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Nissan Sylphy
Nissan Sylphy B18 001.jpg
Also calledNissan Sentra
Nissan Pulsar
Body and chassis
ClassCompact car
PredecessorNissan Sunny
Nissan Pulsar
Nissan Presea

The Nissan Sylphy (Japanese: 日産・シルフィ, Nissan Shirufi) (previously until 2012 known as Nissan Bluebird Sylphy) is a compact car, produced by the Japanese car maker Nissan, as the successor to the Nissan Pulsar. Built since 2000 and currently in its third generation, the second generation is still manufactured for certain markets. Sylphy has also been marketed in export markets under several other model names, including Pulsar and Sentra.

The initial Bluebird Sylphy nameplate was a continuation for the larger Nissan Bluebird which was phased out in 2001. It was renamed the Nissan Sylphy in 2012.

First generation (G10, N16, 2000–2012)

First generation (G10, N16)
2000–2003 Nissan Bluebird Sylphy sedan (Japan)
Also calledNissan Almera
Nissan Pulsar
Nissan Sentra (Indonesia/ Taiwan)
Nissan Sunny (Southeast Asia)
Renault Samsung SM3
Renault Scala
Production2000–2005 (G10)
2005–2012 (N16) (Malaysia)
AssemblyJapan: Oppama Plant, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
China: Guangzhou (DMCL)
Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur
Philippines: Santa Rosa City
Taiwan: Miaoli
Thailand: Samut Prakan
United Kingdom: Washington, Tyne and Wear
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
3-door hatchback
5-door hatchback
LayoutTransverse front-engine, front-wheel-drive
Transverse front-engine, four-wheel-drive
PlatformNissan MS platform
RelatedNissan Sentra (B15) (North America)
Nissan Sunny (B15) (Japan)
Engine1.3 L QG13DE I4 (petrol)
1.5 L QG15DE I4 (petrol)
1.5 L K9K I4-T (diesel)
1.6 L QG16DE I4 (petrol)
1.8 L QG18DE I4 (petrol)
2.0 L QR20DD I4 (petrol)
2.2 L YD22DDT I4-T (diesel)
2.2 L YD22DDTi I4-T (diesel)
Transmission5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
Wheelbase2,550 mm (100.4 in)
Length4,495 mm (177.0 in)
Width1,695 mm (66.7 in)
Height1,445 mm (56.9 in)
Curb weight1,130–1,220 kg (2,490–2,690 lb)
2003–2005 Nissan Bluebird Sylphy sedan (Japan)
2005–2008 Nissan Sunny Neo GL sedan (Indonesia)

Nissan launched the G10 or N16 series Bluebird Sylphy in August 2000 as replacement in the Japanese market for the Nissan Pulsar (N15), and it was exclusive to Japanese dealerships called Nissan Blue Stage. The model code of "G10" used in Japan differed from most other markets which retained the legacy N-series (N16) naming scheme inherited from the Pulsar. The change in name from Pulsar to Bluebird Sylphy in Japan came about as Nissan was about to phase out the long-running Bluebird, and this kept the old name alive. Export markets received this same vehicle under a myriad of alternative names: Almera in Europe and Brunei; Pulsar in Australasia; Sentra in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Taiwan; plus Sunny in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka and the Middle East. It was not available in North America; instead, there was the Sunny-based Nissan Sentra (B15).

Bluebird Sylphy was made available in a single body style, a luxuriously equipped small four-door sedan. The factory in the UK also manufactured three- and five-door hatchback versions—with limited exports outside of Europe. These European models featured slightly different frontal styling—a unique grille, bonnet and bumper accommodated the headlamp design shared with Japanese models. Some European markets also received the sedan model, which featured the same frontal styling as the hatchbacks.

The new platform spawned a compact MPV version (the Nissan Almera Tino or Nissan Tino) for the first time. The Nissan Wingroad continued to be sold as the Pulsar wagon or Almera Traveller in many countries.

