NISSAN TERRANO II
Nissan Terrano II was a mid-sized sports utility vehicle manufactured for the family-friendly entertainment drive. This trendy and sporty SUV was also popularly known by other names such as Nissan Mistral and Ford Maverick.
The first generation was launched in June 1994 which continued for a decade-long span till 2006. It was offered with two body style variations in a 5-door shorter and a longer wheelbase design. After a year a 3-door version was also introduced in 1995. It was entirely based on a body on frame platform structure.
The exterior design consisted of square shaped Front LED halogen Headlights, front v-shaped metallic grille, front bumper, large bonnet, indicator lights, alloy wheel rims, and power side view mirrors. The posterior side also offered a nice display view to customers. It combined with rear fog lights, colorful taillights, rear bumper, and a tailgate stand. It was available in three uniquely appealing body colors such as purplish blue, black, and green.
The interior side was designed for an immensely spacious 7 people comfortable seating accommodation. All the three-row seats were easily adjustable back and forth for a wide stretched legroom capacity. The rear trunk compartment was ideal for a huge amount of open luggage storage.
It was also equipped with all different variety of internal features such as power steering, NFIT Navigation, power antenna, 6-speaker audio, central locking, and a cassette integrated AM/FM electronic radio tuner with a built-in digital clock. The safety features included anti-lock braking system, three-point Electronic Locking Retractor Seatbelts, side door beam, front ventilated disc brake, and a driver seat SRS airbag.
It was a vibrant and smart 5-door right-hand urban 4WD SUV offered varied choices of 2.4 L, 2.7 L, and 3.0 L turbocharged diesel fuel engine. It was powered by a CVT automatic speed gear transmission.
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