2007 Nissan March GXA D--A(Japan)

Japan's Nissan is a full-line supplier of vehicles in the U.S. market, and the parent of Infiniti. Nissan attempts to emphasize sportiness, with varying success. The Altima midsize sedan is a stealth high-volume seller, regularly one of the three best-selling midsize sedans in the U.S. market. After selling a hybrid version of the Altima in select markets for a few years -- using hardware licensed from Toyota -- Nissan has gone all-in with the battery-electric approach, developing its own four-door, five-seat hatchback: the Leaf, this country's first mass-marketed all-electric full-purpose car, with a range of roughly 100 miles.The car lineup begins with the Versa sedan and hatchback, a compact model with a subcompact's price. Next is the Sentra compact sedan, followed by the midsize Altima, now available as a sedan and a coupe. Based on the Altima, the Maxima is actually slightly smaller, though it's priced dramatically higher. It offers more power, features and premium materials. Nissan doesn't have a full-size sedan.Sporty cars include the legendary Z car, a two-seat, rear-wheel-drive sport coupe and convertible based on one of few platforms shared with Infiniti. Nissan's no-compromises sports car is the GT-R, which has close to 500 horsepower, all-wheel drive and a price that puts all the Infinitis to shame at more than $80,000. The latest sporty model is the Juke, a small crossover that could easily be considered a hatchback car.Other crossovers include the boxy Cube, a roomier alternative to a conventional subcompact car, and and the compact Rogue. The Murano is recognized for its high quality, refinement and mileage in the midsize crossover segment.Unlike some major manufacturers, Nissan hasn't abandoned conventional truck-based midsize SUVs. It still offers the Xterra and the longer Pathfinder, both of which have off-road capability and high towing capacity. Nissan's largest SUV is the full-size Armada, which seats up to eight. After a few years out of the minivan business, Nissan is bringing back the Quest.Nissan competes with domestic and select foreign brands in the pickup-truck market with the compact Frontier and the full-size Titan. Though the Titan offers a choice of lengths, it doesn't have a regular cab version, only extended and crew.Headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, Nissan Motors is allied with France's Renault and Germany's Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz. With more than 40 percent of Nissan Motors' shares, Renault holds a controlling interest.

• BODY / EXTERIOR DESIGN / DIMENSIONS

Body Type:Hatchback 5 doors / 5 seats
Weight:900 Kg
Length:3720 mm
Height:1430 mm
Wheelbase:2360 mm
Front Track:1360 mm
Rear Track:1325 mm
Ground Clearance:n/a
Fuel Capacity:42 liters

• ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS

Engine location:front
Engine alignment:transverse
Drive Wheels:Front wheel drive
Steering:n/a
Fuel Supply System:EFI
Max Power:75HP (55 kW) @ 6000 rpm
Max Torque:103Nm @ 4000 rpm
CO2 Emissions:n/a
Engine Coolant:water
Displacement:1275 cc
Bore:71 mm
Stroke:81 mm
Cam Design:DOHC - Double Overhead Camshaft (per bank)
Cylinders:4 INLINE
Valves per cylinder:2
Total Valves:8
Compression Ratio:9.5:1
Aspiration:Normal

• CHASSIS / BRAKES / SUSPENSIONS

Front Brakes:n/a
Rear Brakes:n/a
Standard Wheels:n/a
Standard Tyres:16570 R 13 / 16570 R 13
Suspension Front:n/a
Suspension Rear:n/a

• TRANSMISSION

Transmission:4 speed automatic
Number of gears:4

• PERFORMANCE

Acceleration 0-100 Km/h:
Acceleration 80-120 Km/h:
Top Speed:n/a

• FUEL CONSUMPTION

City:n/a
Road:n/a
Mixt:n/a