List of Vehicles
- Nissan Cherry (a small front-wheel-drive coupe and sedan)
- Prince Clipper (a cabover truck) (Japanese: Prince Clipper)
- Prince Gloria (a luxury sedan & wagon)
- Prince Homer (a pickup truck based on the Homy)
- Prince Homy (a cargo van/minibus)
- Nissan Laurel (a semi-luxury sedan/coupe)
- Prince Miler (a pickup truck based on the Skyline)
- Prince R380 (a race car)
- Nissan Prince Royal (a limousine made for the Imperial Household of Japan)
- Prince Skyline (a performance coupe/sedan)
- Prince Skyway (a delivery van based on the Skyline)
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