With a revised carburettor, this engine produced 66 bhp 49 kW. It also received a minor facelift with plastic surrounds for the headlamps, while the 1800 cc models were discontinued, and the chassis code was changed to 510N. It is a small-displacement four cylinder. 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. The Yue Loong 712 above , built in Taiwan, apparently lasted until 1986.
Introducing the Violet allowed Nissan to moderately increase the dimensions of the older Datsun Bluebird. In 1979, 120 2-door coupé models were assembled in Australia, apparently due to a mix-up with Nissan Australia's kit ordering system. The Stanza was available in Japan at Nissan Satio Store locations, while its companion was sold as the : five-door hatchback from 1981-1982, then replaced by the smaller based : three-door hatchback. Most notable feature is lack of a breather pipe hole at the back of the block. These cars had only minor appearance differences: radiator grilles, steering wheels, fabrics, etc. The two-door sedan did not undergo this modification; it is unknown whether it remained available alongside the new 711-series.
The design is often incorrectly attributed to. As well as American and Oceanic markets, the 510 was also imported into Europe. The first models were the L16 saloons, with the estate versions following shortly after. The new model was larger than earlier versions of the Cherry, with the new taking its place in the supermini sector on its European launch in June 1983, leaving the Cherry to compete in Europe against the new-popular hatchback designs like the and , while the Sunny gave buyers a traditional saloon and estate option. This model was built as a two-door , two-door , four-door , and later as a regular four-door , , and as a.
Perhaps you might call it the 2nd iteration of the 510 name? All he later told me, was the she tried putting the spare on backwards. The turbo version has 79 hp 4400rpm and 17 kgm 2400 rpm. Several hundred 140J sedans entered New Zealand through the Port of for the market and all were presold before they arrived. In Italy it was the only Nissan available in 1989, alongside the Spanish-made off-roader. Derivatives In Taiwan a car closely based on the T11 Nissan Stanza got the name 101 and in a facelifted version Yue Loong Feeling 102.
Since there was increasing need for accessories like air conditioning, anti-pollution air pumps and the like, the distributor was moved from the front side of the engine to the middle of the block to make room for these accessories. Taxi companies refused to purchase any more Violets, and in a rather drastic facelift for 1976 Nissan replaced the entire rear end including the roof panel and the doors with more traditional, notchback bodywork. In 1979, 120 two-door coupé models were assembled in Australia, apparently due to a mix-up with Nissan Australia's ordering system. 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. A12A The A12A is a 1.
He traded a Fairmont in for it. Cape Town, South Africa: Motorpress. It is a 12 valve, 6 cylinder, engine with a single chain driven cam, turbo non intercooled , and a non crossflow head. But Nissan took the practice to an even more intricate and obscure level, particularly with this model. Exhaust valve timing: Open: 50° B. The face lift models had a more modern and European look, with round front and rear bumpers and the corporate slatted grill.
They were released into the market anyway with no promotion, and promptly sold out. As well as American and Oceanic markets, the 510 was also imported into Europe. This vehicle was available for sale around the same time as the first generation Toyota Carina. Reportedly, market names of Cherry and Datsun 1000 were also used, however the Datsun 1000 name was associated with the early Nissan Sunny and Nissan Bluebird. In Australia, it was called the Datsun Stanza, and in Canada and the United States as the Datsun 510, a name which recalled the successes of the previous Datsun 510. Production continued well after the N10 model replaced it overseas, eventually being discontinued in late 1980, with the N10 5-door hatchback replacing it in 1981.
At the time of the merger, Prince was licensed to produce copies of the four and six-cylinder engines. The Cherry was introduced in Japan at a specially established dealership sales channel called Nissan Cherry Shop, whereas the Sunny was sold at Nissan Satio Shop, and the Bluebird was sold at the Nissan Shop. His dream was to make cars that were suited to Japan and, if possible, export them. Japan got the Violet, Auster, and Stanza; each were sold at seperate dealer networks. Bryan's Missin' Nissan Genealogy Page. The 510 range became famous for Nissan's rallying successes outside Japan and paved the way for greater Nissan sales internationally.