Posts with tag "Nissan"

Which car should I get, a 2005 Nissan Sentra S or a 2001 Toyota Camry Le?

The Nissan has a mileage of 70k and the Toyota Camry has a mileage of 101k. I’ve read about problems with the Toyota Camry accelerating abnormally and problems with a blown head gasket on the Nissan Sentra. Both cars are selling for $4,495. The Toyota Camry also has clean title. I don’t know if the Nissan has a clean title but looked not as well taken care of on the inside. Which do you think would be better to buy?

VQ35DE Engine

The VQ35 engine is considered to be one of the most mass-produced engines of Nissan. This engine has received more than one award, as  “the best engine of the year.” VQ35 replaced the VQ30DE, which belonged to the first generation of VQ engines. This new engine, 3.5 liters in the most common version has a capacity of 280 forces. It should be added that in its (second) generation VQ35 had versions with a capacity of 230-250 forces, and in the third – 260-300. The versions of...

VQ30DE Engine

Nissan VQ30DE Engine VQ30DE engine has it’s own place in the book of records as the best engine. He fell into the list of the ten best engines for six years. From 1995 to 2001. That’s a top result for any engine. 3.0 VQ engine series was first introduced in the United States in 1995 on Nissan Maxima and the 1996 Infiniti I30. Special features of it are the finest engine processing camshafts and crankshafts, the presence of digital knock control system, and a new engine cooling...

QR25DE Engine

Nissan QR25DE Engine The QR25DE is a 2.5 L (2488 cc) variant of QR20D engine built with cast steel connecting rods, a steel timing chain, counter-rotating balance shafts, and an aluminum intake manifold. The engine bore is 89 mm with a stroke of 100 mm and a compression ratio ranging from 9.5:1 to 10.5:1 depending on the vehicle. Source   Nissan QR25 engine specs Manufacturer Nissan Decherd Powertrain Plant Yokohama Plant Also called Nissan QR25 Production 2001-present Cylinder...

SR20DET engine

Nissan SR20DET engine This is a series of in-line, 4-cylinder engine has its origins in 1989. The new series has been developed to replace the series of engines CA (CA16, CA18, CA20) and structurally different from the latter in the following main points: All SR engines are equipped with electronic fuel injection (in the CA Series both carbureted and fuel injected engines were represented); All SR engines has head with 4 valves per cylinder; SR series are more forced, and a maximum power of...

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