Nissan Primera

The Nissan Primera is a full size car of the automaker Nissan, which from autumn 1990 to spring 2007 in the three series P10 (W10 ), P11 ( W11 ) and P12 ( W12 ) was offered.

In the fall of 1990, he came as the successor of the Nissan Bluebird on the market and was available as notchback and hatchback in all series. Added to this was the Traveller ( term characterizes the Nissan station wagon models), which was not yet available to the first P11 series ( 1996-1997). The factory code of the station wagon differs from the other versions because it contains instead of 'P ' is a ' W' ( for wagon ). The Primera was made ​​largely in the English Nissan plant in Sunderland, only the combination models of the P10 were produced in Japan.

From the end of 2005, the variety of features of the Primera was reduced; production ended in the spring of 2007.

In the U.S., the generations were P10 and P11 marketed under the name of Nissan's luxury brand Infiniti as the G20.

The series at a glance

Nissan Primera P11 (1996-2002)

Nissan Primera P12 (2002-2007)