The Nissan Terrano was introduced globally in 1993. During its active presence in the automobile market, the Nissan Terrano was acclaimed due to its excellent built. In Spain, Nissan Motor Iberica S.A., the Japanese carmaker’s Spanish subsidiary, released the SUV as the Nissan Terrano II. In Japan, it was named the Nissan Mistral. In Britain, a panel version was made available that catered to businesses.
In the Philippines, the Nissan Terrano was well-received due to its outstanding versatility. Even now, the Nissan Terrano can be seen roaming the city or braving rural roads as a testament to its long-lasting durability.
Throughout its lifespan, the Nissan Terrano received pleasant updates to its exterior. From a length of 4,215mm, it grew to 4,665mm with a constant width of 1,755mm and a height of 1,805mm. Highlights include the sharp front feature, a split grille, angular lines on the side, a pair of fog lamps encased in a socket, tall rear lamps, and a mighty bumper. Supporting the Nissan Terrano is a pair of diamond-cut alloy, ten-spoke petal-shaped alloy wheels.
The interior of the Nissan Terrano is admirable, as the top Japanese carmaker is known to provide the best cabin in all their past and current lineups. It's plush, dual-tone, comfortable, and fitted with premium passenger and driving amenities. Notable features include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, front and rear armrest, high-quality controls in the dashboard, a sound-proof rubber casing that keeps the unpleasant noise out, and a spacious and expandable rear boot space.
Technology & Safety Features
The Nissan Terrano is fitted with a good number of airbags, engine immobilizer, an anti-lock braking system, electronic brakeforce distribution, electronic stability program, child safety locks, and more.
Platform & Chassis
The Nissan Terrano is based on the WD21 Nissan Terrano platform. It utilizes a double-wishbone suspension at the front and live rear suspension at the rear. Its braking power is assisted by ventilated discs at the front and drums at the rear.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Nissan Terrano is a front-engine, four-wheel-drive SUV. At its peak, it was offered in five power levels that ranged from a standard 2.7-liter inline -our turbo diesel engine to a 3-liter inline-four turbo diesel engine. It was capable of producing 100 to 154 horsepower with 278 to 304 Newton meters.