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Nissan Cefiro (A32)

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Nissan Cefiro (A32/WA32/WPA32/WHA32). 1994–2000 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan, 5-door wagon. F/F, 1995, 2495, 2987 cm³ (V6 DOHC). Cefiro loses its sporting edge as well as its individual style, in favour of a dull sedan and wagon line, with soft suspension and greater comfort. Fairly successful for Nissan, especially as Cefiro found more export markets, usually badged as Maxima or Maxima QX, while a version was built under licence as the Samsung SM5 (KPQ) from 1998. YLN’s version became the flagship for Nissan in Taiwan, replacing the Cedric there, and in most markets the Maxima was the top Nissan sedan. Also exported as Infiniti I30 to North America, with a more formal grille (from 1995, for the 1996 model year), sold alongside a more distinctive and sporting Nissan Maxima (A32). Mid-term changes in 1997, when wagon introduced and the Cefiro adopted the more formal grille from the Infiniti I30. A33 sedan replaced A32 in 1998, although wagon continued to 2000.

Manufacturing location: Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

Marque: Nissan | Model: Nissan Cefiro | Predecessors: Nissan Cefiro (A31), Nissan Cedric (Y30), Nissan Maxima (J30) | Successors: Nissan Cefiro (A33), Nissan Stagea

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