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1993-1996 Nissan Terrano II [R20]


Presentation: Geneva 1993

Total Production: ?

Design: I.DE.A Institute

Class: Off-road / SUV — Origin: JP

Predecessor: ?

Successor: ?

Other bodystyles: 5-door SUV

Other models: ?

Similar cars: Ford Maverick

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Made in: Barcelona ES

Informations provided by : Ford78 , Desscythe17 , JFK , SolanaBogon , Rinspeed



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1993-1996 Nissan Terrano II [R20]

1993-1996 Nissan Terrano II [R20]

1993-1996 Nissan Terrano II [R20]

Technical Data


Petrol
2.4i 124hp / 91kW 5MT 4 Wheel Drive 1993-1996

Diesel
2.7 TD 100hp / 74kW 5MT 4 Wheel Drive 1993-1996

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Desscythe17 NL (11518)

2013-05-05 18:14

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I think the name should be Terrano II.

SolanaBogon FR (8)

2020-01-24 19:05

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It was developped by Nissan's British subsdiary, I'm changing origin to UK

SolanaBogon FR (8)

2020-10-27 09:42

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Who changed it back to Japanese origin?

Desscythe17 NL (11518)

2020-10-27 12:48

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SolanaBogon wrote It was developped by Nissan's British subsdiary, I'm changing origin to UK

Where did you find this info?

SolanaBogon FR (8)

2020-10-28 10:06

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Desscythe17 wrote
Where did you find this info?

europe.nissannews.com/en-GB/releases/release-1907-nissan-european-r-d-celebrates-20th-anniversary

Desscythe17 NL (11518)

2020-10-28 10:28

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SolanaBogon wrote
europe.nissannews.com/en-GB/releases/release-1907-nissan-european-r-d-celebrates-20th-anniversary

I’m not sure how big of a part they played in the development of the Terrano II, since that article also mentions the Micra which was developed in Japan.
Beside that, Japanese cars that are intended for the American market and maybe also developed there, are all listed as Japanese origin on WCS. It would be strange to make an exception for this particular model that was maybe partially developed in the UK.

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