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Have you ever owned a Nissan Sunny? Did you have to buy any replacement parts? If so, then we would like to hear about your experience and how the replacement parts performed. Leave your comments in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Nissan Sunny Overview

The Nissan Sunny is classed as a small family car and was produced by the Japanese car manufacturers Nissan Motor Company. In Europe this car was sold between 1986 and 1995 under this name, but was known as the Nissan Pulsar elsewhere. This name has been used in Japan since 1966, and was originally known as the Datsun Sunny. Versions of this car are still sold under this name in Africa, America and Southern Asia. The Sunny name has been used on a number of different sized vehicles, depending on the market it was sold in.

Nissan Sunny History

The Nissan Sunny has a great history, where it has been in production from 1966 right up until the present time. We are going to focus on the history of the European marketed Sunny which was from 1986-95.

The first version of the Nissan Sunny in Europe was a third generation (1986-90) Nissan Pulsar which Nissan didn’t want to run with competitors smoother looking, more aerodynamic designs, but went for a squarer looking vehicle which would be cheap and affordable and buy. This car was available as a hatchback, saloon and coupe.

The final version to be sold in Europe under this name was the fourth generation (1990-95) Nissan Pulsar. This had a rounder design and went with more current trends in car design.

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Fuel Economy

The Nissan Sunny had the following engines available for the European version: 1.3, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.8L petrol and 2.0L diesel. The most economical of these engines was the 2.0L diesel which offered up to 47mpg. Which engine did you have and how did it perform economically? Remember to consider fuel type, engine size and age of vehicle when determining fuel economy.

Transmission

The Nissan Sunny had a 3-speed automatic gearbox and a 5-speed manual. Which gearbox did you have and how did it perform? Visit our Nissan gearbox page to search for your Sunny gearbox parts.

Parts

Nissan Sunny car parts can be found at Breakeryard at great prices. Our vast network of UK Breakers has many different parts available for all makes and models of vehicle, and at very reasonable prices. Enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the Sunny parts page to locate the exact part for your vehicle.