1989 Nissan Sunny
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Nissan Sunny Problems
2004, Front left shaft vibrating at the speed
of 60 to 80 km/h. Ever since I replace my
Acceleration problems( failing Acceleration whi...
2010, While in motion the car fails
acceleration, especially when i drive over
No power in pedal
2009, No power in accelerator and trotel has no
power also even in the pedal has no power even...
1989 Nissan Sunny specs
Used Nissan Sunny
Confusingly, the "Sunny" name has been used on other Nissan models not part of the Sunny (B-series) family, notably various export versions of the Nissan Pulsar model line.
The first Nissan Sunny, exported as the Datsun 1000, was launched in September 1966, with two body styles, a two-door sedan (B10) and a van/ station wagon (VB10). These were available in both a "Standard" and "Deluxe" version, featuring drum brakes, conventional leaf springs at the rear and wishbone type independent front end. The front end used a single transverse leaf spring.
The car featured a 4-cylinder in-line engine – the A10 – with a total displacement of 988cc and a 4-speed gearbox.
The 1968 model, introduced in October 1967 added to the lineup the four door sedan (B10) in both DeLuxe and Standard form. October 1968 saw the new 1969 models released with a new coupé (the KB10) added. Marketed as a "Sunny Coupé" in Japan, it was available in a wide variety of levels from "Standard", to "GL" (ostensibly "Grande Luxe"). The range of factory options and accessories was by this time vast. Total horsepower in the 1968 model was claimed to be 62hp at 6000rpm.
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