The original release Bluebird Sylphy had a vertical chrome grille with Nissan emblem on the bonnet. In February 2003, the Bluebird Sylphy received minor changes with a revised grille (with the Nissan emblem moved onto the grille) and an all-new rear end with Teana (J31)-inspired tail lights. This update also applied to the Sunny and Sentra models in Southeast Asia. Australian Pulsar sedans received the same update, although a horizontally-stated grille featured instead.

In October 2005, the second generation Nissan Bluebird Sylphy (G11 series) was previewed at the Tokyo Motor Show. In Japan, the Nissan Tiida hatchback and Tiida Latio sedan replaced also replaced the G10/N16 range, particularly in export markets where the G11 was not offered.

Although the release of the G11 series Sylphy and Tiida signified the withdrawal of the G10/N16 from many markets, it was facelifted for an October 2005 release as a budget model to sit beneath the G11 Slyphy and Tiida in Southeast Asian markets such as Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. This more substantial front-end facelift allowed for the fitment of reshaped headlamps, a revised front bumper and fenders, and a new grille and bonnet.[1]



2005–2012 Nissan Sentra Sport sedan (Malaysia)
2003–2004 Nissan Sunny LE (China)

In Japan, the Nissan Revival Plan was implemented, and saw the reorganization of Nissan's Japanese dealership network, introducing Nissan Red Stage as the sole provider of all Sunny/Pulsar vehicle platforms formerly available at Nissan Satio/Nissan Cherry/Nissan Prince locations. Engine choices consisted of the 1.5- QG15DE, 1.6- QG16DE, 1.8- QG18DE, and the 2.0-litre QR20DD. A five-speed manual transmission is only available for the 1.5-litre, the other models featuring a four-speed automatic transmission with the 2.0l motor mated to a CVT. The four-wheel drive version was only offered with the 1.8-litre model.

In Thailand, where the Sunny name was used, alongside the sedan, the five-door was also sold (imported from the UK). Consequently, each body style has a different front end. China, Singapore and Sri Lanka also received the sedan model only under the Sunny name. In China, it was produced by the Dongfeng Motor Company, a joint venture with Nissan.

In Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Taiwan, the Bluebird Sylphy is sold as the Nissan Sentra. For Indonesia, Nissan sold the Sentra between 2002 and 2004 in small numbers for private buyers in a single trim level, the 1.8 Super Saloon. It featured standard ABS, dual airbags, leather interior, and CD player with MP3. The facelifted model N16, the Sunny Neo was powered by the 1.6-litre engine was and intended for taxi use only.

After the Japanese production ended in 2005, the N16 maintained in production in Malaysia and the Philippines as the Sentra—albeit, sporting new front-end styling treatment. The models for Malaysia are SG and SG-L, with the choice of Comfort or Luxury Package. The Sunny continued to be offered in Singapore until 2009 in the following trim levels: EX Saloon, Super Saloon, and Luxury Edition. Exclusive for the local market, the Malaysian-built N16 was made available until 2014 as the Sentra Sport 1.6 in Comfort and Luxury trim levels. It is unrelated to the North American Sentra.


2000–2003 Nissan Pulsar 1.8 ST sedan (Australia)
2003-2005 Nissan Pulsar ST sedan (Australia)

In Australia and New Zealand, Nissan continued to use the Pulsar name for the N16 series. The four-door sedan sourced from Japan and the five-door hatchback from the UK were offered. Consequently, each body style has a different front end.

Trim levels were LX, ST, Q and Ti. Engine choices consisted of the 1.6- and 1.8-litre petrols. Power output was 88 kW (118 hp) and 94 kW (126 hp). The four-door was available in four trim levels—an LX with the 1.6, the ST and Ti with the 1.8-litre engine as standard, and a Q version with the 1.8-litre and a sportier level of trim, including a rear spoiler and alloy wheels. In the five-door range there was no LX version. Nissan launched the hatchback model with the ST trim level and a sporty Q version. As such, all hatches were 1.8-litre powered. The base-model LX sedan came with a driver's airbag, air-conditioning, remote locking and power mirrors, although no anti-lock brakes (ABS) or power windows were offered. The ST five-door gained an extra front airbag, whereas the four-door model did not have one as standard. In Ti form, the four-door gained both front airbags, ABS, climate control air-conditioning, alloy wheels and power windows. The Q model was similar to the Ti four-door, although there were slight discrepancies between the sedan and hatch, with the latter version having an extra air-bag and 15-inch alloy wheels versus the 14-inch alloys on the sedan.


