The Nissan Terrano II also known as the Nissan Mistral and Nissan Terrano in Japan is a midsize SUV produced by the Japanese automobile company Nissan. It was also made by Nissan's Spanish subsidiary Nissan Motor Iberica S.A. for the European market, where it was marketed as Nissan Terrano II.
The Nissan Terrano Firstly launched in 1993 and discontinued only in 2006, the model enjoyed long market life in just one generation, with its basic form unchanged, albeit having been significantly updated throughout its lifetime. Nissan's internal designation for this model was R20.
The R20 was based on the WD21 Nissan Terrano platform, and came in two body styles differing in wheelbase—a shorter three-door and longer five-door model. For the British market chiefly, a panel Van version of the three-door was also made.
Terrano II was facelifted again with a new front fascia more in line with contemporary Nissans, as well as an updated interior. In 2002, yet another facelift took place, giving the model the steering wheel from the Nissan Primera P12. Presented in March, at the 72nd Geneva Motor Show, the model was hence marketed as simply "Nissan Terrano" in Europe, the previous Terrano being marketed as Nissan Pathfinder.
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