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Nissan Tiida (C11)
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Nissan Tiida/Nissan Versa (X11C/C11). 2004–17 (prod. n/a). 4- and 5-door sedan. F/F, 1461 cm³ diesel, 1497, 1598, 1798 cm³ petrol (I4 DOHC). Oddly named successor to famous Pulsar and Sunny lines, with sedan called Tiida Latio, all sharing platform with Renault Clio 3. Manufactured in México for Americas and usually called Nissan Versa there. Tall styling meant excellent interior room and generally economical with smooth engines; ride not the best. CVT unreliable. Succeeded the Crew as Nissan’s driving school offering in Japan. Production ended in most territories in 2012, but continued in Taiwan.

Manufacturing locations: Oppama, Kanagawa, Japan; Aguascalientes, México; Miaoli, Taiwan, Rep. of China; Civac, México; Serendah, Malaysia; Guangzhou, China

Marque: Nissan | Model: Nissan Tiida | Predecessors: Nissan Sunny (B15), Nissan Almera (N16), Nissan Crew | Successors: Nissan Sunny (L02B), Nissan Tiida (C12)

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