Datsun b210

Also called Datsun B-210, 120Y, 140Y, Sunny
Production 1973-1983
Class Subcompact((A subcompact car is an automobile in a North American vehicle size class, encompassing vehicles smaller than compact cars (usually not exceeding 165 inches (4,191 mm) in length). According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a passenger car is classified as subcompact if it has between 85 cubic feet (2,407 L) and 99 cu ft (2,803 L) of interior volume.))

History Of Subcompacts

In North America, the term “subcompact” came into popular use in the early 1970s. Previously, cars in this size were variously categorized, including "small automobile" and "economy car."
This type of car was first seen in 1939 with the Crosley, and then popularized in the 1950s with the introduction of the Nash Metropolitan, as well as a number of imported models, notably the Volkswagen Beetle and various small British cars.
The subcompact market segment expanded in the 1970s with the introduction of new domestic-built models produced by North American automakers in response to the growing popularity of small imported cars from Europe and Japan. The AMC Gremlin was described at its introduction as the first domestic-built American subcompact car. The Chevrolet Vega and Ford Pinto were introduced six months later.

As of 2009,numerous models of subcompacts are sold, including the Chevrolet Aveo, Honda Fit, Hyundai Accent, Kia Rio, Nissan Versa, Scion xD, and Toyota Yaris))

Body style(s)
2-door Coupé
2-door sedan
4-door sedan
2-door panel van
2-door wagon
Layout FR layout
Engine(s) A12

A-Engines in Datsun

A13((he Nissan A series of internal combustion gasoline engines have been used in Datsun, Nissan and Premier brand vehicles. Displacements of this four-stroke engine family ranged from 1.0 liter to 1.5 liter and have been produced from 1967 to the present. It is a small-displacement four cylinder straight engine. It uses a lightweight cast iron block and an aluminum cylinder head, with overhead valves actuated by pushrods.
The Nissan A engine design is a refined, quiet and durable gasoline engine. It appears to be a modern replacement of the earlier iron-headed Nissan E engine and is of similar dimensions. The 1960s E series was an all-new design inspired of Nissan's improvements to the BMC A-Series engine design in the 1950s (Nissan was alicensee of Austin Motor Company technology)

A Engines Types

1974 and newer A-series engines have different block castings, with relocated motor mount bosses,
# 1 A10 - The First A-series Engine
# 2 A12 (1200) - Further Refinements
# 3 A12 - 1974 Redesign
# 4 A13 (1974) - the First Tall-Deck A Engine
# 5 A14 - The Engine that Powered Millions
# 6 A13 (1979-1982) - Short-Deck Engine
# 7 A12A
# 8 A15 - Stroker Motor))

Transmition And Detail

 3-speed automatic
 3,4 or 5-speed manual
Wheelbase 2,340 mm (92.1 in)
Length 3,950 mm (155.5 in)[8]
4,080 mm (160.6 in) (with US bumpers)
Width 1,545 mm (60.8 in)
Height 1,360 mm (53.5 in)
Curb weight 2,000 lb (907 kg)
Fuel capacity 10.4 imp gal (47 L; 12 US gal)