1990 Nissan President HG50
The Nissan President was a Japanese luxury sedan produced by Nissan from 1965 to 2010. The car was mainly used by corporate executives and government officials. It was a luxury sedan specifically aimed to the Japanese market, where its main competitor was the Toyota Century.
Both the President and the Q45 shared the new 4.5-litre VH45DE V8 engine. The color of the vehicle is Blueish Black Pearl (KJ6) which looks nearly black when indirectly lit, but pops nicely outside in the sun. The paint shines nicely and is in good condition for the age of the vehicle. Parts availability for the President is no issue since it shares interchangeable parts with the USDM Infiniti Q45.
Mechanically it runs excellently and needs nothing. We’ve logged over 2500 miles during a trip to Kentucky from Jacksonville FL and it’s been nothing but enjoyable. The VH45DE (4.5L DOHC V8) engine starts right away and accelerates smoothly. Shifts through the 4 speed automatic transmission are smooth and a viscous LSD is standard. Other standard features include traction control, ABS, and 4 wheel multi-link active suspension. Currently the vehicle has 54k original miles.
Inside the President is loaded with extras and full power amenities. The rear seats recline and have plenty of leg room for passengers. The optional leather front seats show some light wear but are still very comfortable. All interior panels are in good shape and all trim pieces are present. The dash has no cracks or bubbles
Engine 4.5 L VH45DE V8
Transmission 4-speed automatic
3,030 mm (119.3 in)
Length 205.7 in
Width 72.0 in
Height 56.1 in
Curb weight 4,321 lb