Datsun / Nissan 1974

Japan


Sunny 1400 Excellent (1,4l, 67 PS)


Nissan Laurel


Cedric 260 C Deluxe (6 cyl., 2.6 l.)


President

 

European market

Cherry          
Sunny          
Violet          
Bluebird          
240Z          

 

 

 

 

Cherry

  4 cyl. ohv
988 cm³
45 hp (DIN)
4 cyl. ohv
1200 cm³
54 hp (DIN)
   
Sedan 2-dr 100A      
Sedan 2-dr 100A      
Kombi 3-dr 100A      
Coupé   120A    

 


100A 2-door


120A Coupé


100A 4-door


100A kombi

 

Sunny

  4 cyl. ohv
1171 cm³
52 hp
     
         

 


120Y Sedan

DATSUN SUNNY from £1,157
Conventionally laid out with front engine and rear drive, the Sunny is an alternative to the transverse-engined front-drive Cherry; an economical small car available as saloons with two or four doors, station wagon and sporty coupe. The latest version has increased crash protection, reinforced engine and transmission to cut noise levels and revised suspension with stiffer anti-roll bar. Two-star petrol will do.

London show review


120Y Coupé


120Y Kombi

 

Violet

  4 cyl. ohc
1428 cm³
65 hp
     
         

 


140J

DATSUN VIOLET £1,403
People who think all the Japanese look alike will find the long waistline sweeping low towards the rear identifies the Violet. It has a short-stroke overhead camshaft engine and is lavishly equipped with radio, head restraints, heated rear window, tinted glass, door mirror and hazard warning flashers. In size it fills the gap-between the little Sunny and the Bluebird. Like them it has a front engine, rear drive.

London show review


160 J SSS

 

Bluebird

  4 cyl. ohc
1595 cm³
100 hp (SAE)
     
  160B 180B    

 


Bluebird 160B


Bluebird 180B


Bluebird 180B


Bluebird 180B

DATSUN BLUEBIRD from £1,595
Datsun's success owes a lot to this medium sized family model which is available as saloon, coupe or station wagon, well equipped with many of the items which are so often extras elsewhere. Engines can be 1.6 or 1.8 litres, both four-cylinder units with overhead camshafts. Centre console, reclining seats, cigarette lighter, clock, servo brakes, radial ply tyres and a radio are among the standard items.
London show review

 

Cedric 200 L

           
           

 


Cedric 200 L Sedan (6 cyl., 2.0 l., 95 PS)


Cedric 200 L Hardtop (6 cyl., 2.0 l., 95 PS)

 

240 K

           
           

 

 

 

240 Z

           
           

 


240 Z


DATSUN 260Z from £2,843
Twice winner of the East African Safari; the two-seater 240Z was claimed to be the world's best selling sports car. With larger engine, using a longer stroke, stronger transmission with revised ratios, wider tyres and stiffer springs, it becomes the 260Z. There is also a 2+2 coupe with longer wheelbase. A lift-up rear panel (with heated window glass) makes luggage loading easy.

London show review

 

American market

           
           

 

 

 

B-210

           
           

 

 

610

           
           

 

 

 

710

           
           

 

 

 

260Z

           
           

 

 

 

Other countries

           
           

 


Datsun 180B SSS (Australia)