• No.136

Cedric Special 6 (1969 : H130)

Sedan

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,690/1,690/1,455mm
Wheelbase
2,690mm
Tread
1,375mm (front & rear)
Curb weight
1,330kg
Engine
L20 Single (6-cyl. in line, OHC), 1,998cc
Engine Max. power
85kW (115PS)/5,600rpm
Engine Max. torque
162Nm (16.5kgm)/3,600rpm
Suspension (front)
Double wishbone
Suspension (rear)
Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
Tires
7.00-13-4PR (front & rear)
  • Note:Late model
    Improved version with more powerful engine (Oct. 1969)

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Cedric Special 6(1969: H130)

The second generation Cedric 130 was released after a full-model change in 1965 when Japan is amid the high economic growth period. The refined styling by Italian carrozzeria Pininfarina followed the European design trend at the time. It was an epoch-making model because mounted was the first L20 engine (6-cyl. In line, OHC) that was the core engine of Nissan for the following 20 years.
A minor change was made almost every autumn, and in 1968, the form was changed to flat
and square styling with no remnant of the original model. “Special 6” was the highest-grade model.

This car is the model after a minor change in 1969. L20 engine (single carburetor, 115ps) is mounted.