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Difference Between Nissan Fb15 Super Saloon And Ex Saloon

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plz any one can tell what are the major differences between nissan fb15 Super saloon and ex saloon.Is there any difference in the engine. (Visually)

Plzz help....

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plz any one can tell what are the major differences between nissan fb15 Super saloon and ex saloon.Is there any difference in the engine. (Visually)

Plzz help....

Check:

Super Vs EX

Edited by Uditha88

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plz any one can tell what are the major differences between nissan fb15 Super saloon and ex saloon.Is there any difference in the engine. (Visually)

Plzz help....

No difference in the Engine.

Do a search on the forum. You will find several discussions on this topic.

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ACTUALLY NO DIFFERENCES ON ENGINES BUT SUPER SALOON COMES WITH SPECIFIC DIFFERENCE I MEAN NICKEL DOOR HANDLES / BEIGE INTERIOR LIKE WISE SOME SMALL CHANGES ETC

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BUT SUPER SALOON COMES WITH SPECIFIC DIFFERENCE I MEAN NICKEL DOOR HANDLES / BEIGE INTERIOR LIKE WISE SOME SMALL CHANGES ETC

False.

Nickel door handles, beige interior are not the differences.

I think we can't call it "Some Small Changes".

There are list of major changes.

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God, these so called experts are more retarded than monkeys in a zoo.

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False.

Nickel door handles, beige interior are not the differences.

I think we can't call it "Some Small Changes".

There are list of major changes.

hey if you know all you could have mention know ?

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hey if you know all you could have mention know ?

I didn't mentioned it since there are lot of discussions on the same topic. A simple forum search will give you what you want.

Edited by Isuru Udana

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super saloon

1) abt 100cc difference in the engine for the auto ac

2) Auto ac

3)head rests for the back seat

3)arm rest in the middle of the back seat

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super saloon

1) abt 100cc difference in the engine for the auto ac

Both Super Saloon and Ex-Saloon comes with the same Engine.

FB 15 comes with 4 types of Engines.

1295cc (1.3) - QG13DE - FE Model - Basic Car , Ex-Saloon

1497cc (1.5) - QG15DE - Ex Saloon, Super Saloon (Most Common one)

1769cc (1.8) - QG18DD - Super Saloon - Very rare model comes with CVT

2184cc (2.0) - YD22DD - Diesel - haven't seen a one here

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2184cc (2.0) - YD22DD - Diesel - haven't seen a one here

some time ago i saw a one for sale other than that i have never seen one i think it's safe to say it is a rare model. :)

Edited by nexus

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Hi ,main difference is in the back seat. In supersaloon's comes with back seat head rest whereas ex-saloon hasn't. 

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2 hours ago, DEENOTZO said:

Hi ,main difference is in the back seat. In supersaloon's comes with back seat head rest whereas ex-saloon hasn't. 

Hi. This topic is over 7 years old. Please check the date before responding to old threads.

Edited by Davy

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On 7/11/2011 at 8:20 PM, Isuru Udana said:

No difference in the Engine.

Do a search on the forum. You will find several discussions on this topic.

Hi, I need to know about changing of speedometer of FB15 and can we use super saloon fb15 speedometer for ex saloon car. Please update me regarding this matter.

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