Datsun Sunny — Volkswagen Pointer Variant II

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Datsun Sunny

The Nissan is a compact car built by the Japanese Nissan from 1966 to It was launched in 1966 as the Datsun and although production in Japan in 2004, the name remains in use in the market. In the US, the later models known as the Nissan Sentra ; in the Sunny is known as the Nissan [ 1 ] The Sunny fitted neatly the Nissan model line. It was than the supermini Nissan (Micra) models, but not as big as the compact models. The latest versions of the were larger than the models, and may be considered compact Earlier versions (through at the B11 series) were subcompact All Sunnys through the 1982 year (except as noted used Nissan A engine

Confusingly, the Sunny name has used on other Nissan notably various export of the Nissan Pulsar model The Sunny has been imported and manufactured worldwide under names, and bodystyles, in economical, and performance packages for many Some configurations appear to be based on bodystyle appearances, but a common platform. The Sunny was in Japan at a dedicated dealership channel called Nissan Store . and badge engineered later appeared at the other networks.

B10 (1966–1969)

The first Datsun exported as the Datsun 1000, was in September 1966 with two styles, a two-door sedan and a van/station wagon (VB10). The was an all-new product built on a platform called the B series benefited from Nissan’s of small cars since the war. These were in both a Standard and Deluxe featuring drum brakes, leaf springs at the rear and type independent front The front end used a single leaf spring. In Japan the car was at a dealership sales channel just for the Sunny, called Satio Store The Sunny was in the same year that the Corolla was introduced, that was exclusive to a particular Japanese sales channel.

In December 1965, Nissan a national campaign in Japan to its newest product in a mail-in and after receiving over million submissions, the name was chosen after having suggested 3,105 times and was on 19 February 1966 by Yoshisuke Nissan Motors founder. [ 4 ] [ 5 ]

Sunny B10 series interior

The car a four-cylinder in-line engine, the with a total displacement of 988 cc and a gearbox. The 1968 model, in October 1967, added to the the four-door sedan (B10) in DeLuxe and Standard form. 1968 saw the new 1969 models with a new coupé (the added. Marketed as the Sunny in Japan, it was available in a wide of levels from Standard, to GL ( Luxe ). The range of factory and accessories was by this time Total horsepower in the 1968 was claimed to be 62 hp (46 kW) at 6,000 rpm.

All of the other models got new grilles and tail lights, which now reversing lights in the van/wagon

The only other country seems to have received the is Australia, where it was marketed as the 1000 Coupé. It was well and was available only in the Deluxe of trim. The Australian Deluxe came standard with inclusions that were only as options in the Japanese The engine in the coupé had higher a different Hitachi carburettor, and a outlet exhaust manifold. changes increased its power to 66 hp (49 kW); a 4 hp, or 6.5% increase the lesser models. Unlike the and wagons, the coupé was only made in right drive.

Four-door sedan, rear

July 1969 saw the release of the different (cosmetically) 1970 year. which left the model year run at only months. No additional models added, and production ceased in 1969, cutting the 1970 year run at only six months.

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