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  • Nissan Tiida

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    The Nissan Tiida is a compact car produced by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan since 2004, spanning two generations. The name "Tiida" is from the Okinawan language and means "sun", continuing the naming tradition started in 1966 with the Nissan Sunny. For the first generation of Tiida manufactured between 2004 and 2012, the series is designated C11 and was sold as a five-door hatchback and four-door sedan. This model straddled the subcompact and compact car segments. It retailed in North America as Nissan Versa, in parts of South America as Dodge Trazo, and in Southeast Asia for the sedan only under the title Nissan Latio. The C11 bridged the subcompact and compact car classes, acting as an intermediate model between the smaller Micra/March and larger Bluebird Sylphy and Sentra models within the global Nissan portfolio. Therefore, depending on the market, the C11 replaced different models and engrossed different segments. For example, in Japan the Tiida replaced the Nissan Sunny (B15) in Nissan's lineup as the smallest sedan.

  • Nissan Elgrand

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    The Nissan Elgrand (Japanese: 日産・エルグランド Nissan Erugurando) is a minivan manufactured by Nissan Shatai for Nissan since 1997, available in three model developments, the E50, the E51 and as of 2010 the E52. The Elgrand is commonly used by celebrities in Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand and some other countries/regions around the world. In Japan, ownership costs are expensive due to the exterior dimensions having exceeded Japanese Government dimension regulations and engine displacement incurring higher annual road tax obligations. The Elgrand's main competitors are the Toyota Alphard / Toyota Vellfire, and the Honda Odyssey, and is sold as a larger, more luxurious alternative to the Nissan Lafesta.__TOC__

  • Nissan Terrano II

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    The Nissan Terrano II (known as the Nissan Mistral in Japan) is a Compact SUV manufactured by the Japanese automaker Nissan from 1993 to 2006. It was also made by Nissan's Spanish subsidiary Nissan Motor Ibérica S.A. for the European market, where it was marketed as Nissan Terrano II, and also supplied under an OEM agreement to Ford Europe for sale as the Ford Maverick on the continent and in the United Kingdom.

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