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From 1981 to 1985, Australia followed the Japanese convention by calling its car the Bluebird, and had a unique, facelifted rear-wheel-drive version for 19.That car was replaced in 1986 by the Nissan Pintara.
This paper is supposed to have provided detailed explanations and illustrations of many of the mechanical components of the Austin Seven.In the United States, the Bluebird was eventually sold as the Nissan Stanza. Currently, the Bluebird is not sold in North America; in 1998, the Altima was completely redesigned, becoming a model unique to the North American market.The Bluebird sold in Europe between 19 was in fact a rebadged Nissan Auster—this was replaced by the Primera in Nissan's European line-up in 1990.The name Datsun was used by DAT for their line of small cars.After the DAT corporation was absorbed into Nissan, these cars continued to be produced, and the original model name was maintained.DAT/Nissan produced the Datsun Type 11 as their entry into this market.
The original limitation for this class of vehicles was 500 cc displacement engines, but that was changed to 750 cc in 1933.
A six-cylinder version called the Maxima was released in the 1980s and became a separate model.
The 1932 Datsun Type 11 was a small car with a 495 cc, 10 HP side valve engine and a three speed transmission. It was offered in several body styles, and DAT/Nissan sold 150 of the Type 11 in 1932.
It is one of the longest-running nameplates from a Japanese automaker.
It spawned most of Nissan's products sold internationally, and was known by a number of different names and bodystyles, to include the 160J/710/Violet/Auster/Stanza line.
The Bluebird was positioned to compete with the Corona, as the Corona was developed to continue offering a sedan used as a taxi since Toyota Crown was growing in size.