Datsun Deluxe DB-5 Sedan : 1953

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The first postwar passenger car was the Datsun Standard Sedan (DA), which in March of 1948 was followed by the Deluxe Sedan (DB), distinguished by its American-style streamlined body. The chassis was the same as the DA and at first it had the same 722cc engine. DB-2 (September 1950) had a 860cc, 20ps engine, and with DB-5 (February 1953) output was increased to 24ps.

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1953 Datsun Deluxe DB-5 Sedan.

• Overall length: 3,805mm
• Overall width: 1,480mm
• Overall height: 1,560mm
• Wheelbase: 2,150mm
• Tread (front/rear): 1,048/1,180mm
• Curb weight: 890kg
• Engine: Type D10 (4-cyl. in line, SV)
• Displacement: 860cc
• Max. power: 18kW (24PS)
• Seating capacity: 4
• Top speed: 78km/h

(source: Nissan)

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Datsun logo. Datsun logo. "DAT" for the constructors K. Den, R. Aoyama och A. Takeuchi, "sun" for "son"; the first car was named DAT, the following cars got the name Datsun.

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