At the end of 1981, the Japanese Automobile Corporation “Nissan” launched the manufacturer of the N40 platform, which was more severe compared to it by her passenger cars.
As a result, in February 1982, a light truck with the F22 factory number was launched into mass production, which received Nissan Atlas.
Overview of cars produced until 2005.
Under the “Atlas” brand, this light truck of the company “Nissan” is produced only for internal, Japanese consumption. As it penetrates its cargo urban transportation market, many modifications with various bodies, cabins, superstructures and engines were created.
Nevertheless, the main concept of this car, which was laid by its creators, was maintained in all configurations:
Chassis “Nissan Atlas” & # 8212; The rigid frame made of a chawllane type spars, which are fastened with steel cross.
It provides good visibility ahead of the underlying roadbed and a small reversal radius within 5 meters.
Parameters of the basic machine.
The main technical characteristics of the Basic Car “Nissan Atlas”:
Geometric car dimensions.
On the cars “Nissan Atlas” most often installed automatic gearboxes (four- or five-speed).
The rear suspension has always been performed in the layout – dependent on springs with shock absorbers. The front suspension was mounted in different versions. She could be both independent, but with a transverse springs, as well as a respected spring, which has a sphere from both sides.
As a rule, in this version, machines were performed with a full drive, that is, with two leading bridges.
In the first models of the brakes were installed according to the following scheme. Ahead – disk, rear – drum type. A two-door brake system with a vacuum amplifier.
Rush type steering, with built-in hydraulic power in the basic model.
Designers worried about security when using this machine. Three-point straps and airbags & # 8212; In the basic configuration. Bumper is in front and rear furnished with shockproof devices.
The steering wheel in the cab is mounted on the right side, and the entire set of devices is located according to this.
The driver’s seat is designed in such a way that the person felt the minimum load during the working day. Good side support and maximum different adjustments contribute to this.
Amenities adds the steering column, which can be adjusted both by departure and tilt.
A good air ventilation is provided in the cockpit not only due to lowered side windows, but also at the expense of the hatch installed in the roof of the cabin.
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Improving the ATLAC model can be traced on the example of machines issued by the “Nissan” concern for the period from 1990 to 2005:
Dimensions with standard length – 4 690×1 690×1 990 mm. The dimensions of the machine with the average length of the platform – 5 990×2 0002 115 mm. Geometric dimensions of the machine at a long base – 6 735×2 020×2 270 mm.
Different options for cabins were installed on the chassis, and this concerned not only separation on single and dual.
Cabins for three people also had different sizes both in width and height. This was done in order to increase the comfort of the driver and passengers in the cabin.
Significantly changed the configuration of “Atlas”. If in 1990 these were trucks and vans, then after a year, dump truck and garbage truck are added to the list of cars of this brand.
Two years later, a truck appears with an elevator in the form of an elevator on hydropidics to facilitate the loading of goods in the body.
In 2000, the branded car “Nissan Atlas” was produced with a manipulator in the body. There was an opportunity to independently load heavy load into the car and carry up to 1 500 kg. dump truck
“Nissan Atlas” of this period performed by the “on-board truck” or “van” can be bought at prices from 200 to 750 thousand rubles.
Engine and its parameters.
The cars of this model of the factory series F24 starting from 2007 began to produce with the QR20DE and QR25DE engines. These are four-cylinder power units with inline cylinders, the working fuel for which gasoline serves.