Nissan caravan coach (e23)




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    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    Привод Задний Диаметр разворота In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The new NV Urvan imported from Japan instead of being assembled locally. Nissan Caravan Coach silk road.

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    Nissan Caravan E23 [рестайлинг] Микроавтобус MT – | База автомобилей

    The Nissan Caravan is a light commercial van designed for use as a fleet vehicle or cargo van and manufactured by Nissan since Between and , a rebadged version of the Caravan sold as the Nissan Homy , which was introduced as an independent model in All generations use a cabover approach due to Japanese Government dimension regulations that annually tax larger vehicles, and the cabover approach maximizes interior space while remaining within defined exterior dimensions.

    The Homy was built and sold by the Prince Motor Company before the merger of Nissan in and the Homy was the first vehicle to be acquired by Nissan. The merger was complete by It shared a chassis with the Prince Homer , a medium-duty cabover pickup truck. The second generation Homy of , was marketed as a twin to the era Nissan Caravan, sold at the Nissan Prince Store dealerships, while the Caravan was exclusive to Nissan Bluebird Store locations.

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    The first generation series B which was changed to Nissan series T20 was built from to , the second generation E20 was built from to , and the third generation E23 was built from to The final generation E24 was built from to , and replaced by the Nissan Elgrand.

    Mechanically, the Nissan Caravan and the Nissan Homy were identical. Its traditional competitor from Toyota is the HiAce. The Prince Homy B was the passenger van version of the Prince Homer light duty truck, and had a seating capacity of up to 15 people. In as the Prince-Nissan merger began, it was initially called the Nissan Homy Prince, sharing load carrying duties with the Prince Skyway , and Prince Gloria station wagons; [1] the Prince name became a dealership network within the Nissan organization in The Nissan Homy received the T20 model code, and in , the vehicle was reclassified as a commercial vehicle, in order to comply with the Japanese road traffic law.

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    Nissan had integrated a previously built product called the Nissan Caball [2] as a cabover truck and cargo van, but replaced it with the Homy, so from the Homy was also available rebadged as the Nissan Caravan. The E20 series Caravan and Urvan van and minibus were manufactured from February with seating configurations for three, five, seven, and up to 10 passengers. It was especially popular in Europe, and was again very popular with fire departments and as ambulances in certain countries.

    It had a somewhat difficult handling, as it was heavy to steer, and was not available with power steering. Also, the gear shifter was located at the floor and went all the way up to the height of the hand, and had a slight curve. It was delivered with a 1. It was produced until replaced by the E23 Caravan in August In export markets the first and second generations were called Datsun Urvan, until the Nissan brand replaced it worldwide in and In , Nissan added the Vanette as a smaller passenger van as the Caravan grew in dimensions and market positioning.

    The second generation was essentially a cosmetic update with no major mechanical changes. The model code changed to E Engines were all carryover four-cylinders, ranging from the J16 and H20 pushrod items, via the overhead cam Z20S , and an upgraded SD22 diesel.

    nissan caravan coach (e23)

    The van versions were now designed to allow access to the loading area from the passenger compartment. Radial tires were optional. The diesel also benefitted from a new five-speed manual gearbox, while the new luxury GL version offered an optional "Nissanmatic" automatic transmission as well as power steering, comfortable rotating rear seats and air conditioning.

    At the Tokyo Motor Show , two concept Caravans designed to provide limousine-like accommodation for businessmen were shown, the Royal and Elgrand Royal Line. The Elgrand name was to be adopted for a series of luxurious minivans, beginning in In May , the Caravan underwent a minor facelift, losing the ventilation window in the front doors, receiving a new dashboard and a new five-bearing SD23 diesel engine replacing the previous SD For more power, coach versions also became available with the turbocharged LD20T diesel.

    3 4 17 ‥ Very Rare 1985 Nissan Homy SGL 2.0 E23 @ Tokyo Japan



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