The 2.8-liter Nissan RD28 diesel engine was produced by the concern from 1987 to 1999 and was installed on many popular Japanese sedans such as Cedric, Gloria and Laurel. A modification of the engine with an electronic high-pressure fuel pump and the RD28E index was installed on a taxi until 2009.
The Nissan Laurel is a Japanese business car manufactured by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. between 1968 and 2002. In total, 8 generations of the model were produced. The car was manufactured in Japan and Taiwan. The first generation of the car was made immediately after the takeover by Nissan of another Japanese manufacturer, Prince, at its factories and equipment. Cars were actively exported to European, Asian and Latin American markets until 1989. In Chile and Panama, the model was sold under the name Datsun Laurel.
The 3.0-liter Nissan VG30E engine (or VG30 for short) was assembled from 1983 to 1999 and, in fact, is one of the most massive V6 engines of its time, as it was installed on many models. The unit was produced in a wide range of capacities, there was even a version with a phase regulator.
Nissan VG20E was produced from 1983 to 1999 at a Japanese plant and many popular models of the concern such as Cedric, Leopard, and Maxima were installed. From 1987 to 2005, a gas version of this unit was used under the symbol VG20P for 100 hp.
The 2.5-liter Nissan RB25DE engine was produced from 1991 to 2002 at a Japanese plant and was installed on such popular models as Skyline, Cefiro, Laurel, and Stage. The first models (until 1993) were not equipped with the NVCS variable valve timing system. Characteristics of camshafts on these engines: phase 240/232, rise 7.8/7.3 mm. Such …
The first RB20 engines were installed on the Nissan Skyline R31. Early double overhead camshaft engines are referred to as “Red Top” because they have red caps. Later versions used the ECCS engine management system. There were different versions of 2-liter RB20 engines: RB20E, RB20ET, RB20DE, RB20DE NEO, RB20DET, RB20P, RB20DET-R.