Nissan Cefiro for Sale (Part 1)

Jan 16 08:42 2013 John Cena Smith Print This Article

Nissan Cefiro is a midsize car that was produced by the Japanese car manufacture Nissan Motors. Introduced in Japan in 1988 as the A31 series four-door sedan, Cefiro initially shared its chassis with the basic RWD Nissan Laurel (sixth generation) and Nissan Skyline (R32).

Nissan Cefiro dropped its sporting pretensions in the second (A32) and third (A33) generations,Guest Posting changing the layout of the front axle . In Europe and Australia, the A32 and A33 series models were sold as Nissan Maxima .

In North America, the Middle East and Africa, Nissan retailed the A32 and A33 series Cefiro sedans by brand Infiniti and Infiniti I30 and then as Infiniti I35. While the stylized versions of Infiniti was essentially identical to Nissan Cefiro sold in other markets, the same car with revised front - and rear styling was also sold in North America as the Nissan Maxima as cheaper, lower spec model.

A31 (1988-1994)

Nissan Cefiro sedan dropped the serial A31 to Japan in 1988. The upper range of the model used the same engine as found in the GTS-t R32, 2.0 liter turbocharged inline six cylinder engine capable of only. Other variants came with other versions of the Nissan RB engine. Brand new, Cefiro was slightly more expensive than equivalent Nissan Skyline. Many versions presented the HICAS four-wheel steering also.

Nissan took the odd step of making a version of the driving on the left of Cefiro, sold in Latin America as "Laurel Nissan Altima". The sportier net called the GTS-R. Unlike all the Japanese versions are fitted with a carbureted RB24 which was a single cam 2.4 liter RB inline six production. Since 1990, the A31 was renovated and given a softer look with revised light and bumper design / grill and an updated interior.

A32 (1994-1998)

Nissan Cefiro A32 series debuted in August 1994 for the Japanese market. With the debut of the A32, Nissan changed the market orientation of the Cefiro from a superior sports sedan (A31) to a slightly larger executive sedan. Generally the A32 was only badged as the Cefiro in Japan for the domestic market; A32s that were exported new from Japan often wore the Maxima badge. In Europe, the A32 was sold as the "Nissan Maxima QX". In Taiwan Cefiro Yulon A32 was manufactured by Nissan branded.

This particular series was softened enough, lacking the sporting edge of the A31, losing the inline six engines and rear wheel drive to front wheel drive and a V6, it is the award-winning VQ engine series of Nissan. The Japanese market Cefiro was also offered as a wagon, as an alternative to the Toyota Mark II Qualis, from 1997-2000.

Infiniti I30

Infiniti launched Cefiro in North America as "Infiniti I30" in 1995 for model year 1996. All models I30 were built in Oppama, Japan (the former home of the Ultimate’s), beginning June 27, 1995.

Infiniti I30 Original released in 1996 as a replacement for the aging rear-wheel drive sedan of J30 . As the best sellers of Infiniti and the first model of the brand rebadged, I30 emained the initial model of the brand to the reintroduction of Infiniti G20 to North America for the 1999 model year.

The I30 used 3.0 liter VQ30DE V6 engine producing and shared with the Ultimate’s. Infiniti I30 made several revisions over the years, including a revised taillights and forward Turismo five - said alloy wheels instead of the old BBS wheels. The Touring model included more aggressive suspension tuning and a spoiler and BBS wheels and a small percentage of the first generation had I30s manual transmission five-speed, many with VLSD. A hands-free cell phone in the race was also available as an option.

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