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In October 1982, the AD Van supplemented (and also gradually replaced) the commercial delivery vans based on Nissan's other vehicles. In 1983, the Nissan Cedric van was discontinued, as was the Nissan Gloria van. It originally came with four front doors and a liftback hatch in back. In July 1983 a two-door version was introduced, meaning that the earlier B310 Sunny Van could finally be retired. The AD range was based on the B11 series Nissan Sunny wagon but has a more square-rigged and utilitarian appearance.
This wagon was sold in Japan as the Sunny AD Van at Nissan Satio Store and as the Pulsar AD Van at Nissan Cherry Store. It was also sold as the "Nissan Datsun AD Van", to tie it together with the Nissan Datsun, which was the name used for the Nissan Pickup in the Japanese Domestic Market.[1]

1985 Nissan AD Van 1.5 DX (VHB11)


1983–1985 Nissan Pulsar (VB11) panel van (Australia)

It came with three engines; the 1.3 and 1.5 litre carburetted E13S and E15S and the 1.7 litre CD17 diesel engine. The transmissions were either a four- or five-speed manual transmission, with the availability of a three-speed automatic for the bigger of the gasoline options. Power outputs for 1984 models in Japan are 75 PS (55 kW), 85 PS (63 kW), and 61 PS (45 kW) respectively.[1]
The rear suspension was designed for commercial usage, so it used a simple leaf spring setup and wasn't intended for ride quality. Low cost, light weight, and a flat, low loading floor were the main consideration. The AD van was designed for very basic duties, and the options list was kept small to enhance economical use and running costs. The AD van used a front wheel drive engine configuration shared with the Sunny. The AD Van was marketed as the Nissan Sunny in some European markets such as Belgium (glazed five-door), beginning with the 1984 model year.[2] The United Kingdom received three three-door panel van version with the 1.3 litre E13 engine and 60 hp (45 kW). Payload is 505 kg (1,113 lb).[3]







nissan wingroad y10 manual



The second-generation AD Van (sold as the Y10/N14 Wagon in Europe), introduced in October 1990, replaced the Nissan Sunny B13 series wagon, but with a different rear end compared to exported standard Sunny wagons. The vehicle continued as the AD Van, and as a private use (non-commercial) it was marketed as the Nissan Sunny California wagon (N14/Y10). The engines used were the 1.5 L and 1.3 L GA15DS & GA13DS with DOHC and the 1.7 L CD17 diesel continued. The Wingroad/AD Van were also accompanied by a larger retail/commercial station wagon/delivery van called the Nissan Avenir/Expert that replaced the Nissan Bluebird U12 wagon/delivery van.
In 1996 Nissan added the Nissan Wingroad to the lineup. The Wingroad was offered with the SR20DE instead of the GA13DS, as well as the SR18DE and GA15DE. Trying to cash in on Japan's RV ("recreational vehicle", usually feel versions of existing vans and wagons combining a slight off-road vibe with sportier equipment) craze of the late 1990s. The Wingroad followed this recipe closely, being a winged and bespoilered version of the AD Van, usually with more powerful engines. Four-wheel drive was optional. Unusually, the Wingroad also received a redesigned, larger rear end with a longer rear overhang. The Wingroad name came from a trim grade on the Nissan Bluebird U11 series wagon.



Nissan AD Max

April 1992 saw the introduction of the AD Max with an unusual raised cargo bay, called fourgonette style, with two French doors in back and two doors for front passengers. The wheelbase was extended 70 mm to 4,270 mm, with the height of the cargo area measured to be 1,810 mm. Two rear wipers were installed on each of the French doors. Suzuki also tried this approach with the Suzuki Alto Hustle. The AD Max was available with regular rectangular side windows or a more unusual triangular arrangement (pictured), as well as a panelled version of the latter.
August 1993 saw minor changes, with the 1.3 L automatic transmission upgraded to a four-speed. The Wingroad transmission selections were either the four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual.
The Wingroad JS trim level shares an appearance with the larger Nissan Avenir Blastar, and both also use a two-tone paint scheme.
September 1993 saw the AD van introduced to Thailand, Taiwan and Malaysia as the Nissan AD Resort. A "Wingroad" version was also available in Thailand, but unlike the Japanese market Wingroad this is a Y10-based pickup truck. The AD Wagon was sold in Mexico, called the Nissan Tsubame (which, with the T removed, means "get me on top" in Spanish, and "swallow" - the bird - in Japanese).


Mazda Familia Y10

August 1994, the AD van was sold as the Subaru Leone sold as a light commercial vehicle until model year 2001 Y11 series for Subaru. The Subaru version was added as a result of the Leone platform having been replaced by the Subaru Impreza which had a reduced size cargo area on the wagon/five-door hatchback. The Mazda Familia was introduced at the same time and is still in production using the current Y12 series.
April 1996 saw a driver-side airbag added as an extra-cost option.


Nissan NV in Thailand, this is a double cab with a station-wagon rear end

May 1997 saw minor cosmetic changes. The 1.3 L & 1.5 L GA13DE & GA15DE engines replaced the GA13DS and GA15DS for better emissions performance. the 2.0 L CD20 diesel engine was introduced with the ATTESA 4WD system, and ventilated front disc-brakes were introduced on all trim levels. The front windshield wipers were offered with a de-icer option.
The Y10 was also built under license in Thailand as the Nissan NV. This was built in a bewildering array of bodystyles to suit the Thai buyers' penchant for pickup trucks, including a double-cab ute. There was also a wagon version based on the pickup, essentially going full circle from the original AD Wagon.



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