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10 - 1978 Datsun 210 - Down On the Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinNames for various flavors of the Nissan Sunny got very confusing during the 1970s and 1980s. Starting in the 1978 model year, the front-wheel-drive replacement for the B210— known as the B310 within Nissan— kept the “210″ name in the United States (meanwhile, you could also buy “510s” that were actually A10 Violets), later evolving into the car that became the Sentra. These were cheap but reliable (for the time) misery boxes, competing with the likes of the Chrysler Omnirizon, and so very few of them escaped The Crusher when they started wearing out in the early 1990s. Here’s a rare example that I found in Southern California in January.
13 - 1978 Datsun 210 - Down On the Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinThe Datsun name had just a few years to go at this point.
07 - 1978 Datsun 210 - Down On the Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinI can’t tell the A12 engine from the A14 at a glance; either way, this thing delivers well under 75 horsepower.
06 - 1978 Datsun 210 - Down On the Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinPretty typical late-70s econobox interior. At least this car has a manual transmission.

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Junkyard Find: 1979 Datsun 210 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/06/junkyard-find-1979-datsun-210/ http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2013/06/junkyard-find-1979-datsun-210/#comments Thu, 27 Jun 2013 13:00:05 +0000 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/?p=493410 Back when I was coming of automotive age, in the early 1980s, most of my peers who got hand-me-down cars from relatives ended up with Vegas, Pintos, Colts, and Datsun 210s (for some reason, I don’t recall anyone at my high school getting a Civic, and very few got Corollas). Almost all the 210s are […]

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07 - 1979 Datsun 210 Down On The Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinBack when I was coming of automotive age, in the early 1980s, most of my peers who got hand-me-down cars from relatives ended up with Vegas, Pintos, Colts, and Datsun 210s (for some reason, I don’t recall anyone at my high school getting a Civic, and very few got Corollas). Almost all the 210s are long gone these days, since there’s little interest in restoring them and you can get better fuel economy and reliability from a 1990s Tercel or Metro, but every so often I see one in a self-service wrecking yard. We saw this ’79 four-door in 2011, and today we’ll be looking at a ’79 two-door.
02 - 1979 Datsun 210 Down On The Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinYes, the 210 was very, very slow, thanks to its fuel-sipping 65-horsepower engine. But look— rear-wheel drive!
01 - 1979 Datsun 210 Down On The Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinThis one is pretty grimy, but there’s no rust (I found this car in California) and it would have been easily restored… if anyone cared about late-70s 210s.

Nobody ever got 47 MPG out of a 210, unless it was downhill at 49 MPH, but they did sip gas by Malaise Era standards.

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Junkyard Find: 1978 Datsun B210 Coupe http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/08/junkyard-find-1978-datsun-b210-coupe/ http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/08/junkyard-find-1978-datsun-b210-coupe/#comments Fri, 17 Aug 2012 13:00:42 +0000 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/?p=456787 We saw a 1975 Datsun B210 hatchback Junkyard Find a few weeks back, and this ’74 B210 hatch about a year ago. Today, we’ll look at a fairly solid example of the B210 coupe. This is a car that was once as numerous on American streets as is any mainstream 21st-century econobox today, but the […]

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We saw a 1975 Datsun B210 hatchback Junkyard Find a few weeks back, and this ’74 B210 hatch about a year ago. Today, we’ll look at a fairly solid example of the B210 coupe.
This is a car that was once as numerous on American streets as is any mainstream 21st-century econobox today, but the B210 was even more susceptible to rust than other Japanese cars of the era and it didn’t resist depreciation quite as well as its Corolla and Civic rivals.
For those of you too young to have experienced slushbox-equipped B210s in person, imagine that you’re driving a Chevy Aveo. In quicksand. Towing a trailer loaded with overflowing Porta-Potties. Uphill.
Still, if you were patient on freeway onramps and didn’t mind losing stoplight drag races to cement mixers, the B210 was a pleasant enough car to drive. The purchaser of this one sprang for the no-doubt-extremely-expensive factory AM/FM radio.
Once you’ve paid for the radio, however, why would you want frivolous gauges?
I can’t recall whether this style hubcap was a Honey Bee-only design or slapped on all B210s of the era.


The fuel-economy claims of Malaise Era manufacturers had to be taken with a grain of salt, but the real-world B210 did manage to get into the 40 MPG range on the highway.
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Junkyard Find: 1975 Datsun B210 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/07/junkyard-find-1975-datsun-b210/ http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/07/junkyard-find-1975-datsun-b210/#comments Sun, 29 Jul 2012 13:00:19 +0000 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/?p=454613 The California streets of my childhood were full of Datsuns like this one, and the B210 remained a common sight in (rust-free parts of) America until well into the 1990s. Then, without anybody really noticing, nearly all of them disappeared. Every so often, I’ll find one in a self-service junkyard; there was this slushbox-equipped ’74 […]

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The California streets of my childhood were full of Datsuns like this one, and the B210 remained a common sight in (rust-free parts of) America until well into the 1990s. Then, without anybody really noticing, nearly all of them disappeared. Every so often, I’ll find one in a self-service junkyard; there was this slushbox-equipped ’74 last year, and now this mustard-yellow ’75 has drifted into range of The Crusher’s jaws.
The 1.4 liter Nissan A14 pushrod engine was quite reliable and minimized the painful effects of OPEC price-gouging, but the B210 was sluggish even by the lax standards of the darkest days of the Malaise Era.

