The father of the Nissan Maxima, and the brother of the R32 Skyline.
Enter the Nissan Cefiro.
Following the Toyota trend from last week, we're continuing this week with the all -reliable Starlet!
What is it? How does it work? And what will actually help your car?
No other vehicle has had as long a production run, or the popularity in South Africa as the Nissan Sunny truck, or as it was more popularly referred to, the Nissan 1400. In fact, the “Sunny” designation has never been used in the South African market- what was known as Sunny’s elsewhere, were badged as Sentra’s in the SADM.
(our mechanic resides in South Africa, and in this case we're thankful! he gives us a thorough opinion on the little truck.)
Also referred to as Japanese Domestic Model, the term refers to cars manufactured for Japanese market conditions and consumption, which is why so many cars of Japanese extraction are illegal in the USDM and other world markets. There are many reasons for the illegality, but foremost is the fact that Japanese cars have headlights that are designed to light up the left-hand side of the road, which can make it a dangerous business to drive such a car in right-hand traffic at night