In 1979, 120 two-door coupé models were assembled in Australia, apparently due to a mix-up with Nissan Australia's ordering system. Externally, the bumper overriders received a slight chrome molding in the middle. Model year 1990 Year of manufacture 1990 First year of ownership 1990 Most recent year of ownership 1997 Engine and transmission 2. It was available as a two-door sedan, a four-door sedan, a five-door hatchback, or a five-door wagon. Wheelbase was unchanged at 100. For the first time here, the 2-door saloon version was added to the range. .
A number of Stanzas also arrived as used imports from Japan in the late 1980s. Passing other cars was a breeze. Stanza has firm, responsive steering, nimble handling, and impressive cornering grip, even on wet roads. Taxi companies refused to purchase any more Violets, and in a rather drastic facelift gradually introduced beginning in February 1976 Nissan replaced the entire rear end including the roof panel and the doors with more traditional, bodywork. Figure that Nissan wanted to erase the name of a model that didn't compete as well as vehicles from Toyota and Honda. The Auster was exclusive to Nissan Prince Store locations, as a lower cost alternative to the , but was slightly larger than the.
Nissan introduced their emissions control technology with this generation, called , and the cars received a new chassis code of A11. Being built in the United Kingdom, it was possible to sell the Bluebird in markets like Spain and Italy without the quota limitations imposed on Japanese-made cars. At the same time, the L16 engines were replaced by the cross-flow , to meet newer stricter emissions rules. After previously offering eight engines for the 1986 to 1990 T12 series, Nissan equipped the final 1990 to 1992 U12 Series with just one engine type. It remained on sale in Britain until 1986, after which Nissan sold the first British-built Bluebird as its only product in this market sector.
In most export markets the car was originally sold as the Datsun 140J or 160J depending on the engine; this name was then gradually changed to Nissan Stanza in most markets. From July 1986, the T12 was assembled from parts shipped in from Japan, at. Two- or four-door sedans, a two-door coupé, and a five-door station wagon were available. The steering was adjusted to decrease driver effort, while noise levels were reduced, and gear ratios were adjusted to boost gas mileage. In Europe, front-wheel drive and a liftback design were becoming the norm in this segment, although more traditional Japanese buyers still preferred the rear-wheel drive Bluebird.
These were built in , in the United Kingdom, and badged as the. Early export market cars were fitted with tiny chrome cover plates to hide the holes left on top of the front fenders by the Japanese market rear view mirrors. This car must've been parked somewhere, it's under mileage surely. Since 1987, Nissan have now fallen behind in reliability to Toyota and Honda. Mexico For the Mexican domestic car market, the 710-series Violet was produced from 1973 to 1978 at Nissan's assembly plant, near ,.
In October 1978 the car underwent a facelift, becoming the A11 in the process. This model was built as a two-door , two-door , four-door , and later as a regular four-door , , and as a. It just wasn't driven much. A compact car, the Stanza was available in four different body styles throughout much of its tenure. May as well put new ones in. Nissan unveiled the first-generation Stanza, the 710 Series, in 1971, followed by the A10 Series in 1977, and the T11 in 1981.
I have same problem, if it's a fuel injection car, I'm 99% sure it's inside gas tank. I love big 4 cylinder engines. Aside from the different name, the North American market 710 received large separate bumpers rather than the curved, fitted pieces used in other markets to comply with United States in 1973. The car was unusually heavy for its class, due to sharing a platform with the contemporary and as a result of its small engine, underpowered. The later T72 models replaced the T12 during 1987, followed by a face lift around a year later.
For me, that's 2 bad examples of the same model from the same manufacturer. The timing chain didn't break. The 4th Gen Stanza used the 2. Looking back, an ex-girlfriend had a 1989 Stanza that needed a new engine before the 100,000 mile mark. In early years, Toyota Camry had major problems with muffler, while Nissan Stanza did not. Check out listings for your specific vehicle applications. Its definitely not the best styled car, but there are a lot of aftermarket parts available.