1994 Nissan Cefiro Review
Just 4 Stars — the nissan cefiro that i had the chance to drive was a two-door but it ample space for my growing family in its second row. so it was good family car. performance-wise, it delivered well with its 2.4 engine giving real power overtake other cars on the highway.
Primary Use: Family transportation
Pros: good engine
Cons: long body
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