Nissan Maxima

Nissan Maxima is a full-size car produced by Nissan, which is marketed as a (sports car with four doors). Maxima began in July 1976, an exclusive version of the Bluebird and was spun into its own line in 1980, having been made continuously since then. Most pre-2004 Maxima has been built in Oppama, Japan, until the current North American Maxima began to gather in Smyrna, Tennessee. The Maxima models are also known as Nissan Cefiro or Nissan Laurel in various markets.

The model line began with the Nissan Bluebird Maxima Maxima, which was available in the U.S. as the Datsun 810 in February 1977. Is powered by two versions of the series of engine displacement 2.0-liter SOHC I6 for the Japanese market and 2.4 L (as in the Datsun 240Z) for the U.S. market. Bluebird Maxima used a carburetor for the base model and fuel injection for the sporty version. The 2.0L engine was good for 122 hp JIS (90 kW), while the larger engine of America could reach 125 hp SAE (93 kW). The sporty version of energy channeled through a four-speed manual transmission. These cars were rear wheel drive and had a semi-final arm rear suspension. station wagon variant had the rear axle line, for reasons of accounting charge.

2-door coupe version was introduced in 1979, and external update, and was available only in the composition of the Maxima is a Datsun 810. New Datsun 280ZX divided into 810's chassis, while 810 did not get bigger 2.8-liter engine car.

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