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    Nissan Cedric

    This is all I got on older models, pic one and two.

    Nissan Cedric #1
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    Nissan Cedric #2
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    Well done smxi! The second one is what I like to get. Sadly, Nissan just keeps one pic of it.

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    This car was marketed as the Infinity M45 in North america. it had the engine from the Q45, a nice V8 with lots of torque.
    Who killed the Electric Car?
    GO HABS GO!

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    Never seen one here in Canada, do they sell 'em in N.A.? And could someone post engine and performance specs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekeywoowoo
    Never seen one here in Canada, do they sell 'em in N.A.? And could someone post engine and performance specs.
    It awas sold as an Infinity. Ive seen a few here In Montreal.

    2003 INFINITI M45
    Description: Mid-size luxury sedan
    Model Options: Mid-size luxury sedan
    Wheelbase: 110.2 inches
    Overall Length: 197.2 inches
    Engine Size: DOHC 4.5-L V8
    Transmission: Auto/5
    Drive: Rear
    Braking: Power 4-disc/ ABS/EBD/TCS/VDC
    Airbags: 2 (front) + 2 (side) + 2 (side curtain)
    Gas Mileage: 17/23 mpg
    Price: $ 42,845 to $ 48,335

    Do not confuse with the 2006 Infinity M45. its a whole different animal.
    Last edited by ZeTurbo; 11-20-2005 at 08:27 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekeywoowoo
    Never seen one here in Canada, do they sell 'em in N.A.? And could someone post engine and performance specs.
    It's the past model, and the brand new Infiniti M comes at the early of this year.

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    the new M35/M45 is wayy better

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    Indeed, but the old M45 had a certain Hot rod personality. Big engine small brain kind of philosophy.
    I allways found that attractive in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeTurbo
    Indeed, but the old M45 had a certain Hot rod personality. Big engine small brain kind of philosophy.
    Agree.

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    So I never figured out the difference between the Cedric and the Gloria
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    Nissan Cedric #4
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    There is no Gloria thread so I decided to post it here.
    Took this pic on Wednesday.
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    First picture, Cedric G30

    The first-generation Cedric (30) was a medium-sized car built using manufacturing techniques acquired from the English Austin Company through a technical tie-up. First the 1,500cc model was launched in April 1960, followed by the 1,900cc Custom (G30) model in October that year. Finally, the 1,900cc Deluxe model was launched in May of the following year. A minor change in November 1962 resulted in the 31, with its twin pairs of headlights arranged horizontally.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,510/1,680/1,510mm
    Wheelbase
    2,630mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,338/1,373mm
    Curb weight
    1,240kg
    Engine
    H (4-cyl. in line, OHV), 1,883cc
    EngineMax. power
    65kW (88PS)/4,800rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    153Nm (15.6kgm)/3,200rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Double wishbone
    Suspension(rear)
    Semi-floating leaf
    Tires
    6.40-14-4PR (front & rear)

    Second picture, Cedric H31

    The 31 Cedric has its 4 headlights arranged horizontally, unlike the first-generation with its vertical arrangement. This design lowers the body and creates an impression of greater stability. It was launched in November 1962. The Cedric Custom used an 88PS H engine and the wheelbase was lengthened by 60mm to 2,690mm, it was the longest wheelbase among domestic medium-sized cars. The spacious, comfortable interior was yet further improved.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,650/1,690/1,505mm
    Wheelbase
    2,690mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,338/1,373mm
    Curb weight
    1,260kg
    Engine
    H (4-cyl. in line, OHV), 1,883cc
    EngineMax. power
    65kW (88PS)/4,800rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    153Nm (15.6kgm)/3,200rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Double wishbone
    Suspension(rear)
    Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
    Tires
    6.40-14-4PR (front & rear)

    Third picture, Cedric 50

    As the first genuine domestic large passenger vehicle, this Cedric Special attracted much attention at the 9th Japan Motor Show in 1962. The 6-cylinder in line OHV K engine (2,825cc, 115PS) and 2,835mm wheelbase put this car in the same class as the Mercedes-Benz 220S. This particular vehicle had the important task of carrying the Olympic torch for the Tokyo Olympics, which was held in the year following the car’s launch.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,855/1,690/1,495mm
    Wheelbase
    2,835mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,354/1,373mm
    Curb weight
    1,400kg
    Engine
    K (6-cyl. in line, OHV), 2,825cc
    EngineMax. power
    85kW (115PS)/4,400rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    206Nm (21.0kgm)/2,400rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Double wishbone
    Suspension(rear)
    Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
    Tires
    6.40-14-4PR (front & rear)

    Fourth picture, Cedric 230

    Launched in February 1971, the third-generation Cedric (fourth-generation Gloria) was the first integrated model since the Nissan-Prince merger. Since then, the Cedric and Gloria have been like siblings. This model debuted as a hardtop, though the series came to include both a sedan (4 round headlights) and hardtop (2 rectangular headlights). In October that year, a 2,600cc model was also introduced.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,690/1,690/1,455mm
    Wheelbase
    2,690mm
    Tread
    1,380mm (front & rear)
    Curb weight
    1,345kg
    Engine
    L20 Single (6-cyl. in line, OHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    85kW (115PS)/5,600rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    162Nm (16.5kgm)/3,600rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Double wishbone
    Suspension(rear)
    Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
    Tires
    6.95-14-4PR (front & rear)

    Fifth picture, Cedric P331

    The fourth-generation Cedric, the 330, was launched in June 1975. Both a sedan and hardtop (2-door/4-door) versions were available. The dignified styling was very popular. Following a minor change in June 1977, it became the 331, and the 2800 Brougham was introduced. This car, along with a Bluebird, was used for newsgathering along the Asian Highway (Route A1) by the Asahi Newspaper Co..

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,785/1,705/1,440mm
    Wheelbase
    2,690mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,385/1,380mm
    Curb weight
    1,425kg
    Engine
    L28S (6-cyl. in line, OHC), 2,753cc
    EngineMax. power
    103kW (140PS)/5,200rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    221Nm (22.5kgm)/3,600rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Double wishbone
    Suspension(rear)
    Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
    Tires (SP44R)
    195/70SR14 (front & rear)

    Sixth picture, Cedric H130

    aunched in October 1965, this was the second-generation model. The Special 6 was the top of the line. It boasted refined, European styling; ample length, which made it the longest among medium-sized cars; a long wheelbase, ensuring a comfortable ride; and the newly developed L20 engine. The late model, introduced in September 1968, underwent a minor change in October 1969 to upgrade its L20 (single) engine to 115PS.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,690/1,690/1,455mm
    Wheelbase
    2,690mm
    Tread
    1,375mm (front & rear)
    Curb weight
    1,330kg
    Engine
    L20 Single (6-cyl. in line, OHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    85kW (115PS)/5,600rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    162Nm (16.5kgm)/3,600rpm
    Suspension(front)
    Double wishbone
    Suspension(rear)
    Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
    Tires
    7.00-13-4PR (front & rear)
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    Last edited by Ferrer; 04-13-2009 at 04:14 AM.
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