2013 Nissan Cima launched
At the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Nissan has introduced its premium sedan segment to market in Japan and China is 2013 Nissan Cima. Nissan Cima was originally introduced in Japan in the late 1980s to compete with the Toyota Crown Majesta. From the mid-1990s, Cima is based on the equivalent version of the Infiniti Q45 series. Nissan Cima chose to base the long-wheelbase version of the Infiniti M35h.
As his partner China, which Nissan Cima features 5.9-inch (150mm) longer wheelbase than the Infiniti M and the standard rear passenger area highlighted by the additional legroom and lots of amenities such as entertainment systems and power seat-reclining, heated and cooled.
The new Nissan Cima is offered and comes with hybrid gasoline-electric powertrain is the same as that used Infiniti M35h 3.5-liter V6 gasoline engine and electric motor provide a total system output of 359-horse. In Japan, prices for the Nissan Cima started at 7.35 million yen (U.S. $ 69,000) and increased to 8.4 million yen (U.S. $ 78,800). Nissan said it is targeting annual sales of 1,000 units.
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