Nissan Cima

The Nissan Cima is a Japanese full-size luxury sedan manufactured by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in the period from 1988 to 2010 and from 2012 to the present. The name of the car comes from the Spanish word “top / crown”. In 2010, the company discontinued production of the Cima due to the need to upgrade it as part of safety regulations. Since 2012, the release of the 5th generation of the model in a hybrid modification has been resumed. It is also known as Infiniti Q70L in the North American market and Mitsubishi Dignity in other markets.

Engine Nissan VQ35HR

The Nissan VQ35HR 3.5-liter V6 engine has been assembled at the company’s Japanese plant since 2006 and is installed on numerous Nissan models based on the Front Midship platform. At the moment, such a unit is used only as part of a hybrid power plant.

Engine Nissan VQ30DET

The 3.0-liter turbo engine Nissan VQ30DET was produced from 1995 to 2007 in Japan and was installed on such popular concern models as Sima, Cedric, Gloria or Leopard. There was also a twin-turbocharged version of this engine under the VQ30DETT index.

Engine Nissan VK45DE / VK45DD

The 4.5-liter V8 Nissan VK45DE engine (or VK45 for short) was assembled at the Yokohama plant from 2001 to 2010 and installed on the most expensive and powerful models of the Japanese concern such as Fuga and President.

Engine Nissan VH41DE

The 4.1-liter Nissan VH41DE engine (or VH41 for short) was produced from 1991 to 2001 and was installed on the most expensive models of the concern, including the American Infiniti Q45. This power unit still attracts fans of swapping powerful engines in their cars.

Engine Nissan VG30DET

The 3.0-liter Nissan VG30DET engine was produced by the Japanese concern from 1986 to 1996 and was installed only on large sedans such as Sima, Cedric and Gloria, as well as the Leopard coupe. This power unit was equipped with a Garrett T3 turbine and developed a power of 255 hp and 343 Nm.

Engine Nissan VG30DE

The 3.0-liter Nissan VG30DE engine was produced by the company from 1986 to 2000 and was installed both in civilian cars and in popular sports models of the 300ZR and 300ZX families. The power unit was offered in a wide range of capacities and was equipped with a phase regulator.

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