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Nissan Bluebird Sylphy

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A continuation of the Nissan Bluebird nameplate, if not the lineage: the Bluebird Sylphy débuted in 2000 as a formal-grille, booted version of the Nissan Almera (N16). A typical Japanese sedan, the Sylphy appealed to traditional buyers wanting quality and a good ride, rather than sportiness. The second-generation model, on the Renault Mégane II platform, was noted in Asian markets as being particularly roomy, appearing like a scaled-down Nissan Teana. The nameplate was used mainly in Asia. The Bluebird tag finally disappeared in 2012 with the L12F series.



Marque: Nissan | Predecessors: Nissan Pulsar, Nissan Liberta Villa | Successor: Nissan Sylphy





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