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Nissan Motors uses a straightforward method of naming their automobile engines. The first few letters identify the engine family. The next digits are the displacement in deciliters. The following letters identify features added.

Letter Feature
D DOHC, Variable Valve Timing, Direct Injection, or Diesel
E Electronic Fuel Injection
HR High Response and High Revolution
i Throttle Body Fuel Injection
N Natural gas fueled
P LPG fueled
R Supercharged
S Carburetor
T Turbocharged - this can also stand for Twin Carburetor
Ti Turbocharged and intercooled
TT Twin-Turbocharged
V Variable Valve Timing with Lift

Contents

Straight-4

Nissan's Straight-4 engines include:

  • 1952-1955 Nissan D engine — 0.9/1.1 L — D10, D11
  • 1955-1966 Prince G engine — 1.5/1.8/1.9/2.0 L — GA-4/G-1, GB-30/G-2, G-15, G-18
  • 1957-1960 Nissan C engine — 1.0 L
  • 1961-1970 Nissan G engine — 1.5 L — G
  • 1965-? Nissan SD engine - Series One — Diesel 2.2/2.3/2.5 L — SD22, SD23, SD25 (See Straight-6 below for other SD engines.)
  • 1965-1969 Nissan J engine — 1.3/1.5/2.0 L — J13, J15, J20
  • 1967-1970 Nissan H engine — 1.9/2.0 L — H, H20 (See Straight-6 below for other H engines.)
  • 1968-1980 Nissan L engine — 1.3/1.4/1.6/1.8/2.0 L — L13, L14, L16, L18, L20B (See Straight-6 below for other L engines)
  • 1968-1982 Nissan A engine — 1.0/1.2/1.3/1.4/1.5 L — A10, A12, A12T, A12A, A13, A14, A15
  • 1979-1989 Nissan Z engine — 1.6/1.8/2.0/2.2/2.4 L — Z16, Z18, Z18ET, Z20S, Z20E, Z22E, Z24
  • 1981-1993 Nissan CA engine — 1.6/1.8/2.0 L — CA16, CA18i, CA18DE, CA18DET, CA18ET, CA20
  • 1958-1964, 1982-1988 Nissan E engine — 1.0/1.2/1.3/1.5/1.6 L — E, E-1, E10, E13, E15E, E15ET, E16, E16E
  • 1983-1985,1991-1997? Nissan CD engineDiesel 1.7/2.0 L — CD17, CD20, CD20T, CD20ET, CD20E
  • 1983-1986? Nissan FJ engine — 2.0 L — FJ20E, FJ20ET
  • 1983-1992 Nissan MA engine — 0.9/1.0/1.2 L — MA09ERT, MA10S, MA10E, MA10ET, MA12S
  • 1987-present? Nissan GA engine — 1.3/1.4/1.5/1.6 L — GA14DE, GA16E, GA16DE, GA16DS
  • 1986-present Nissan KA engine — 2.4 L — KA24E, KA24DE
  • 1987-present Nissan SR engine — 1.6/1.8/2.0 L — SR16DE, SR16Di, SR16D, SR16VE, SR16VE N1, SR18DE, SR18Di, SR20DE, SR20De, SR20DET, SR20DE GT Spec, SR20Di, SR20VE, SR20VET
  • 1993-2002 Nissan CG engine — 1.0/1.3/1.4 L — CG10DE, CG13DE, CGA3DE
  • 1999-present? Nissan YD engineDiesel 2.2/2.5/ L — YD22DD, YD22DTi, YD22DDT,YD22DDTi, YD25DDT, YD25DDTi
  • 1994?-2000 Nissan QD engineDiesel 3.2 L — QD32
  • 1999-present Nissan QG engine — 1.3/1.5/1.8 L — QG13DE, QG15DE, QG16DE, QG18DE, QG18DD, QG18DEN
  • 2001-present Nissan QR engine — 2.0/2.5 L — QR20DE, QR20DD, QR25DE, QR25DD
  • 2002-present Nissan CR engine — 1.0/1.2/1.4 L — CR10DE, CR12DE, CR14DE
  • 2005-present Nissan HR engine — 1.5/1.6 L — HR15DE, HR16DE
  • 2005-present Nissan MR engine — 1.8/2.0 L — MR18DE, MR20DE
  • 199?-present Nissan NA engine — 1.6/2.0 L — NA16, NA20 - replacement of Z series and mostly used in commercial vehicles. Designed based on Z series.
  • 1999-present Nissan ZD engineDiesel 3.0 L — ZD30DD, ZD30DDT, ZD30DDTi

Straight-6

Nissan's Straight-6 engines include:

V6

Nissan's V6 engines include:

  • 1984-2004 Nissan VG engine — 3.0/3.3/2.0/2.5 L — VG20DE, VG20DET, VG20E, VG25DE, VG30, VG30DE, VG30DET, VG30DETT, VG30E, VG30ET, VG33E, VG33E-R
  • 1992-1994 Nissan VE engine — 3.0 L — VE30DE
  • 1995-present Nissan VQ engine — 2.0/2.5/3.0/3.5/3.7/4.0 L — VQ20DE, VQ25DD, VQ25DE, VQ30DD, VQ30DE, VQ30DE-K, VQ30DET, VQ35DD, VQ35DE, VQ37VHR, VQ40DE
  • 2008-present Nissan VR Engine — 3.8 L — VR38DETT

V8

Nissan's V8 engines include:

V12

Diesel engines

Diesel Engines in summary (model, # cylinders, cc, HP@RPM)

Wankel engine

Nissan showed a prototype Wankel rotary engine at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1972, but it never reached production. [1]

Glossary

  • Nissan PLASMA ("purazuma") (Powerful & Econonomic, Lightweight, Accurate, Silent, Mighty, Advanced) is an acronym for the Nissan engine series designed to counter Toyota's Lightweight Advanced Super Response Engine (LASRE).
  • Nissan ECCS ("eltukusu") Electronic Concentrated Control System (ECCS), or Electronic Gas Injector (EGI), is an electronic fuel injection system designed to improve fuel economy and to reduce exhaust emission.
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