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  • Nissan Sylphy

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    The Nissan Sylphy (previously until 2012 known as Nissan Bluebird Sylphy) is a compact car, produced by the Japanese car maker Nissan, as the successor to the Nissan Pulsar. Built since 2000 and currently in its third generation, the second generation is still manufactured for certain markets. Sylphy has also been marketed in export markets under several other model names, including Pulsar and Sentra. The initial Bluebird Sylphy nameplate was a continuation for the larger Nissan Bluebird which was phased out in 2001. It was renamed the Nissan Sylphy in 2012.

  • Nissan Caball

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    Nissan Caball is a light commercial truck manufactured by Nissan Motors from December 1957 until December 1981. The Caball was mainly sold in Japan, Hong Kong, South East Asian countries, Australia, New Zealand, and few European countries and shared the Nissan Junior platform. While the Caball name came to an end in 1981 with the cancellation of the Junior, its larger replacement received the Nissan Atlas name in the domestic Japanese market (Cabstar in the export). These are 2-4 ton trucks, the lighter versions in the Atlas truck range took over after the lesser Cabstar/Homer. In Japan, it was available at Nissan Store locations and replaced by the Nissan Atlas.__NOTOC__

  • Nissan Qashqai

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    The Nissan Qashqai () is a compact crossover SUV produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan since 2006. For the first generation, the Qashqai was sold under the name Nissan Dualis in Japan and Australia. Now in its second generation, which was released in 2014, the new model is only badged as Qashqai, except in the United States where it is rebadged as the Nissan Rogue Sport. The original Qashqai replaced the off-road capable body-on-frame Mistral/Terrano II as Nissan's SUV offering, and its P32L automobile platform will be also used by other forthcoming Nissan crossover SUVs. Nissan named the Qashqai after the Qashqai (pronounced qaʃqaːʔiː) people living in mountainous Southwestern Iran. Qashqai means "A horse with a white forehead" based on a translation by Vasily Bartold.__TOC__

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