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Nissan Cherry

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Nissan goes with the front-drive, transverse-engine formula, but its small car—usually the entry-level model for export, too—soon grew to Sunny size, and the company eventually had to decide which one to go with. The Cherry was soon displaced by the Pulsar, which continued to be sold as Cherry in numerous export markets. The strangest one had to be the Cherry Europe, built by Alfa Romeo in an ill-fated joint venture.


Marque: Nissan | Predecessor: Cony 360 | Successor: Nissan Pulsar





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