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- 1957–1959 — The internal code for what was to become the long-running Nissan Bluebird nameplate. Usually marketed as the Datsun 1000 or 1200, also with chassis codes 114, 115, and 211, although 210 is the most commonly used name to describe this series of cars.
- 1973–1978 — The third generation Nissan Sunny subcompact car carried the B210 chassis code and was sold as the Datsun B210 in North America
- 1978–1982 — For 1979, the fourth generation Sunny (B310) was sold as the Datsun 210 in North America
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|Subcompact||F-10 (F10)||310 (N11)|
|1000 (B10)||1200 (B110)||B-210 (B210)||210 (B310)|
|Executive car||Cedric (30)|
|Sports||Fairlady (SPL 212)||Sports 1500 (SPL 310)||Sports 1600 (SPL 311)||200SX|
|Sports 2000 (SRL 311)||240Z||260Z||280Z||280ZX|
|Pick-up||Truck (220)||Truck (320)||Truck (520)||Truck (521)||Truck (620)|