Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese automotive industry that used to market Datsun products until 1983.
Its main office is located in the Ginza region of Chuo-ku, Tokyo. But in 2010, Nissan moved its main office to Yokohama, Kanagawa. As an automotive company, Nissan is recognized as one of the three main Asian competitors in the United States.
While along with its alliance, Renault, Nissan became the fourth largest producer in the world.
In the millennium era, Nissan has produced its flagship cars to be offered in the public market.
Nissan March and Nissan NV200 which are some of the automotive products from the car factory in Yokohama. Here are the specifications of both.
- Nissan March
Nissan March carries a 1.2 Liter (1,198 cc) engine, 3 cylinders in line, double overhead camshaft (DOHC), and equipped with valve timing control (VTC). The engine produces a maximum power of 78 PK at 6,000 engine revolutions per minute (rpm) and maximum torque of 106 Nm at 4,400 rpm.
Engine power and torque are channeled to the front rada via an automatic gearbox that uses continuously variable transmission (CVT). The maximum speed of Nissan March is 140 kilometers/hour.
Nissan March consumes 1 liter of gasoline to travel 20 kilometers. That means that with a 41-liter tank capacity being fully loaded, Nissan March can travel as far as 820 kilometers.
Although small, the interior of the Nissan March, including ergonomic, and agile driving. From the outside, this car seems to have good quality, as well as the interior. Although the interior is dominated by plastic, it doesn’t seem cheap.
Even in the higher variants, Nissan March is equipped with automatic climate control. Something rare for cars in its class. The Nissan March is 3,780 meters long, 1,665 meters wide, and 1,515 meters high.
The distance of the front and rear axles (wheelbase) 2,450 meters. Its weight is 960 kilograms.
- Nissan NV200
Machine Type: Petrol
Maximum Power: 106 Bhp
Maximum Rotating Power: 153 Nm
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