Nissan Terrano dimensions

Latest model: Nissan Terrano (2005)
Length: 166 (in) = 4217 (mm)
Width: 69.1 (in) = 1755 (mm)
Height: 72 (in) = 1830 (mm)

Compare Nissan Terrano dimensions to: Mitsubishi Pajero, Land Rover Discovery, Jeep Cherokee

Nissan Terrano details:

The Nissan Pathfinder and Nissan Terrano are mid-size Suvs. Where as the Pathfinder is sold in North America, the name first presented in 1986, elsewhere in the world the car was known as the Nissan Terrano. Currently, the Pathfinder falls between the Xterra and Murano in the lineup. The first generation Pathfinder/terrano platform is known as the WD21. The second generation Pathfinder platform is known as the R50.

The North American first generation Pathfinder came in two various body styles. From 1986 to 1989 Pathfinders came in a two door body. In 1990 the body changed to a four door. Some 1990 Pathfinder's came with the two door body, but they are rare. From 1986 to 1989 Pathfinders were available with either the Nissan VG30I V6, or the Z24 I4. In 1990 the V6 received an update from throttle body injection to a multi point fuel injection system. This motor was known as the VG30E, and was rated at 153 hp and 180 lb/ft torque.

The first generation continued until 1995. The second generation was presented in 1996 with more rounded look-and-feel. The second generation pathfinder was completely refactored from the first generation, switching from frame on body construction to uni-body construction. For the 1999 1/2 model year, the Pathfinder was freshened. 2001 brought a new 240 hp (179 Kw) V6 motor, the VQ35DE.

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