For the European market, Nissan sold the N16 series as the second generation Nissan Almera from 2000. Produced in the United Kingdom, the Almera range comprised three- and five-door hatchbacks and the less common sedan. Compared to other markets, the European-manufactured cars featured unique frontal styling—while the headlamps remained common with Japanese models—a restyled grille, bonnet, and bumper did feature. A facelift was released in 2003, with production continuing until the Almera's demise in 2006.

Renault Samsung SM3

Since 2006, a derivative of the Bluebird Sylphy, the Renault Samsung SM3 was sold in Ukraine and Russia as the Nissan Almera Classic. The same year, the car was launched in Central and South America as Nissan Almera, (except in Chile where it was sold as a Samsung). Also since 2007, the Renault Samsung SM3 is sold as the Nissan Sunny in the Middle East,[2] with a solitary trim that comes with a 1.5-litre engine. The Samsung SM3 is also sold as the Renault Scala in Mexico,[3][4] Egypt[5] and Colombia.[6]

Second generation (G11, 2005–2012)

Second generation (G11)
Nissan Sylphy (second generation) (front), Kuala Lumpur.jpg
Also calledNissan Bluebird (Taiwan)
Nissan Sylphy (Malaysia)
Nissan Sylphy Classic (China)
Nissan Almera (Russia)
Production2005–2012 (Japan)
2006–present (China)
2008–2014 (Malaysia)
2012–2018 (Russia)
AssemblyJapan: Oppama Plant, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
China: Guangzhou (DMCL)
Malaysia: Serendah (TCMA)
Russia: Tolyatti
Taiwan: Miaoli
Body and chassis
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
PlatformNissan B platform
RelatedNissan Sentra B16
Dongfeng Fengshen A60
Engine1.5 L HR15DE I4 (petrol)
1.6 L HR16DE I4 (petrol)
2.0 L MR20DE I4 (petrol)
Transmission5-speed manual
4-speed automatic
CVT automatic
Wheelbase2,700 mm (106.3 in)
Length4,610 mm (181.5 in)
4,665 mm (183.7 in) (Nissan Sylphy Classic)
Width1,695 mm (66.7 in)
1,700 mm (66.9 in) (Nissan Sylphy Classic)
Height1,510 mm (59.4 in)
1,505 mm (59.3 in) (Nissan Sylphy Classic)
Curb weight1,160–1,250 kg (2,560–2,760 lb)

The G11 series Bluebird Sylphy uses Nissan's B platform,[7] and the model code is G11. This car was launched at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show.

In Japan, it replaced the Nissan Sunny (B15) and the previous Bluebird Sylphy as Nissan's compact sedan. The Nissan Bluebird Sylphy uses the same engine as the Nissan Tiida/Versa/Latio, which is the HR15DE 1.5 L engine and a whole new MR20DE 2.0 L engine. The 2.0 L version of Nissan Bluebird Sylphy uses Nissan's Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (Xtronic-CVT). This combination results in smooth and powerful acceleration combined with the fuel economy of a 1.8 L engine.

The Sylphy has the most spacious interior space due to its enlarged wheelbase (2700 mm) and the biggest boot (504 L) in its class. The rear legroom almost matches that of the Nissan Teana and Toyota Camry.

