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Nissan Cefiro A 33

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hi,

can some wonderful people opiniate on the A33 model on performance, fuel consumption ? i heard that there is a 'neo lean' engine version which does ok on fuel , is that correct?

thanks

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hmmm not too sure about the lean burn technology :unsure:

one of the biggest issues with the Cefiro has been the heavy fuel consumption 5 - 7 kmpl i believe :unsure:

Performance wise its adequate - specially if its a S-Touring

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1 to 1.1 mill is A32 territory I believe.......I've seen A32's advertised for that approx amount.

An A33 from what I 've seen goes in the region of about 13.5 to about 1.5 mill.

However I could be wrong.

Pradfred might be able to alaborate.........

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1 to 1.1 mill is A32 territory I believe.......I've seen A32's advertised for that approx amount.

An A33 from what I 've seen goes in the region of about 13.5 to about 1.5 mill.

However I could be wrong.

Pradfred might be able to alaborate.........

Yup , Shai's right.

That price range is for the older A 32 version.

The Cefiro I have is an A 33 with the NEO Engine and does 7 regularly, and more outstation.

I think that's a fair fuel consumption for a luxury car, and for that price range its a lot of car for the money.

When buying one, please check mileage, and overall condition. Spares are not cheap. The lower priced cars I ( from what I saw) were high mileage ones and not all that well maintained. Check rack - end noise, suspension and overall electrics etc.

(Mine is a 2001 model which was the end of model year ) and came with illuminated dashboard as well as the height adjustable projection beams. ( The older one 1999 model I had was the normal version)

Good solid cars, its a Nissan after all, and very comfy. I would recommend buying one without any hesitation - as long as its use is understood.

Good luck

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Yup , Shai's right.

That price range is for the older A 32 version.

The Cefiro I have is an A 33 with the NEO Engine and does 7 regularly, and more outstation.

I think that's a fair fuel consumption for a luxury car, and for that price range its a lot of car for the money.

When buying one, please check mileage, and overall condition. Spares are not cheap. The lower priced cars I ( from what I saw) were high mileage ones and not all that well maintained. Check rack - end noise, suspension and overall electrics etc.

(Mine is a 2001 model which was the end of model year ) and came with illuminated dashboard as well as the height adjustable projection beams. ( The older one 1999 model I had was the normal version)

Good solid cars, its a Nissan after all, and very comfy. I would recommend buying one without any hesitation - as long as its use is understood.

Good luck

will a trip to A*W to get a full checkup done help me find all possible major problems with the car?

is 176,000 km too high for a cefiro(this car is well looked after though)?

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will a trip to A*W to get a full checkup done help me find all possible major problems with the car?

is 176,000 km too high for a cefiro(this car is well looked after though)?

Looks a bit high.There shud be others with lower mileages as these are normally used as 2nd or even 3rd cars ( :rolleyes: )

Check the condition and service history.

Number of owners etc.

Is the price lower than other cars ?

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Looks a bit high.There shud be others with lower mileages as these are normally used as 2nd or even 3rd cars ( :rolleyes: )

Check the condition and service history.

Number of owners etc.

Is the price lower than other cars ?

tnx prdfred, bdw i think you own the best A33 in the country. congratz on a smart and patient choice :).

A32 is in tip top condition. it's my cousins car (3rd owner or so) and i personally know the owner before my cousin (second owner) too. they all took a very good care and did all running reapairs on time. the owners b4 my cousin used it as the daily runner.

i think the first owner was some A*W big shot (although i do not who that is personally). but anyway judging by past posts and all it looks as though 6km per liter is the more realistic figure for the cefiro in heavy traffic and that is bordering on what i can spend on fuel at current fuel prices. this will be my daily runner if i go for it. option seems less vaiable now. i was hoping i could do 7km per liter in A32 :action-smiley-060:

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Hey guys.. I'm looking to buy an A33 Automatic cefiro but i'm confused as to which trim to be looking for... I can't decide whether to look for Excimo, 2.0G or S-Touring? I'm looking for decetly low mileage one with Automatic transmission, leather seats (electric preferred but not required) & xenon headlamps... How can i distinguish between JDM & Singapore imports (I've heard the singapore cars have interior quality issues).. How is reliability, spares etc...

Thanks in advance..

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<!--quoteo(post=114568:date=Feb 3 2010, 09:12 AM:name=pradfred)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (pradfred @ Feb 3 2010, 09:12 AM) <a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=114568"><{POST_SNAPBACK}></a></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Looks a bit high.There shud be others with lower mileages as these are normally used as 2nd or even 3rd cars ( <img src="http://forum.autolanka.com/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/rolleyes.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":rolleyes:" border="0" alt="rolleyes.gif" /> )

Check the condition and service history.

Number of owners etc.

Is the price lower than other cars ?<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->

tnx prdfred, bdw i think you own the best A33 in the country. congratz on a smart and patient choice <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />.

A32 is in tip top condition. it's my cousins car (3rd owner or so) and i personally know the owner before my cousin (second owner) too. they all took a very good care and did all running reapairs on time. the owners b4 my cousin used it as the daily runner.

i think the first owner was some A*W big shot (although i do not who that is personally). but anyway judging by past posts and all it looks as though 6km per liter is the more realistic figure for the cefiro in heavy traffic and that is bordering on what i can spend on fuel at current fuel prices. this will be my daily runner if i go for it. option seems less vaiable now. i was hoping i could do 7km per liter in A32 <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/action-smiley-060.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":action-smiley-060:" border="0" alt="action-smiley-060.gif" />

So if my cousin is the 3rd owner of my car and the I know personally the 2nd owner before my cousin and the 4th owner drove to work everyday and is a big shot somewhere and he used to get 7kmpls and was very viable, how many apples were eaten by the garandiyas in the dog kennel which is parked next to the Honda City?

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Hey guys.. I'm looking to buy an A33 Automatic cefiro but i'm confused as to which trim to be looking for... I can't decide whether to look for Excimo, 2.0G or S-Touring? I'm looking for decetly low mileage one with Automatic transmission, leather seats (electric preferred but not required) & xenon headlamps... How can i distinguish between JDM & Singapore imports (I've heard the singapore cars have interior quality issues).. How is reliability, spares etc...

Thanks in advance..

best guy to ask would be PradFred, he is a daily user of a A33.

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On 10/17/2009 at 9:43 AM, Devinda_Z said:

hmmm not too sure about the lean burn technology :unsure:

one of the biggest issues with the Cefiro has been the heavy fuel consumption 5 - 7 kmpl i believe :unsure:

Performance wise its adequate - specially if its a S-Touring

No I ride one A33 for almost 6 years. Mine does 9 km per litre definitly. It does not drink as bad as they say.

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Hi friend, I ride one A33 for almost 6 years. Mine does 9 km per litre definitly. It does not drink as bad as they say. 0716208458

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23 minutes ago, Ajith2859 said:

Hi friend, I ride one A33 for almost 6 years. Mine does 9 km per litre definitly. It does not drink as bad as they say. 0716208458

This thread is nearly 9 years old. No active member uses a cefiro here. But thanks for the input.

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I have cefiro a33 auto. Does around 8 in colombo city and outstation 10-12. I've been using about 6yrs. Don't ask from people who never had it. 

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