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    Nissan Primera

    First picture, Primera '96 JTCC P11

    The UNISIA JECS Camino competed in the 1996 All Japan Touring Car Championships with the Sunny. The driver was Masahiko Kageyama. Its Japan Touring Car Championship debut was in round 3 in 1996. That season, it achieved its first win in JTCC Round 8 in MINE. There was a wide range of cars in this event, including the Corona EXiV, the Civic Ferio, Opel, and BMW.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,430/1,695/1,385mm
    Wheelbase
    2,600mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,505/1,515mm
    Curb weight
    Over 975kg
    Engine
    SR20 (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,997cc
    EngineMax. power
    Over 220kW (300PS)/8,500rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 265Nm (27.0kgm)
    Transmission
    Holinger J6S (6-speed)
    Brakes (front, rear)
    AP 14.8in, 11.2in
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Multi-link, Strut
    Wheels
    8.2Jx18in.
    Tires
    215/645R18 (Bridgestone)

    Second picture, Primera '97 JTCC P11

    From 1994, the All Japan Touring Car Championship was contested in the Super Touring Car category (2,000cc, 4-door sedan). With the introduction of this new category, on a like-for-like basis made for a close contest and race became even more exciting. The Primera (P10), Sunny (B14), and Primera Camino (P11) all performed well.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,430/1,690/1,385mm
    Wheelbase
    2,600mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,505/1,515mm
    Curb weight
    Over 975kg
    Engine
    SR20DE (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,997cc
    EngineMax. power
    220kW (300PS)/8,500rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 265Nm (27.0kgm)
    Transmission
    XTRAC 6-speed (sequential)
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Multi-link, Multi-link
    Brakes
    Ventilated disc (front & rear)
    Wheels
    8.2Jx18in.
    Tires
    215/645R18 (Bridgestone)

    Third picture, Primera '98 ASEAN Championship P11

    Launched in September 1995, the second-generation P11, like its predecessor, used its advantage of an SR engine and multilink suspension to do well in the JTCC or Japan Touring Car Championship and in various European championship races. It also came 2nd in series at South East Asia Touring Car Zone Challenge in 1998, in which many different Asian countries competed.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,450/1,730/1,385mm
    Wheelbase
    2,610mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,500/1,505mm
    Curb weight
    Over 975kg
    Engine
    SR20DE (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    Over 220kW (300PS)/8,500rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 265Nm (27.0kgm)
    Transmission
    XTRAC 6-speed (sequential)
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Multi-link, Multi-link
    Brakes(front)
    AP water-cooled 6-pod
    Brakes(rear)
    AP 4-pod
    Tires
    19in (Michelin)

    Fourth picture, Primera '99 BTCC P11

    From about 1992, an increasing number of European countries staged their own championship events based on the super touring car (4-door sedan with 2-liter engine). In the UK, the Primera had been performing well since the time of the P10. In 1999, out of 26 races it achieved 13 wins, coming first in the Manufacturers category, the Driver category, the Team category, and the Privateer category.

    Specs

    Overall length / width / height
    4,450/1,730/1,290mm
    Wheelbase
    2,610mm
    Tread (front/rear)
    1,500/1,514mm
    Curb weight
    975kg
    Engine
    SR20DE (4-cyl. in line, DOHC), 1,998cc
    EngineMax. power
    Over 220kW (300PS)/8,300rpm
    EngineMax. torque
    Over 265Nm (27.0kgm)/8,000rpm
    Transmission
    XTRAC 6-speed (sequential)
    Suspension (front, rear)
    Multi-link, Multi-link
    Brakes
    AP ventilated disc (front & rear)
    Tires
    19in (Michelin)
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    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
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    Are Nissan having a spring clean on their Media Section Ferrer? Keep 'em coming though, seeing some very interesting posts here.
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    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
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