Starting from 2008, the Bluebird Sylphy is also available for the export market, as the Nissan Sylphy. The Sylphy has been sold in China since 2006 under the Sylphy Classic name or 日产轩逸经典 in Chinese. In terms of styling, the Chinese variant has amber turn signals on the front compared to clear ones sold in international markets. The rear was the same style as international variants until 2008 where it was given a facelift for 2009. The rear was given new taillights as well as an extra foglamp on the bottom of the rear bumper. Trim levels consisted of the 1.6XE, 2.0XE, 2.0XL, 2.0XV and 2.0XV Navi. Engine and gearbox options consisted of the 1.6 litre HR16DE and the 2.0 litre MR20DE paired to a 5 speed manual, 4 speed automatic or CVT gearbox. Pricing ranges between 143,800 and 214,800 yuan (20,710 to US$30,930).[8]

Some Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia and Taiwan have also sold the Sylphy. The Yulon Motor Company of Taiwan is manufacturing the Bluebird Sylphy as the Nissan Bluebird.[9]

In Malaysia, the G11 Sylphy was launched in June 2008. Two variants were offered: Comfort and Luxury. Both variants were powered by Nissan's MR20DE engine paired to a CVT.[10] In June 2009, 'Tuned by Impul' accessories were made available and consisted of a front grille, front and rear lips, side skirts, a rear wing spoiler, suspension and alloy wheels.[11] In January 2010, a new variant dubbed 'Luxury Navi Package' offered navigation and a reverse camera.[12] In March 2012, the facelift G11 Sylphy was launched in Malaysia and was available with three variants: 2.0 XL Comfort and 2.0 XL Luxury and 2.0 XV Premium.[13] In June 2012, revised 'Tuned by Impul' accessories were launched.[14]

In Russia, the Bluebird Sylphy was available between 2012 and 2018 as the Nissan Almera. The production started in fall of 2012 in the AvtoVAZ plant in Tolyatti. The car is available with the 1.6-liter 76 kW (102 hp) engine and five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.

Pre-facelift styling

Post-facelift styling

Third generation (B17, 2012–present)

Third generation (B17)
2012-2015 Nissan Sylphy (B17) 1.8 Premium sedan (2017-11-28).jpg
Also calledNissan Pulsar
Nissan Sentra
AssemblyJapan: Nissan Oppama Plant, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
China: Guangzhou (DMCL)
Egypt: Giza
Mexico: Aguascalientes
Russia: Izhevsk (IzhAvto) (2014–2016)
Taiwan: Miaoli
Thailand: Samut Prakan
United States: Canton, Mississippi
DesignerKinichi Saito[15]
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
PlatformNissan V platform
RelatedNissan Tiida (C12)
Venucia D60
Engine1.6 L HR16DE I4 (petrol)
1.6 L MR16DDT I4-T (petrol)
1.8 L MRA8DE I4 (petrol)
1.5 L K9K764 I4 (diesel)
Transmission6-speed manual
5-speed automatic
6-speed automatic
XTRONIC CVT automatic
6-speed XTRONIC CVT + Manual mode automatic (1.6 DIG Turbo)
Wheelbase2,700 mm (106.3 in)
Length4,615 mm (181.7 in) (Pre-facelift)
4,625 mm (182.1 in) (Facelift)
Width1,760 mm (69.3 in)
Height1,495 mm (58.9 in)
Curb weight1,188–1,255 kg (2,619–2,767 lb)

The 2013 Nissan Sylphy was revealed at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. The design of car is based on aerodynamic and premium design with LED-bordered headlamps, LED tail lamps, sharp angled trunk lid and chrome trim and featuring large interior space and class leading trunk. It also features an intelligent key with push start button and a dual-zone climate control in certain markets. This model was envisioned to debut in over 120 countries around the world by 2014.[16]



In Japan, Nissan Sylphy debuted on 5 December 2012, and built at the Oppama plant in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture. The "Bluebird" nameplate was dropped from "Bluebird Sylphy".

Nissan Sylphy 1.8 Premium (Singapore; pre-facelift)
Facelift (China)
Nissan Sylphy facelift EV


In South Africa, the B17 is called Nissan Sentra and comes in Acenta trim only, with 1.6-liter engine and five-speed manual or CVT automatic.


