra Nissan Sentra Nissan Sentra Nissan Sentra. This version of the Pulsar NX was available from 1983 to 1986 and came with either the fuel injected turbocharged E15ET engine or the carbureted naturally-aspirated E16S engine.
In Malaysia, it was sold as the Nissan Sentra, differ from the Nissan Sentra sold in the America.
In the Philippines Philippines, Taiwan, and Indonesia, the Bluebird Sylphy is sold as the Nissan Sentra.
In 1986, Nissan's design chief refused to follow the smoother, aerodynamic look of other cars.
For the model marketed as Nissan Terrano II in Europe, see Nissan Mistral.
The Nissan Pathfinder and Terrano were originally compact SUVs compact SUVs and they are now mid-size SUVs SUVs. 
The North American first generation Pathfinder came in two different bodies, and shared styling and most components with the Nissan Hardbody Truck.
At the 2004 North American International Auto Show North American International Auto Show, Nissan unveiled a completely redesigned Pathfinder for the 2005 model year.
From 86.5 to 1989 Pathfinders were available with either the Nissan VG30I V6 (145 HP, 180 ft"lbf (240 N"m) torque), or the Z24(106 HP) I4.
The new Pathfinder uses the Nissan F-Alpha platform, and is powered by a 4.0 L V6 engine VQ40DE (270 hp, 291 ft"lbf).
In Australia dealer principles were advised in November 2006 that the GU will undergo one last fastlift.
This would be the GU Series V. A new Patrol would not be available until 2009 at earliest - Nissan has not yet committed to the upgrade - the traditional markets of Australia, Middle East and Africa potentially do not have enough volume to create a separate chassis that is different from either the Titan or Navara/Pathfinder Navara/Pathfinder. 
Nissan built the first Patrols in the 1951s, and were designed for various purposes, many military.
For the first time, Nissan plans to sell the vehicle in the United States by selling an upscale version through the Infiniti dealer network, following in the foot steps of Toyota's successful U.S. launch of the Land Cruiser Prado through Lexus.
The name as per the Indian army records is Jonga. Under license from Nissan, the Indian government indigenously produced these vehicles, in their Vehicle Factory at Jabalpur.
As yet there is no definitive information on which platform it will use, but rumors suggest that it could be Nissan's F platform. It is likely Nissan will choose that platform, given their pattern of attempting to reduce manufacturing costs across their range of vehicles.
The old Y60 (GQ) platform is still manufactured as a military vehicle in the countries of Asia and the Middle East, and various versions of the Patrol are widely used by United Nations agencies. Users respect the vehicle for its power and durability, and modern version of the Nissan Patrol remains in production.
The Nissan Patrol is a Four wheel drive vehicle manufactured by Nissan in Japan Japan since 1951.
The Icelandic expeditionary forces deployed on a peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan since 2004 2004 used heavily modified Nissan Patrol for mobile observation missions in mountainous areas in Northern Afghanistan. The Irish Army and other branches of the Defence Forces use the Nissan Patrol as their main utility vehicle.
The Indian Army used the Nissan Patrol 1952 model under the light truck category.
The soft-top Nissan Patrol 60( two door Wheel Base 2200 mm ) and G60 ( two door Wheel Base 2500 mm ) were first sold in Australia in 1960 1960.