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Nissan cube 1.5L Z11 2007 maximum design road speed

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Nissan cube 1.5L Z11 2007 maximum design road speed
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Jake replied 2 years ago.
Jake :

Hi there, can you explain exactly what your asking?

Jake :

hello?

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

IVA 1C FORM DVLA SECTION 4.V MAXIMUM DESIGN ROAD SPEED OF NISSAN CUBE 1.5L

Jake :

112mph

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

Japanese import 2007 engine HR15DE

Jake :

I can't be 100% that what I have also applies to the Japanese version

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

Hello?

Jake :

did you not see my replies?

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

Yes

Jake :

I cannot look at data for Japanese spec engines / chasis

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

Vehicle is an automatic

Jake :

I can tell you U.S. sprecifications is 112mph

Jake :

Which all those numbers are is recommended safe limits

Jake :

the most important factor is generally what your tires are rated for

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

That is on the engine specified

Jake :

that's what I show but I am in the U.s. market

JACUSTOMER-y858ciyy- :

Ok thank you , I will check speed rating of the Tyres as well

Jake :

Your welcome

Expert:  Jake replied 2 years ago.
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