Although the Nissan Stanza has been out of production for about 20 years. Believe it or not, we get calls for Nissan Stanza engines for sale on a regular basis. It’s not strange either. People are keeping cars longer nowadays. Even though it seems like everyone has a new car, for reasons I don’t know of, Stanza owners like their cars and are likely to fix them.
Having said that, how many engines were offered in the Nissan Stanza? First, the Stanza was originally offered as the A10 series, called the Datsun 510. By 1978 it came standard with the 2.0 L L20B engine. An inline 4 cylinder engine.
Because the car was offered in so many countries in various names with engines to match said countries emission laws, it’s not necessary to list every engine. A total o nine engines were used in this car. Only two of them in the US. The one listed in the above paragraph and Z20 series of inline 4 cylinder engines.
For early Stanza’s, we sell rebuilt engines. Realistically speaking, a used engine may be hard to find for something made so long ago. And, a rebuilt engine for something so old and simple is not as costly as you may think. So make the call now if you like, 877-630-3873. NissanEnginesForSale.com
The T11 series was made from 1981 to 1986 and used a series of more modern inline 4 cylinder motors. As an economy car, Nissan wanted to make sure it got good mileage and had enough power. So a larger and more powerful 4 cylinder lineup was introduced.
The next model is called the Nissan T12 series, made from 1986 to 1990. Basically it used similar motors to the T11 models, so nothing special to report here.
But the last generation, gen. 4 model: Series U12 was made from 1990 to 1992, and was referred to as the Nissan Bluebird U12 sometimes. By then only one engine was amiable. A 2.4 liter gasoline engine named: KA24E.
An inline 4 cylinder engine considered to be a modern engine at the time, sporting a 12 valve SOHC [single overhead camshaft] design engine from 1988 to 1996, and a DOHC [double overhead camshaft] head setup from 1996, in all Nissan cars to 2004.
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