Nissan Blue Birds
The Nissan Bluebird (Japanese:) is a compact car with a model name introduced in 1957. It has been Nissan’s most internationally recognized sedan, in multiple body styles, and is known for its dependability and durability. The Bluebird originated from Nissan’s first vehicles, dating to the early 1900s, and its traditional competitor became the Toyota Corona. The Bluebird was positioned to compete with the Corona, as the Corona was developed to continue offering a sedan used as a taxi since Toyota Crown was growing in size. Every generation of the Bluebird has been available as a taxi, duties that are shared with base level Nissan Cedrics. It is one of the longest-running nameplates from a Japanese automaker. It spawned most of Nissan’s products sold internationally, and has been known by a number of different names and bodystyles, including the 160J/710/Violet/Auster/Stanza line.