1996 JDM Nissan Terrano Regulus RS-R 3.2L Turbo Diesel with Intercooler 4wd(4Lo/4Hi) with 76k miles
Runs strong, good running truck, new rear shocks, everything works, has some minor body damage as pictured. Front bumper on right side has some damage, right runner board glued back together, scuff on front right bumper and right fender flares, rear bumper has some scuffs, and hood has a dent in the front center as pictured. Also the tachometer is acting up jumping around all over the place, common mid 90's Nissan
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The Nissan Terrano Regulus 3.2DT RS-R has a water cooling 4 cylinder OHV engine, a Light oil engine QD32ETi. This engine QD32ETi produces a maximum power of 152 PS (150 bhp - 111.8 kW) at 3600 rpm and a maximum torque of 333.4 Nm (245.9 lb.ft - 34 kg.m) at 2000 rpm. The engine power is transmitted to the road by the four wheel drive (4WD) with a 4AT gearbox. For stopping power, the Nissan Terrano Regulus 3.2DT RS-R braking system includes Leading trailing drum brake at the rear and Ventilated disk at the front. Stock tire sizes are 245/70 on 16 inch rims 107S at the rear and 245/70 on 16 inch rims 107S at the front. Chassis details - Nissan Terrano Regulus 3.2DT RS-R has 5 link coil spring rear suspension and independent strut front suspension for road holding and ride comfort.
The Terran Regulus RS-R 4x4 on-demand (ALL MODE 4X4, front engaged automatically when rear wheels slipping is detected, 50/50-0/100 variable torque transfer electronically controlled by multiplate clutch, central lock mode), transfer c. 2.02/1, automatic 4-speed gearbox
The Infiniti QX4 is a mid-size luxury SUV introduced in September 1996 and based on the unibody Nissan Pathfinder. It was released following Acura's introduction of the SLX and Lexus's larger LX 450. The QX4 was Infiniti's first entry into the SUV market segment.
Marketed in Japan as the Nissan Terrano Regulus and available in Nissan's JDM Nissan Bluebird Store, the Terrano Regulus was also briefly offered at Nissan Motor Store, its luxury-oriented dealership. Major differences between these vehicles and the Pathfinder include a more upscale interior, and unique styling. Marketed as a luxury vehicle, The Terrano Regulus offered off-road capability with a low-range four-wheel-drive system and 8.3 inches (211 mm) of ground clearance.