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Second brand for Chinese market for [[Nissan]], after the parent one, announced in 2010 with its first model shown at Guangzhou in 2011. Translated to 啟辰 (启辰) in Chinese. The initial cars were based around the [[Nissan Tiida (C11)]] and aimed at first-time buyers.
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Second brand for Chinese market for [[Nissan]], after the parent one, announced in 2010 with its first model shown at Guangzhou in 2011. Translated to 啟辰 (启辰) in Chinese. The initial cars were based around the [[Nissan Tiida (C11)]] and aimed at first-time buyers. A rebadged [[Nissan Leaf]] followed, along with two crossovers.
  
  
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*[[Venucia R30]]
 
*[[Venucia D50]]
 
*[[Venucia D50]]
 
*[[Venucia R50]]
 
*[[Venucia R50]]
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*[[Venucia e30]]
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*[[Venucia T70]]
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*[[Venucia T90]]
  
  
 
[[Category:Marques]]
 
[[Category:Marques]]

Revision as of 08:57, 16 November 2019

Second brand for Chinese market for Nissan, after the parent one, announced in 2010 with its first model shown at Guangzhou in 2011. Translated to 啟辰 (启辰) in Chinese. The initial cars were based around the Nissan Tiida (C11) and aimed at first-time buyers. A rebadged Nissan Leaf followed, along with two crossovers.






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