|Nissan Primera 2.0Te '95|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo (RM)|
Gran Turismo 2 (RM)
|Engine||SR20DE (I4 DOHC)|
|Max Power||150 PS (145 BHP) @ 6400 rpm|
|Max Torque||19.0 kgm (137.4 lb-ft) @ 4800 rpm|
|Weight||1,180 kilograms (2,600 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||8.14 kg (17.9 lb) per horsepower|
This car appears under different names depending on the game and region.
|Gran Turismo||All||PRIMERA '95 2.0Te|
|Gran Turismo 2||NTSC-J||NISSAN PRIMERA 2.0Te '95|
|Gran Turismo 2||NTSC-U||Nissan Infiniti G20 2.0Te'96|
|Gran Turismo 2||PAL||Nissan Primera GT '95|
There are seven colors available for this vehicle:
- Silver Metallic
- Gray Metallic
- Super Black
- Wine Red Pearl Metallic
- Green Pearl
- Dark Blue
This description is taken from the PAL version of Gran Turismo 2:
You know the old cliché, plain-Jane secretary takes off her glasses, lets her hair down and suddenly she's a hot chick. Get under the skin of the plain-looking Nissan Primera of the 1995 vintage, check out it's front and rear multi-link suspension, derived from the fabulously sexy and fun 300ZX coupe, the modest but eager 16-valve engines, and you're in a car that's suddenly more desirable. The 1995 model is the second generation of the front-wheel-drive family saloon (or the five-door hatchback), which amounts to little more than a face-lift, since all the mechanicals were in pretty good shape to start with. The top-of-the-range four-cylinder engine produces a punchy 148BHP from its two-litre capacity. Torque gets an increase from the first generation two-litre powerplant to 137 lb/ft giving the car extra grunt and throttle response. When it forms an engine and chassis package like the Primera 2.0eGT, then the result is a car with high levels of grip - at both ends of the car; communicative and agile handling; a quick, free-revving engine; high-speed stability and the feel of a top-notch sporty saloon. A standing start to 60mph is completed in just 8.7 seconds, while the eGT driver races through the slick, accurate five-speed manual gearbox up to a top speed of 137mph. Drive goes to the front wheels, which are 14-inch alloys shod with 195/60 rubber. As, of course, are the rear wheels. On a twisty road, you can keep up with much more powerful cars, fueling your fantasies of being in a sporty machine, pushing the Primera to its limit, confident in the knowledge that there are no nasty surprises when you're there. You'll finish your journey, get out and give the car an appreciative backward glance over the fairly discreet rear wing and alloy wheels and think: My God Miss Prim, you're beautiful!
The Nissan Primera 2.0Te '95 can be purchased from the Nissan New Cars Dealership for 24,820 Credits.
This car is purchasable at the Nissan Used Cars Dealership for around 8,800 Credits.