Nissan Lucino/200SX

Nissan Lucino / 200SX is a Japanese compact and sports compact car of the Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. line. Years of release – 1994-2000. 1995 to 1998 The coupe was marketed in the North American market as the Nissan 200SX. The car was manufactured in the bodies of a 3- and 5-door hatchback and a 2-door coupe. In addition to Japan, the machines were also assembled in assembly workshops in the United States. The name of the car “Lusina” is taken from ancient Roman mythology in honor of the goddess of the moon and childbirth.

Engine Nissan SR16VE

The 1.6-liter Nissan SR16VE engine (or SR16 for short) was assembled from 1997 to 2000 at a plant in Japan and was installed on sports versions of such popular models as the Pulsar, Lucino or Sunny. In addition to the standard modification, there was an N1 version from Autech for Pulsar 1997-1998.

Engine Nissan GA15DE (S/E/DS)

The most common units of the GA series are, of course, 1.5-liter GA15DS and GA15DE. At first it was a carbureted GA15DSB, and in 1994 it was replaced by the GA15DE with multi-point electronic fuel injection. Thanks to electronic injection, the power increased to 105 hp at 6000 rpm, and the torque reached 135 N*m …

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