Datsun saves!
In 1983, Nissan recalled 328,318 Datsun B210s to repair a rust-prone fuel-tank support. I don’t recall hearing about B210s dropping fuel tanks on the highways back then, but it must have happened.
Will the high price of scrap metal flush out all the remaining B210s from their garages and driveways soon? We’ll see.

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Junkyard Find: 1974 Datsun B210 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/08/junkyard-find-1974-datsun-b210/ http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/08/junkyard-find-1974-datsun-b210/#comments Tue, 09 Aug 2011 13:00:56 +0000 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/?p=406397 Yesterday, we saw an once-ubiquitous 80s Japanese econobox that has nearly disappeared from the face of the earth; at the same Denver junkyard, I found a once-ubiquitous 70s Japanese econobox that also hasn’t been seen on the street for many years. The little fastback B210 was once everywhere. 75 horsepower under the hood, which meant […]

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Yesterday, we saw an once-ubiquitous 80s Japanese econobox that has nearly disappeared from the face of the earth; at the same Denver junkyard, I found a once-ubiquitous 70s Japanese econobox that also hasn’t been seen on the street for many years. The little fastback B210 was once everywhere.
75 horsepower under the hood, which meant that B210 drivers had to be patient on freeway onramps; even scaling in at under a ton, the B210 was pretty sluggish. Pintos owned the B210 at stoplight races.
The four-speed B210 was poky enough, but just imagine the agony of trying to accelerate with half the power being soaked up by an automatic transmission. Groan.
Still, these things were reasonably reliable (by the very lax standards of the era), sipped gas through a cocktail straw, and looked pretty good. Hey, what do you suppose an SR20DET-swapped B210 would be like?
Nissan was pretty good about making taillights and trim pieces look Mars Base-style futuristic back in those days; I think the current Sentra could use this treatment.
Sorry about the hazy photos— I was at the junkyard on an emergency mission to replace some theft-attempt-damaged parts on my Civic and had only my phone’s camera on me at the time. Check in later for the tale of How I Thwarted Another Civic Thief.

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Review: 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan (Sunny) http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/07/review-2012-nissan-versa-sedan-sunny/ http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/07/review-2012-nissan-versa-sedan-sunny/#comments Tue, 26 Jul 2011 17:52:43 +0000 http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/?p=404336 The last time we looked at the Nissan Versa, in October of 2010, it was the cheapest car in America at under 10 grand. Unfortunately, the price for such a low sticker was dearer than its four-digit sticker. The lack of modern essentials like air conditioning, anti-lock brakes and automatic transmission were more than just […]

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The last time we looked at the Nissan Versa, in October of 2010, it was the cheapest car in America at under 10 grand. Unfortunately, the price for such a low sticker was dearer than its four-digit sticker. The lack of modern essentials like air conditioning, anti-lock brakes and automatic transmission were more than just a bummer, as adding them to the Versa made the car less than cheap. For the first redesign of Nissan’s smallest family hauler, the boffins in Japan decided to attack the sedan first for an update, an interesting decision as the sedan only accounts for a supposed 30-35% of all Versa sales on our shores. Surprised? I was, especially since hatchback sales in the US are finally on fire. Nissan graciously invited us to Seattle so we could get down and dirty with the Versa before it arrives on showroom floors in August.


From the outside, the Versa (known as the Nissan Sunny or Nissan Tiida in other markets) looks considerably more grown up than its predecessor. Swoopy lines and the bold trapezoidal “signature” grille could almost be products of Infiniti. Nissan tells us to expect this schnoz to be adapted to all Nissan vehicles eventually. Out back, the trunk is acceptably well executed, prompting a sigh of relief as so many small cars get the rump all wrong. Hatchback lovers shouldn’t expect a new Versa hatchback soon; Nissan was tightlipped about a new hatch meaning we’ll probably see it in 2013, but that’s just a guess.

While some may scoff at hard plastics, the low base price of the Versa has always forgiven the econobox many faults and the new Versa is no different. Interior plastics are no snazzier than they were in the previous version meaning hard plastic dash and door bits are the name of the game. Still, the texture and color of the plastics are far less distracting than some of the alternatives coming out of Detroit regardless or price.

