Nissan Serena Specs

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Nissan Serena Specs
The Nissan Serena is a van with two model choices. (Family van image by Avesun from Fotolia.com)

The Nissan Serena is a square-shaped van that comes with a 2.0-litre engine and 42 square feet of interior space. The choice is between two specific models, the 250 L and the 250 E; when deciding which one to purchase, it is extremely important to be knowledgeable of and understand the specifications.

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Exterior Specifications

Both models come with 15-inch wheels, but the 250 E model comes with alloy rims while the 250 L model comes with steel rims. Both models come with multi-parabola headlamps and multi-reflector taillamps. Only the 250 E model comes with fog lamps, map lamps, mood lights and a two-piece step lamp. The 250 L model comes with a dome lamp only.

Interior Specifications

Both the 250 L and the 250 E models come with three rows of seating; however, leather is standard in the 250 E model and moquette is standard in the 250 L model. For convenience, both models come with a push-open cup holder, an overhead map lamp and front door pockets; the 250 E model comes with two second-row personal lamps. The 250 E model also comes standard with front and rear, fully automatic climate control. The 250 E also comes standard with a six-disc CD changer and an overhead flip-down VCD mobile entertainment system. Both models come with power door locks, side mirrors, windows and steering. The 250 E model also comes with twin sliding doors with automatic door closure.

Mechanical Specifications

The mechanical specifications cover the transmission system, the suspension and brake system and the engine. All specifications come standard in both the 250 L and 250 E models except for one; the anti-lock brake system with electronic brake force distribution comes standard in the 250 E model, but not the 250 L model. Other specifications include a four-speed, automatic transmission system; front suspension with McPherson struts; rear multi-link suspension with stabilisers; and drum in disc rear and parking brakes. The fuel tank can hold 58 litres and the maximum torque is 4,000 rotations per minute. The engine is controlled by an Electronic Concentrated Engine Control System.

Specifications on Safety and Security

All of the safety and security specifications are the same on the 250 L and the 250 E except for two features. The anti-lock brake system with electronic brake force distribution comes standard on the 250 E, as does the driver and assist airbags. Other safety and security specifications include high-mount stop lamps, back sonar, side turn lamps, side impact beams, zone body concept, child safety lock and front and rear seat belts with three-point, emergency locking retractors.

Dimensional Specifications

The 250 L and the 250 E models have identical dimensions. Both are 4,731 millimetres long, 1,695 millimetres wide and 1,825 millimetres high with a wheel base of 2,695 millimetres. The gross vehicle weight is 2,140 kilograms, the curb weight is 1,602 kilograms and both can seat 10 people with a minimum turning radius of 5.5 meters from curb to curb.

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