Nissan Tiida

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The Nissan Tiida is a compact car with a US EPA midsize car rating, because of its large interior space, manufactured by Japanese automaker Nissan. The Tiida replaces both the long-running Pulsar and the Sunny models by September 30, 2004. Available as the Tiida in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Finland, Ireland, Japan, Middle East, Mauritius, Mexico, Panama, South Africa, former eastern bloc countries, China and Sri Lanka, it is also known in export markets as the Nissan Versa (United States and Canada) and Nissan Latio (Southeast Asia). The Tiida is based on the new global Nissan B platform with the wheelbase stretched.[1] It is available in hatchback and sedan form.

The Tiida’s styling was previewed with the Nissan C-Note show car a year before its launch. The models are characterized by being quite tall, a trend that resurfaced in the late 1990s. The range consists of a five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan called the Nissan Tiida Latio. The Tiida became available in key eastern European markets from June 2007 and in Germany in January 2008, but Ireland was the first country in western Europe to receive the car, due to the previous popularity there of the earlier Almera sedan, and greater general popularity in Ireland of smaller sedans compared to some other European markets.

In China, the Tiida is produced by the Dongfeng Motor Company, a joint venture between Nissan and a local company. In Taiwan it is produced by Yulon. It will arrive in some Eastern European countries by late 2007 to replace the Almera small family car.

In Australia, the Tiida has recently undergone a minor update, in which the ST gains ABS and there is a AUD$2000 price drop. The Tiida had an advertising campaign featuring Kim Cattrall (of Sex and the City fame).

The Nissan Tiida has been around since 2004 in Japan, and in select European countries since 2007. In January 2008, Nissan revealed their new facelifted Nissan Tiida (hatchback) and Tiida Latio (sedan).