In China, the Sylphy is available with HR16DE 1.6-liter (93 kW/154Nm) or MRA8DE 1.8-liter engine (102 kW/174Nm) with a five-speed (six-speed in the 1.8) manual or CVT transmission. The equipment levels are 1.6 XE, 1.6 XL, 1.8 XE, 1.8 XL, and 1.8 XV; pricing is from around RMB119,000 to 169,000.[17] As of 2018, an electric version was available for the Chinese market, featuring a slightly revised front and rear end design. An all-electric Sylphy EV version is due for China only in 2018.[18]

In Thailand, the second country to get the Sylphy, the car uses same engines as Chinese market version but the power is reduced somewhat (1.6 down from 93 kW to 85 kW and 1.8 down from 102 kW to 96 kW; torque remains unchanged). The Thai lineup consists of 1.6 S, 1.6 E, 1.6 V, and 1.8 V, all with standard features like air conditioner, CD player (the 1.8 V gets a color display audio system), electric windows and electrically adjustable and folding mirrors, with dual airbags across the range. There is a navigation option for the 1.8 V and dual zone climate control with rear air ventilation. The sales target is 20,000 units per year.[19] Nissan also confirmed that they would be exporting Sylphys to the Australian and Middle Eastern markets in December 2012 or January 2013.[20]

On 15 October 2015, Nissan Thailand introduced the MR16DDT into the Sylphy lineup during a mid-model refresh. Producing 140 kW/240 N⋅m, the MR16DDT is a direct injection, turbo petrol engine able to run on 95 or 91 RON, E10. Additionally, trim lines were reduced from eight to seven: 1.6 S, 1.6, E, 1.6 V. 1.6 SV, 1.8 V, 1.8SV, 1.6 DIG Turbo. Cruise control and NissanConnect were added to the trim options.[21]

In the Philippines, The Nissan Sylphy unveiled on 7 March 2014, shortly after the Nissan press event, alongside the Nissan Altima mid-size sedan. The Sylphy, replacing the N16 Sentra, comes in white, black, gray, silver, and bronze.

The B17 Nissan Sylphy was launched in Singapore in March 2013 where two variants were offered: 1.6 and 1.8.[22] Over 5 years later, the Sylphy was updated in Singapore. Changes include a new grille, front and rear accented lights and the use of glass black plastic for interior trim.[23] The two variants now offered are: 1.6 Lite and 1.6 Premium.[24] The facelifted Sylphy was launched on 10 January 2019 at the Singapore Motorshow with restyled headlamps similar to the Taiwanese Sentra.

On 29 April 2014, the Sylphy has made its debut in Malaysia.[25][26] Safety features such as 6 SRS airbags, VDC, TCS, ABS, EBD and BA were standard. There are two variants available in the market, 1.8E and the more luxurious 1.8VL.[27] These are complete built unit from Thailand. In August 2014, 'Impul' accessories became available and consisted of a bodykit, lowered suspension, wheels and tyres.[28] The Sylphy has since been discontinued in Malaysia as evidence from the absence of the Sylphy from official price lists and absence from Nissan's Malaysia official site.[29]

In the Middle East, it's called Nissan Sentra and available with 1.6- and 1.8-litre engines.


The Nissan Pulsar nameplate returned to the Australian and New Zealand markets on 28 February 2013. Announced at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in October 2012 and available in three trim levels: ST, ST-L, and Ti. Manual and CVT automatic transmissions are available (manual available in ST and ST-L models only). All models feature six airbags, alloy wheels, Bluetooth and cruise control; the ST-L gets added leather gear shift and steering wheel, fog lamps, and a rear spoiler while the Ti adds Xenon headlamps, leather seats, dual-zone climate control, satellite navigation, and rear view camera. Pricing started from AU$19,990 in ST manual to AU$28,990 in Ti and sales started in February 2013.[30]

A five-door Pulsar hatchback was added later in 2013, but this is based on the Nissan Tiida (C12).

