Nissan Pintara
aka R31
Production 1986-1993
Class Mid-size Family Car
Body Style R31
4-door, 5-seat Sedan and Wagon

Sedan and Hatch
Length 4653 mm (Sedan)

4650 mm (Wagon)

Width 1690 mm
Height 1395 mm
Wheelbase 2610 mm
Weight 1255-1295 kg (Sedan)

1295-1335 kg (Wagon)

Transmission R31
Auto and Manual, RWD

Auto and Manual, FWD
Engine R31

Power N/A hp (76 - 93 kW) @ 5200 rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Mitsubishi Magna
Holden Camira
Nissan Bluebird
Ford Corsair
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Nissan Pintara was a vehicle produced by Nissan Australia from 1986 till 1993. There are two models of the Pintara, the original model was the R31, it was basically a 4 cylinder version of the R31 Skyline model. This model was available in a sedan and wagon form. It came in various trim models. Series 1 came in GX (base model) and GXE (luxury model). Series 2 came in GLI (base model) and GXE (luxury model). Series 3 Executive (base model) and GXE (luxury model). Production of the R31 ended in 1990 with the introduction of the next model the U12 Pintara. This model was a rebadged version on the U12 Bluebird. The model eventually came to an end when Nissan Australia closed its production plant and switched to a full import line up of vechiles. The model that replaced the Pintara was the U13 Bluebird

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  • Air conditioning
  • Power steering


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U12 Trim(Superhatch)
Executive GLI T T Automatic TI TI Automatic
$21,620 $19,395 $22 965 $24 290 $28 837 $30 162
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4 $Price5 $Price6
U12 Trim(Sedan)
Executive T TI TRX
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4
R32 Trim
GLI Executive GX GXE
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4
$Price1 $Price2 $Price3 $Price4

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  • 4 Cylinder SOHC 8 valve
  • 1974 cc (2.0L)
  • Bore: 84.5 mm/Stroke: 88.0 mm
  • Compression ratio: 8.5:1


  • 4 Cylinder SOHC 12 valve
  • 1974 cc (2.0L)-2389 cc (2.4L)
  • Compression ratio: 8.5:1-8.6:1


5 speed synchromesh with overdrive 4 speed Automatic


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The average "Owner reviews" rating for this car is three stars. The owners have pointed out that they were no major breakdowns and the servicing and running costs are very low. [1]


In the 2007 Used Car Safety Rating, the 1986-1988 models have an "average" safety rating. The 1989-1994 models have a "worse than average" safety rating. All models have an "average" Harm to others rating. [2] [3]


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The Nissan Pintara had it's own reputation of some amazing feats. One video from YouTube sets a good example of that as the 1986 Pintara towed out a bogged Landcruiser.[4]


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