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Japan, 1933-


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History

Nissan

Here is the evolution of the Nissan logo over the years (Click on the image for large version) :

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Nismo

Nismo is the in-house tuning and performance division. It is an acronym for "Nissan Motorsport International Limited"

Datsun

Datsun was the name used for export of the Nissan automobiles prior to 1983. The name was phased out in 1984.
Recently, Nissan has revived the Datsun name to encompass entry-level vehicles sold in emerging markets.

Here is the evolution of the Datsun logo over the years (Click on the image for large version) :

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Prince takeover

See Prince. On August 1st 1966, the Prince Motor Company was officially absorbed into Nissan and carried over the model names and production smoothly. Even models in development at Prince were continued and released as Nissan (Cherry FWD).

Infiniti

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Cars

To see the complete list of "Alpha 3" country codes used in these pages to specify the market in which the model was sold, please visit the following website :
https://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/country_code_list.htm
(We added (EUR) for Europe, (NAM) for North America and (SAM) for South America)

Datsun

  • 1000 *See : Bluebird 110 and 210 series
  • 1200 *See : Bluebird 110 and 210 series
  • Stanza (1981-1982) *See : Nissan Stanza (T11) (1981-1986)

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Nissan

  • Maxima (1983-1984) *See : Datsun 810 Maxima
  • Violet 710/711 (JPN)(1973-1977) *See : Datsun Violet (1973-1977)
  • Violet (A10/T10) (JPN)(1977-1981) *See : Datsun Violet (1977-1981)

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Concept cars


Race cars


Trucks & Buses


Links

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