Nissan Cima - Y32 : August 1991–June 1996

Y32 : August 1991–June 1996

Nissan Cima Y32
Production 1991–1996
Class Full-size car
Body style 4-door sedan
Layout FR layout/AWD
Engine 4.1 L-DOHC-V8 (VH41DE), 270 PS (199 kW; 266 hp)
3.0 L-DOHC-V6 (VG30DET)
Transmission 4 speed automatic
Wheelbase 2,815 mm (110.8 in)
Length 4,930 mm (194.1 in)
Width 1,780 mm (70.1 in)
Height 1,420 mm (55.9 in)
Curb weight 1,740 kg (3,800 lb)
Related Nissan Cedric Y32
Nissan Leopard Y32
Nissan Gloria Y32

Following the Y32 Cedric/Gloria's June 1991 launch, the Cima was redesigned and introduced in August 1991. The car is now simply known as the Cima. The styling was more luxury-oriented than the first-generation Cima.

Initially the Cima was only available with the VH41DE, a short-stroke version of the VH45DE found in the first Infiniti Q45. The air suspension introduced in the previous generation was retained along with active suspension that was available on the USA-spec Infiniti Q45. Its appearance was said to reflect a more British appearance, both inside and out. An analog clock, found on most USA-spec Infinitis during the same time period, also appeared in this vehicle. AWD and a V8 engine were also added to the options list.

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