Whether you are looking to build a unique VIP cruiser or a torque-monster grocery-getting four door to embarrass your friends sports cars, the Nissan Cedric has got you covered. This particular example is completely stock minus the 17″ Stern wheels, VIP table, and MOMO steering wheel.
This Cedric features the VG30det. Not familiar? It was Japanese market only! The VG30DET is a 3.0-liter (2,960 cc), 24-valve, quad-cam, VTC-equipped engine equipped with a T3 4-bolt Garrett Turbo that made 255hp off the showroom floor.
While this engine is similar to the VG30DE, it used different heads and inlet manifold. The engine was available in the Cedric, Gloria, Cima and Leopard chassis. It is a single-turbo engine that was used from 1987 through 1995 in the Japanese market, and the predecessor for the VG30DETT engine.
- Aftermarket Wheels
- Automatic Transmission
- Clean Interior
- Minor Paint Blemishes
- Rust Free
- Working AC
|Engine - VG30det|
|Mileage||97,000km (60k miles)|
|Layout / number of cylinders||6|
|Displacement||3.0 L (2,960 cc)|
|Horsepower||280 hp (209 kW)|
|Torque||283 lb⋅ft (384 N⋅m)|
|Aftermarket Wheels||17" Sterns|
|Interior||Japanese VIP Table|