Nissan 100

Than the small Nissan 100 Coupe was introduced as the successor to the Nissan Pulsar from 1991. The Nissan 100 was particularly aimed at the young audience to VW Golf GTI or Opel Astra GSI and should animate with a serving lifestyle to purchase a Nissan 100 cars. For this purpose, the Nissan 100 a split T-bar roof (targa top) was donated, which the breath of a convertible has raised in the small coupe. Likewise was the roundish shape of the Nissan 100 and the deeply indented in the front headlights a rarity at that time. As part of its construction (1991-1995) was the Nissan 100 available with 4 gasoline engines. Base engine was a 1.6-liter four-cylinder 90-102 hp brought to the front wheels and a 2.0-liter engine that came in the GTi version of the Nissan 100 and uses the Coupe with 143 hp fired. Compared to its competitors, however, the Nissan 100 was able to achieve as a new car no major sales success - first as the sporty coupe car could be sold quickly at the scene and today enjoys a cult status already.