Under the hood beats an all-new 1.6L four-cylinder engine with dual variable valve timing and dual injectors per cylinder, good for 109HP at 6,000 RPM and 107 lb-ft of twist at 4,400 RPM. Fortunately for sedan buyers, the sedan now comes with a CVT instead of ye olde 4-speed auto. The new transmission incorporates the usual cone/belt arrangement and adds a novel twist: a two-speed planetary gearset giving this second-gen CVT a broader range than most 7-speed autos. Thanks to this crossbreed transmission and a slight weight reduction compared to the outgoing model, the loss of 13HP vs the old 1.8L engine goes largely unnoticed, and with EPA numbers on the rise most buyers won’t mind.

Because I had to share my driving time with a colleague from About.com, (and keeping in mind we were driving a pre-production vehicle) my experiences are based on some 80-miles in Seattle on mostly city streets with brief highway runs. Based on this fleeting encounter I’ll leave the majority of driving impressions to a full review. I can however say that the suspension is well sorted and composed even on the broken and under-construction pavement currently plaguing the Pacific Northwest, and the electric power steering is no worse than any of the others on offer in this segment. Acceleration is leisurely in relative terms, but not appreciably slower than vehicles like a Prius or Civic Hybrid. A quick test with our accelerometer resulted in a 0-60 time of 11.65 seconds. Nissan announced 2008 EPA numbers of 30/38/33 (City/Highway/Combined) and we averaged 29-34 MPG during our short time with the vehicle and mostly city driving making the Versa both cheap and frugal.

Safety has been on Nissan’s short list for a while and the Versa is no different, sporting all the safety gizmos mid-size car buyers expect. Side curtain airbags, ABS with electronic brake force distribution, emergency brake assist, and seatbelt pre-tensioners with load limiters are all standard on even the base model. The only item conspicuously absent from the Versa’s safety list is Nissan’s active headrest, pity; it would round out all my favorite acronyms and would be a nice touch on the top-end low cost car.

Speaking of dollars, the Nissan Versa lineup starts with the base Versa S equipped with a 5-speed manual for $10,990 which now includes a radio with CD player (and AUX input) and two speakers (yes, just two) and air conditioning. (We were unable to test drive the manual-equipped sedan so I can’t comment on that model’s specifics). I have this feeling that most buyers will opt for the Versa S, a single step-up from the bottom. The S with CVT will set you back $12,760 but also brings a “high efficiency” alternator and wind deflectors to the party. For $350 more you can get cruise control and two extra speakers, good value in my book. The $14,560 Versa SV model bring power windows and door locks, standard cruise control, upgraded cloth seats, and some shiny chrome bits. $350 extra gets the SV Bluetooth phone connectivity with steering wheel controls, map lights, vanity mirrors and iPod control.

Top-line SL buyers get alloy wheels, fog lights, a split folding rear seat, Bluetooth, the aforementioned shiny bits and some cloth inserts in the door panels. Non-apple lovers will need to buy the SL and cough-up the $700 tech package to get the navigation system with USB interface. In addition the ability to browse tunes on your various USB devices, the 7-Benjamins buys an easy to use navigation system with XM radio and NavTraffic (service fees apply and it’s only available in the SL model). While $700 is a touch steep compared to the $199 Garmin special at your local box store, the look is well integrated with the steering wheel controls and in my book worth the extra dosh. This makes the fully-loaded price of the Nissan Versa some $16,260. Add in a $760 destination fee, subtract some inevitable wiggle room and it may actually possible to get a fully loaded Versa for under $17K plus tax.

On the electronic goody and luxury front, the new Versa attempts to be the best budget value without stepping on Sentra’s toes as the old Versa tended to in higher trims. For buyers this means niceties like the long-awaited center armrest, key-less go, and hidden cubbies for your USB devices are all gone. While I will mourn their loss as a tech-weenie, in their place comes standard air conditioning, anti-lock brakes, improved fuel economy and a new CVT.

Despite a base MSRP increase from $9,990 to $10,990, the Versa is likely to still be the cheapest car in America. Fortunately for the frugal shopper, the base price increase also means less of a penalty box than was checked in 2011 with A/C and anti-lock brakes now standard.

Real competition for the Versa can be seen in the form of the Hyundai Accent GLS when equipped with the manual transmission and air conditioning. So equipped, the Accent will run you $14,195 and the Versa S clocks in at $10,990, a difference of $3,205 which Nissan is quick to point out. On the surface, the Versa looks to deliver exactly what Nissan promises: cheap transportation without being a penalty box. When the Versa goes on sale in August of this year we’ll be sure to update our best & brightest with a full review. Until then, sound off in the comment section below: should buyers get an $11,000 new car with a warranty or something cheap in the certified pre-owned category? Is that the Versa’s real competitor?

Nissan flew me up to Seattle, put me up in a swanky hotel with free flowing drink, and provided the vehicle, insurance and gasoline for this review.


Statistics as tested

0-30: 3.75 seconds

0-60: 11.65 seconds

1/4 Mile: 18.44 seconds @ 76MPH

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