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Search results for: Nissan-Bluebird

JAPAN
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December 21, 2005
Nissan Motors Co. Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga speaks next to the company's new sedan "Bluebird...
Tokyo, Japan
Nissan COO Shiga speaks next to the company's new sedan "Bluebird Sylphy" in Tokyo
Nissan Motors Co. Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga speaks next to the company's new sedan "Bluebird Sylphy" at an unveiling in Tokyo December 21, 2005. The car went on sale on Wednesday in Japan priced between 1,785,000 yen ($15,248) and 2,310,000 yen ($19,734). REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN
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December 21, 2005
Nissan Motors Co. Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga poses next to the company's new sedan "Bluebird...
Tokyo, Japan
Nissan COO Shiga poses next to the company's new sedan "Bluebird Sylphy" in Tokyo
Nissan Motors Co. Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga poses next to the company's new sedan "Bluebird Sylphy" at an unveiling in Tokyo December 21, 2005. The car went on sale on Wednesday in Japan priced between 1,785,000 yen ($15,248) and 2,310,000 yen ($19,734). REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN
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December 21, 2005
Nissan Motors Co. chief operating officer Toshiyuki Shiga smiles at the unveiling for the company's new...
Tokyo, Japan
Nissan Motors Co. COO Shiga smiles at unveiling for company's new sedan "Bluebird Sylphy" in Tokyo
Nissan Motors Co. chief operating officer Toshiyuki Shiga smiles at the unveiling for the company's new sedan "Bluebird Sylphy" in Tokyo December 21, 2005. The car went on sale on Wednesday in Japan, priced between 1,785,000 yen ($15,248) and 2,310,000 yen ($19,734). REUTERS/Toru Hanai
AUTOS CHINA
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August 19, 2004
Visitors view a Nissan Bluebird during the "All in Auto 2004" exhibition August 19, 2004 in Shanghai,...
Shanghai, China
Visitors view a Nissan Bluebird during All in Auto 2004 in Shanghai.
Visitors view a Nissan Bluebird during the "All in Auto 2004" exhibition August 19, 2004 in Shanghai, China's richest city. Wealthy Chinese like their cars big and flashy to show off their wealth, industry experts say. Analysts say the market could grow 10-20 percent this year after almost doubling to some 2 million units in 2003, as Beijing clamps down on credit to parts of the economy in danger of overheating on the back of alarmingly high investment. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/TW
GHOSN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy...
Tokyo, Japan
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Syl.....
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan in Tokyo August 30, 2000. The former Renault executive known as "le Cost-Killer" is introducing the Bluebird Sylphy, created around the product concept of a "right sized compact sedan with elegant and fine quality atmosphere and the most advanced environmental technologies."
GHOSN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn smiles as he poses for cameras with the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy...
Tokyo, Japan
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn smiles as he poses for cameras with the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy.....
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn smiles as he poses for cameras with the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan created around the product concept of a "right sized compact sedan with elegant and fine quality atmosphere and the most advanced environmental technologies" at an unveiling in Tokyo August 30, 2000. The car is fitted with Nissan's QG18DE engine that attains "the world's cleanest exhaust emissions," and went on sale in Japan on Wednesday for 1,889,000 yen (about $17,754).
JAPAN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan President Motor President Carlos Ghosn smiles at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy...
Tokyo, Japan
NISSAN PRESIDENT CARLOS GHOSN SMILES AT AN UNVEILING OF NEW BLUEBIRD SYLPHY CAR IN TOKYO.
Nissan President Motor President Carlos Ghosn smiles at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan in Tokyo August 30, 2000. Nissan said it has no plans to change its ties with Firestone after its tyre recall, adding it was not clear how much responsibility for the problems rested solely with the tyre maker. "It makes us more cautious but it does not make us change the relationship we have with Bridgestone/Firestone," Ghosn said.

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JAPAN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn smiles as he poses for cameras with the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy...
Tokyo, Japan
NISSAN PRESIDENT CARLOS GHOSN SMILES AS HE POSES WITH NEW BLUEBIRD SYLPHY SEDAN IN TOKYO.
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn smiles as he poses for cameras with the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan created around the product concept of a "right sized compact sedan with elegant and fine quality atmosphere and the most advanced environmental technologies" at an unveiling in Tokyo August 30, 2000. The car is fitted with Nissan's QG18DE engine that attains "the world's cleanest exhaust emissions," and went on sale in Japan on Wednesday for 1,889,000 yen (about $17,754).

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JAPAN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan Motor President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird...
Tokyo, Japan
NISSAN PRESIDENT CARLOS GHOSN SPEAKS TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO.
Nissan Motor President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan in Tokyo August 30, 2000. Nissan said it has no plans to change its ties with Firestone after its tyre recall, adding it was not clear how much responsibility for the problems rested solely with the tyre maker. "It makes us more cautious but it does not make us change the relationship we have with Bridgestone/Firestone," Ghosn said.

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JAPAN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn is surrounded by reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird...
Tokyo, Japan
NISSAN PRESIDENT CARLOS GHOSN IS SURROUNDED BY REPORTERS IN TOKYO.
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn is surrounded by reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan in Tokyo August 30, 2000. The former Renault executive known as "le Cost-Killer" is introducing the Bluebird Sylphy, created around the product concept of a "right sized compact sedan with elegant and fine quality atmosphere and the most advanced environmental technologies.

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JAPAN
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August 30, 2000
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy...
Tokyo, Japan
NISSAN PRESIDENT CARLOS GHOSN SPEAKS TO REPORTERS AT NEW BLUEBIRD SYLPHY SEDAN UNVEILING IN TOKYO.
Nissan President Carlos Ghosn speaks to reporters at an unveiling of the carmaker's new Bluebird Sylphy sedan in Tokyo August 30, 2000. The former Renault executive known as "le Cost-Killer" is introducing the Bluebird Sylphy, created around the product concept of a "right sized compact sedan with elegant and fine quality atmosphere and the most advanced environmental technologies.

ES/PB
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September 01, 1998
A prospective customer gets behind the steering wheel of Nissan Motor's new version Bluebird sedan at...
Japan
PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMER GETS BEHIND STEERING WHEEL OF NISSAN'S NEW BLUEBIRD SEDAN IN CHIBA, JAPAN.
A prospective customer gets behind the steering wheel of Nissan Motor's new version Bluebird sedan at a test drive at Makuhari Messe exhibit hall in Chiba, part of Nissan's environmental forum September 1. Nissan on Tuesday launched new versions of its core Bluebird and Primera sedans combining a direct injection 1.8-litre gasoline engine with a continuously variable transmission. The two technologies boost fuel efficiency by about 50 percent compared with conventional engines and transmissions, while cutting carbon dioxide emissions by 35 percent, the company said.

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