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There are still plenty of 1985-1990 Nissan B12 vehicles about, but few remember that the Japanese carmaker actually released a station wagon version of the B12 model, dubbed the Nissan California. Introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show in September 1985, the station wagon was the most widely exported of the B12 bunch, which included the Nissan Sunny sedan and the RZ-1 coupe.

The California was essentially a Nissan Sentra in wagon form. The decision to build the California stems from the significant overcrowding and cutthroat competition in the sedan category during that time. Nissan’s competitors didn’t bother to build wagons, which gave the California a sort of edge in the vehicle market. Nissan’s design chief insisted on the California’s angular styling, which contributed to the car’s—as well as the manufacturer’s—poor sales performance during that period. The California was eventually dropped from the B12 nameplate, while the sedan and coupe versions carried on.


CARMUDI SCORESHEET FOR NISSAN CALIFORNIA

INTERIOR DESIGN

2.7 stars

ENGINE SPECS.

2.9 stars

EXTERIOR DESIGN

2.7 stars

FUEL CONSUMPTION

2.9 stars

CAR FEATURES

2.6 stars

VALUE FOR MONEY

2.8 stars

Nissan California overall score by Carmudi's car expert:
2.8 stars

 


Nissan California Review in the Philippines

Nissan California Specs and Performance

The Nissan California, also known as the Nissan Sunny California in certain markets, was a front-wheel-drive vehicle equipped with a 1487cc gasoline engine with an advertised power output of 84 hp and 123 Nm of torque. Its top speed was at 170 km/h, with the ability accelerate from 0-100 km/h in a reasonable 11.5 seconds.

Transmission came by way of a manual 5-speed gearbox. Suspension for the Nissan California wagon was composed of a strut at the front and a torsion beam type trailing arm at the rear. A disk-type brake system was used at the front, while a leading trailing drum brake system was provided at the back.

Nissan California Fuel Consumption

During the Nissan California wagon’s heyday, diesel options weren’t widely available for cars as they are today. As such, those looking to buy a secondhand Nissan California are often stuck with only the gasoline option. The good news is that the California was a decent performer in terms of fuel economy. If you could ever find a Nissan California with a diesel engine, then your quest for a fuel efficient secondhand station wagon may just have come to an end. Below are the fuel consumption averages to expect from a gasoline variant Nissan California:

Second hand Nissan California fuel consumption:

  • Nissan California 1990: 8.4 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan California 1989: 8.5 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan California 1988: 8.0 l/100km average rating
  • Nissan California 1987: 7.0 l/100km average rating

 


Nissan California Features

Nissan California Convenience and Entertainment Features

As a mid-priced car, creature comforts inside the Nissan California were pretty basic. Though they weren’t of the jaw-dropping variety, the accoutrements to be found inside the California served their purpose well.

  • Tilt sunroof
  • Power adjustable door mirrors
  • Power windows
  • Automatic air conditioning
  • Radio
  • Auto-reverse cassette player

 

Nissan California Safety Features

As it is with creature comfors, safety features in the California car were quite basic as well. Active safety was non-existent. However, the California did have the distinction of being one of the first Nissan cars to have anti-lock braking, as well as front and rear stabilizers, which were considered advanced features at the height of the wagon’s popularity. The items below round up the complete list of safety features to be found in the Nissan California:

  • Front and rear stabilizer
  • Anti-lock Braking System
  • Additional stop light
  • 3-point safety belts
  • Child car restraints
  • Tinted windows

 


Nissan California Design

Nissan California Interior

Despite the ‘station wagon’ tag, the California is equipped with sporty front seats. A well-bolstered seat bottom provides adequate support, while adjustable lumbar support and seatback bolsters offer added comfort. Complementing the seat is a mid-size four-spoke steering wheel that feels comfortable to grip and encourages proper hand positions without hampering the driver’s view of the instrument panel. Key features inside the vehicle include:

  • Power window
  • Power steering
  • Tachometer
  • Centralized door lock
  • Tilt/adjustable steering
  • Removable seats

 

Nissan California Exterior

The California was one of the last Nissans to employ the squared-off three-box sedan design. The decision to stick to this design came from Nissan’s top-level engineers, unfortunately, the decision was a bad one as the design itself was considered obsolete since the early 80s. This led to the California’s swift demise. Below are the standard exterior features to expect in the defunct Nissan station wagon:

  • Aluminum wheels
  • Tilt sunroof
  • Power adjustable door mirrors
  • Roof rails
  • Rear window wipers
  • Orange side turn lamps

 

Nissan California Color Options

Along with its B12 siblings, the Nissan California came in 12 solid color options and two 2-tone variants. Below are six of the solid color paint finishes available for the vehicle:

  • Light Beige Metallic
  • Dark Gray Metallic
  • Thunder Black
  • Aztec Red
  • Cherry Red Pearl
  • Midnight Blue Pearl

 


Nissan California Price List in the Philippines

The Nissan California was available from 1985 to 1990, but it wasn’t until 1987 when the wagon reached Philippine shores. Car buyers on a very tight budget will be happy to know that the Nissan California’s price range rarely goes beyond P80,000, and with Nissan’s reputation for reliability, you really can’t go wrong with buying a 2nd hand Nissan California from used cars for sale sellers. You can expect the following prices for new or used Nissan California Philippines cars when you browse through the Carmudi website:

Second Hand Nissan California Price in the Philippines

  • Nissan California 1990 price in the Philippines: P70,000
  • Nissan California 1989 price in the Philippines: P35,000
  • Nissan California 1988 price in the Philippines: P65,000
  • Nissan California 1987 price in the Philippines: P55,000

 


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