Nissan Releases New Wingroad Wagon
|...Autech Japan Releases Wingroad Rider TOKYO (Nov. 14, 2005)-- Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced the release of the fully redesigned Wingroad compact wagon for the Japanese market. True to its tagline "SHIFT_FUNction, the new Wingroad comes with numerous innovative features to support the active...
|Nissan Wingroad y12 from the Nic Banarsee, Jamaica
|Originally I thought that the car was rather lame, slow and ugly. Then, one day I decided to add some 18' rims, install a cold-air intake, a supercharger, tighter suspension, some bigger break and a new body kit, and then I had a monster that could now compete and beat almost any honda.
With the stock version, I found the ride quality really smooth with its occasional bumps here and there. The power was a bit sneaky also, well, if you...
Nissan Wingroad History
|The Nissan Wingroad is an automobile available only as a compact station wagon. The first generation (Y10) was originally an estate version of the Nissan Sunny made between 1994 and 1998, but with a different rear end compared to the standard Sunny wagons that were exported.
The second series (Y11) began in 1998, once again available only with a station wagon body, sold in the Japanese and Caribbean markets. It is mechanically based on the Sunny B15 but has a different exterior design. The interior design is shared with the Japanese market Nissan Sunny B15 as well. The car slotted in the market between the Bluebird Sylphy (a more upscale version of the Sunny, identical to the 2001 Sentra) and the Primera, available with 1.5 L, 1.8 L and 2.0 L engines. The 1.8 L exists only as a 4WD version. The second generation Wingroad received a facelift in 2001, with a sleeker front end and a new interior.
Since the beginning of production this model had body type Wagon.