Parts & Specs

Nissan Serena

1992 — 2001

The Japanese Nissan started production of the Serena in the year 1992. It was made as MPV with 4 or 5 doors. The Nissan Serena was built with these engine configurations: The best affordable Serena (the 2.0 D SGX) was available with a 2 67 bhp internal-combustion engine. The most powerful, the 2.0 SGX, had a naturally aspirated 4-cylinder 2 powerhouse delivering 126 bhp. Construction was stopped in 2001. On this page you can have a look at all versions of the Nissan Serena.


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Nissan Serena (4-door) 1992 — 2001


Nissan Serena 1992 - 2001
VersionFuelTransmissionDisplacement
1.6 Invitation 2000/2001PetrolManual 51.600 cc
1.6 Florida 1999/2000PetrolManual 51.600 cc
1.6 LX 1992/1994PetrolManual 51.600 cc
1.6 Comfort 2000/2000PetrolManual 51.600 cc
1.6 Invitation II 1998/1999PetrolManual 51.600 cc
2.0 SE 1996/1998PetrolManual 52.000 cc
2.0 SLX 1992/1996PetrolManual 52.000 cc
2.0 SGX 1992/1996PetrolManual 52.000 cc
2.0 D SGX 1992/1994DieselManual 52.000 cc
2.0 D LX 1992/1994DieselManual 52.000 cc
2.3 D SGX 1995/1996DieselManual 52.000 cc
2.0 D SLX 1992/1994DieselManual 52.000 cc
2.3 D SLX 1995/1998DieselManual 52.300 cc

Nissan Serena (5-door) 1992 — 2001


Nissan Serena 1992 - 2001
VersionFuelTransmissionDisplacement
2.0 SLX 1992/1996PetrolManual 52.000 cc
2.0 SE 1996/2000PetrolManual 52.000 cc
2.0 Luxury 2000/2000PetrolManual 52.000 cc
2.0 D SLX 1992/1994DieselManual 52.000 cc
2.3 D Invitation 2000/2000DieselManual 52.300 cc
2.3 D Comfort 2000/2000DieselManual 52.300 cc
2.3 D SLX 1995/2000DieselManual 52.300 cc