North America

In North America, the third country to get the Sylphy after China and Thailand, this car is known as the Nissan Sentra for the 2013 model year. It is longer than the previous generation Sentra by 2.3in, with a 0.6in longer wheelbase, but 150 lb lighter than its predecessor. It's available with a new 1.8-liter engine with 130 hp (97 kW) and 128 lb⋅ft (174 N⋅m) of torque or a 1.6 turbo engine borrowed from the Juke making 188 hp and mated with 6-speed manual or CVT transmission, and return combined 34mpg EPA fuel economy (30 city/39 highway). The FE+ version available in S and SL models can returns 40mpg highway.

Trim levels in US are S, SV, SL, SR, SR Turbo, & NISMO; the SR is the sporting model, come with rear spoiler, 17" alloy wheels and silver trim. Satellite navigation, intelligent key with start button, and dual-zone climate control are available in high spec models.[31]

In Canada, the only trim levels are S and SV; SL and SR models are options for SV models. Air conditioning is an option in both S and SV models. Pricing starts from CA$14,848.[32]

The Sentra is built at Nissan's Canton, Mississippi plant since December 2012.[33] However, early units were built in Mexico.

South America

In Brazil, the B17 is called as Nissan Sentra and comes with a 2.0-liter flex-fuel engine.

In Trinidad and Tobago, the B17 is called the Nissan Sentra. It is sold and serviced by Massy Motors, the dealership chain for the Nissan brand locally.[34]

Fourth generation (B18, 2019–present)

Fourth generation (B18)
Nissan Sylphy B18 002.jpg
Also calledNissan Sentra
AssemblyJapan: Nissan Oppama Plant, Yokosuka, Kanagawa
China: Guangzhou (DMCL)
United States: Canton, Mississippi
Thailand: Samut Prakan (Nissan Motors Thailand)
Mexico: Aguascalientes
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
PlatformNissan CMF-C platform[35]
Engine1.6 L HR16DE I4 (petrol)
1.6 L MR16DDT I4-T (petrol)
2.0 L MR20DE I4 (petrol, Sentra)
Transmission6-speed manual
5-speed automatic
6-speed automatic
XTRONIC CVT automatic
Wheelbase2,712 mm (106.8 in)
Length4,641 mm (182.7 in)
Width1,815 mm (71.5 in)
Height1,450 mm (57.1 in)
Nissan Sylphy B18 rear
Nissan Sylphy B18 rear

The fourth generation Sylphy was unveiled on 16 April 2019 at the 18th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition.[36][37] It was also unveiled as the Sentra at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.[38]

The 2.0 L MR20DD replaces the 1.8 L MR18DE engine from the previous generation and will not offer a manual transmission option in North America. The 1.6 L HR16DE is still available in some European and Asian markets. An independent rear suspension replaces the torsion beam rear suspension found in the past three generation Sylphy/Sentra's.[39]

North America

In North America, the Sentra is powered by a naturally-aspirated, 2.0L MR20DD inline four-cylinder (I4) gasoline engine, producing 149 hp (111 kW) and 198 N⋅m (146 lb⋅ft) of torque, along with a standard Nissan X-Tronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). There is three trim levels of the 2020 Sentra: base S, midlevel SV, and range-topping SR. The base S is equipped with standard features such as such as push-button ignition and sixteen-inch tires and steel wheels with full wheel covers. The SV adds features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, sixteen-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, a six-speaker audio system, an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system, dual-zone automatic climate controls, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), and an upgraded cloth interior. The SR adds features such as eighteen-inch tires and aluminum-alloy wheels, a dark chrome "V-Motion 2.0" front grille, LED headlamps and daytime running lamps (DRL's), LED front fog lamps, a sport cloth interior with orange stitching, a rear spoiler, and lower body sill side extensions. The Nissan Safety Shield 360 system of driver assistance technologies come as standard equipment on every Sentra trim levels. The 2020 Sentra went on sale in the United States in late January 2020.[40]

Nissan Sentra B18, rear view
Nissan Sentra B18, rear view


Calendar Year Thailand
2014 3,645[41]
2015 2,978[42]
2016 1,223[43]
2017 1,155[44]
2018 1,206


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