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Nissan President PGF50 - A Prince from Japan

Updated on November 12, 2009

Nissan President PGF50 2009

Nissan President PGF50, A Prince from Japan
Nissan President PGF50, A Prince from Japan

A Prince from Japan : Nissan President

Recently I saw new Nissan President here in my country, WOW.. what a luxury, beautiful and elegant car, I fall in love in my first sight. It is like prince from japan that come down to the crowded road here. That why I call Nissan President 2009 as: "A Prince from Japan" Truly a B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L- car, Its look so elegant..

There are Luxury cars from Nissan that have been in my country for years, one is Nissan Cedric. I myself admire Cedric previously, but when I saw Nissan president, It feels different, I'm speechless.. So here i write down some about Nissan President especially for Type PGF50.. My dream car..

Nissan President PGF50

Nissan President PGF50 2009
Nissan President PGF50 2009

About Nissan President

Nissan President was a Japanese luxury limousine car introduced by Nissan in the 1960s as a luxury sedan sold only in the Japanese market. The President was comparable with Rolls-Royce models and the Toyota Century. It is mainly used by Japanese dignitaries, Parliament, government, congress man, and elite businessmen. By the late 1980s, the car saw international introduction to some countries like Singapore and Hongkong with very limited sales. And lately in US, The Nissan President is re badged for sale the Infiniti Q45.

Many of the later Nissan President models (1990 onwards) were based on the Nissan Cedric chassis, but were distinctly different. There were 4 trim levels:

1. Base,
2. JS,
3. Sovereign (long wheelbase version),
4. Royal Limousine (split passenger compartment version).

During Nissan's re-structing in 1999, production was temporarily halted. Due to Nissan's cost cutting in 2003, the President was replaced by a rebadged Nissan Cima. The Nissan President is re-badged for sale in the USA as the Infiniti Q45. But I think there are not same looking, Nissan President is much much better (it is my opinion), you can check out the pictures of Nissan President i put in this page, Beautiful and Elegant isn't it?

Below is more detail about the History if not Legend of Nissan President

History of Nissan President

As a luxury car from Japan, Nissan president is have long history

PRESIDENT 150 AND 250
The first generation of the Nissan President, designated 150, debuted in 1965, replacing the Cedric Special as Nissan's top-of-the-range model. Available with either the 4.0 litre Y40 V8 engine, developed specially for that model, or a 3.0 litre H30 straight-6, this model served as the official car of the Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato.

The Nissan President 150 was replaced by a new 250 generation in 1973. The V8 engine had its displacement increased to 4.4 litre and was now designated Y44E, and a 3.0 litre version was still available. The 250 underwent a major redesign in 1982 and continued in production until 1990.

PRESIDENT JG50
In October 1989 a new Nissan President, designated JG50, debuted during the Tokyo Motor Show, with sales beginning a year later. Concurrently, a short-wheelbase version debuted in the USA as Infiniti Q45, with a different front end. Both shared the new 4.5 litre VH45DE V8 engine. In 1993, a short-wheelbase version similar to the Infiniti joined the lineup, badged as President JS (the short-wheelbase chassis bore the PG50 designation). At the same time, Nissan's special vehicles subsidiary Autech developed a Royal Limousine model with split passenger compartment.

An interesting feature also debuted in 1993 — an airbag for the left-hand side (curbside) rear seat passenger. In 1994, along with a minor facelift, Nissan revived the Sovereign trim level (previously available for 250 Presidents) for the long-wheelbase model. Another minor facelift occurred in 1998. At the same time, the previous Infiniti Q45 was replaced by a model based on a smaller (yet still large) Nissan Cima, which was also fitted with the rear passenger airbag option in Japan.

PRESIDENT PGF50

The JG50 President continued until 2002, and it was replaced in 2003 by a new PGF50 model, based on the F50 Nissan Cima, which debuted in 2001, being also powered by the same 4.5 litre VK45DE V8 engine. Two versions are available, both badged Sovereign, with either 5-passenger or 4-passenger seating configuration.

The 4-passenger version is considerably more expensive and features lavish equipment, including a BOSE sound system and a host of other electronic devices controlled from a panel in the rear central armrest, as well as a "relaxing seat" — a feature allowing the left front passenger seat to be slid far forward, allowing the passenger in the rear to stretch his or her legs. To compete with other luxury marques in Japan, the Nissan President incorporated trim made outside Japan (such as using Conolly leather). Nissan President is my prince from Japan


NISSAN PRESIDENT PGF50

Nissan President PGF50, A valuable treasure
Nissan President PGF50, A valuable treasure
Nissan President PGF50, A valuable treasure
Nissan President PGF50, A valuable treasure
Nissan President PGF50-interior
Nissan President PGF50-interior
Nissan President PGF50, black prince
Nissan President PGF50, black prince

Infiniti Q45

Infiniti Q45
Infiniti Q45
Infiniti Q45
Infiniti Q45
Infiniti Q45
Infiniti Q45

Infiniti Q45 VS Nissan President

What is the main difference between Infiniti Q45 and Nissan President?

The Nissan President is the higher end Japanese Version of the Infiniti Q45. The biggest difference between the Q45 and Nissan President is the front end and rear end. The Nissan President has a gorgeous large chrome grill and sexy smooth tail lights. It also has a bunch of gizmo's on the inside. The engine, the VQ45DE, is pretty much identical however it's RHD (Right hand drive). I do like Nissan President rather than Infiniti Q45. it's a really nice looking car with gobs of power and a luxury appeal. Like i said before, It is "Prince from Japan"

Check out Infiniti Q45 picture beside.. What dou you think?

PGF50 SPECIFICATION

PGF50 SPECIFICATION
PGF50 SPECIFICATION

NISSAN PLATFORM

Here are some platforms to base VIP from.

United States (US)
:

  • G50 - 90-96 Infiniti Q45
  • FY33 - 97-01 Infiniti Q45
  • F50 - 02-06 Infiniti Q45
  • Y34 - 03-04 Infiniti M45
  • Y50- 06-Present Infiniti M35/45

JAPAN

  • HG50 - 90-96 Infiniti Q45
  • JHG50/PHG50 - 90-00 Nissan President (J=Short/P= Long)
  • FY33 - 97-01 Nissan Cedric/Gloria
  • F50 - 02-06 Nissan Cima
  • PGF50 - 01-06 Nissan President
  • GNF50 - 01-06 Nissan Cima (AWD)
  • HF50 - 01-06 Nissan Cima (NEO VQ30DET)
  • Y34 - 03-04 Nissan Cedric/Gloria
  • Y50 - 04-Present Nissan Fuga

President PGF50 Other Photo Gallery

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That's All

That's all I can share about Nissan President PGF50 - "A Prince from Japan" right now.

Luxury, beautiful and elegant car, hope you like it as I do like it much.. Please give comments if you like.

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