2019 Nissan Stagea Engine Specs & Review
2019 Nissan Stagea. According to the regular cars, describing the Stagea, even in the form of four RS, sight wagon, such as the recall of Toyota CRISED Supra four doors, although Nissan has not confirmed the construction of WC34 series Stagea 1 to resemble the R34, Horizon. 2019 Nissan Stagea is referred to as the Skyline vehicle (because it shares many mechanical parts such as the Nissan Skyline R33 and Nissan Laurel) is a wagon produced by Nissan in 1996 in direct competition on the Subaru Legacy touring wagon in Japan and it was exclusively on the Nissan dealership The Japanese.
WC34 Series 1 (1996 to late 1998) This model holds many visual similarities to the R34 skyline, mainly on the front of the car with headlights and BBQ being the same shape if only slightly larger, as well as air dams and indicator lights being put in a similar position , Giving the impression descent to the horizon, although mechanically is more similar to the horizon of R33. On the road, the 2019 Nissan Stagea rs four to be surprisingly quiet and with a constant driving feeling. But in terms of being a sportsman, well, let’s just say that Stagea is a very large car and left it at that.
The 2019 Nissan Stagea was available with one cam 2.0L, 2.5L twin cam N / A, 2.5L twin cam turbo or 2.6L twin cam, twin turbo engine. All engines of the RBI kit, with 2.6L (260RS model) were the same as that installed in the Nissan R33-G. Engine power ranged from 114 kW (153 hp) in 2.0l to 172 kW (231 hp) in 2.5l and 206 kW (276 hp) turbo engines in twin 2.6L.The Stagea was available in 2WD (ROD) and I like with variants Rod using front suspension laurel rod (type strut) and versions I like using R34 RWD horizontal (multi-link) front suspension.
Both Rod and I shared the structure of the chassis with the Laurel C35, which was the same as the 2720mm wheelbase, and was also available in Rod and I would like. The chassis between the 2WD and I would like some differences, the main reason is that the side rail driver chassis on the version I would have been put closer to the bottom threshold. This was done to make room for the transport issue at the end of the IUD transmission system. The system I like, Attisa E-Tessi, is the same in the operating system of Nissan Skyline Line-4 and Ghul I like.
As added, the 2019 Nissan Stagea I fitted with an automatic transmission also featured a locking transfer case; this locking transfer case in full 4WD and bypassed the ABS, G-power input sensor and the ETA-ETSE ETSI that were all normally required for the system I like to operate. Which had 5-speed automatic transmission on some automatic 2.5L non-turbo versions, all 2019 Nissan Stagea were automatic 4-speed. All models were 5 speed manual although only 2 models were available manual, the RS4 Turbo and 260RS, which was exclusively manual.