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[Datsun 1200 encyclopedia]

B210 Fuel Economy

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Fuel Economy Champion

Overview

B210 was consistently at or near the top of the fuel ecomony leaders.

1974 41 mpg with A13 engine and 4-speed
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1975 39 mpg, 27 mpg city with A14 engine and 4-Speed
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1975 41 mpg, 27 mpg city with A14 engine and 4-Speed
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1975-1/2 41 mpg Honey Bee with A14 engine and 4-Speed. Honey Bee was a STD model (lightweight stripper model)

1976 4-speed: 41 mpg highway, 29 mpg city with A14 engine
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1976 Automatic: 34 mpg highway, 26 mpg city with A14 engine (70 HP SAE NET, 68 HP California)
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1976.5 5-speed FED: 44 mpg highway, 29 mpg city with "3.70 rear axle"
1976.5 5-speed CAL: 43 mpg highway, 30 mpg city with "3.70 rear axle"
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1976 5-speed: 42 mpg highway, 28 mpg city with A14 engine Hatchback advertisement "Suddenly it's going to dawn on you"
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1977 47 mpg highway, A14 with 5-speed (California)

1977 50 mpg highway, 37 mpg city with A14 engine and 5-speed:
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1978 48 mpg highway, 36 mpg city with A14 and 5-speed
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This was the peak of Nissan fuel economy, at least in a regular size (over 660 cc) car.

The introduction of 5-speeds, per the Datsun Service Bulletin was "1976 1/2". All the 5-speed B210s were the big heavy 63A model. Which is ironic because they were all fitted to lo-po A14s. Apparently Nissan had no smaller 5-speeds to handle the torque of A14, so it was converted to A-series use just after the fuel crisis.

From the same engineers who brought you the Z-car. 

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