The Tiida is a compact car formed and manufactured by Japanese auto makers Nissan ever since
2004, replacing the Pulsar, the Sentra and the Sunny models, however all the replacement depending on the marketplace. It is also known and sold under the badge of Nissan Versa, outstandingly in the United States, and as the Dodge Trazo in parts of South American regions. It is the descendant of the Nissan Almera in some parts of Europe; the Almera name is also used in the Philippines and Malaysia for this car. Promoted as a substitute for the Sunny and Pulsar, this compact Tiida was launched both in hatchback and saloon from. Powered by many alternatives of three petrol engines with aptitude collection from 1.5 Litre to 1.8 Litre on petrol and a 1.5 Litre diesel unit, all connected with a 6-speed manual transmissions and you have an optional 4-speed Continuously Variable Transmission that presents practically unlimited gears. Formerly instigated in 2004 as we discussed early, the Tiida undertake a slight facelift in 2006 edition that aphorism the preface of newer style building blocks such as a brand new grille, headlights and frontage bumper in addition to enhanced power steering and engine development.
Nissan Tiida 2013 model is powered by a 1.6-litre four cylinder unit that was capable of producing 110 horsepower however along with the propelling power of 112 lb/ft of torque, a manual gearbox with five speeds that drives the front wheels as standard, however a four-speed automatic
transmission is elective on the base model, while the entire sophisticated trims come with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). All these configurations help the Tiida to gain different power levels on the road to propel the Tiida package. The five speeds manual gearbox is capable to propel the Tiida from 0-62 miles per hour in 10.4 seconds. The EPA reports that the 2013 Tiida gets up to 42 mpg on the motorway and 28mpg in the city areas, which is slightly better than opponents like the Chevrolet Spark, Volkswagen Golf TDI and Fiat 500. Test drivers have the verdict that it is not a swift model but is better with the four cylinder engine for adequate power and acceleration in most circumstances.
There are many pessimistic reviews about the Tiida but it actually is not that terrible. Even if it has an awfully murmur and ordinary power unit and an average handling with a lumpy ride, but it does its job devoid of excitement.