Civic: Deleted 1.5-liter engine from DX and LX lines. Four-wheel disc brakes replaced by disc-drum combination. No cassette deck with radio. Simpler trunk mechanism. One-piece hatchback instead of clamshell. Bumper simplified.
Passport, Accord: Deleted one paint color.
Prelude: Four-wheel-steering option eliminated in 1995 model year.
No longer will be developed primarily for U.S. market. Infinitis will be reworked versions of Nissan Japanese product, or drawn from other Nissan Division product (Maxima, Pathfinder).
Q45: Active suspension deleted in 1996.
G20: Power/economy transmission mode selector deleted in 1996.
Trooper: Deleted dual-cam V-6 engine. Both Trooper and Rodeo have the same top-end engine.
Protege: Body-color door handles and mirrors deleted. Cheaper seat fabric. The 1.8-liter engine now is only for the top version, instead of across the entire line.
626: Rear stabilizer bar deleted from DX and LX models in 1996. Intermittent windshield wipers switched to fixed intermittents for the DX and LX in 1995.
MX-6: Deleted one paint color.
MPV: Narrower tires on four-wheel-drive model.
Pickup: Sliding rear window and pivoting quarter window now an option.
Galant: V-6 option stillborn. Passenger vanity mirror no longer lighted.
3000GT: Electronically controlled suspension deleted.
Mighty Max: Macrocab and 4wd deleted in 1995.
Maxima: Replaced independent rear suspension with simpler torsion beam/Panhard rod design in 1995. Only one engine offering.
Sentra: Replaced independent rear suspension with torsion beam/Panhard rod design in 1995. Cheaper seat fabric.
Pathfinder: Replaced double-wishbone front suspension with strut-shock design for 1996.
Pickup: Long-bed and V-6 deleted in 1996.
Swift: Deleted four-door version in 1995.
Supra: No five-speed for the turbo model. Heated mirrors deleted on nonturbo models.
Corolla: LE trim level discontinued.
Paseo: Borrows significant parts from Tercel.
T100: Cruise control deleted from base models.