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The Nissan Stanza, a compact car, was manufactured by Nissan from 1973 to 1992 and had three generations. The Stanza nameplate was introduced in the second generation which started in 1977, and the third generation debuted in 1981. Most models were rear-wheel drive, but a front-wheel-drive version was launched in 1981. The Stanza offered various body styles, including a 2/4-door saloon, a 3-door hatchback coupé, a 5-door lift back, and a 5-door station wagon. It had a 2L inline engine capable of 138 hp at 5,600 rpm and 148 lb. ft. of torque at 4,400 rpm. The engine featured either a 2-barrel Hitachi carburetor or fuel injection. The Stanza was equipped with either a 4/5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. Engine capacities varied between 1598 cc and 1809 cc, with top speeds of 160 to 180 km/h, depending on the year, body type, and fuel type. Fuel economy was reasonable at 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway, and 22 mpg combined. Badge-engineered versions were available, initially with a 1.4-liter A-series engine and later, a 1.6-liter version. Emission control technology was introduced in this generation. A luxurious Stanza variant with a 2L engine was made available in the American market. The Stanza's dimensions were between 4,080-4,310 mm in length, 1,605-1,620 mm in width, and weighed 870-1,367 kg. It was available in various configurations, including a two-door sedan, a four-door sedan, a five-door hatchback, or a five-door wagon.
As a popular family vehicle, maintaining safety in the Nissan Stanza is paramount. The first area to pay attention to is engine performance. Issues often reported by Stanza drivers include metallic sounds, rough idling, overheating, stalling, and reduced engine performance. Loss of power during acceleration and starting difficulties are also common. If the Low Coolant and Check Engine Lights illuminate simultaneously, it's crucial to inspect parts like the oil filter, motor and transmission mount, engine mount, EGR valve, water pump gasket, throttle cable, idle control valve, radiator hose, and cooling hose. Another significant problem is suspension failure, with Stanza owners reporting rattling or squeaking noises, abnormal tire wear, and a loose steering wheel, pointing to potential issues with the sway bar bushing, sway bar link, and sway bar bracket. Routine maintenance is essential to the vehicle's overall quality, with components like the window regulator, door handle, headlight bulb, and distributor cap requiring regular attention due to frequent use and potential for malfunction.
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