B11 - Malaysia (rear bumper inner view) The selling point of this huge bumper with 7km/h absorber, design to comply with NHTSA FMVSS 215, "Exterior Protection," with effective from 1 September 1972, in order made possible for Nissan Motor Corporation Japan to sell B11 in North America (USA + Canada) as SENTRA at that era.
Winning many buyers confidence to choose 130Y than its rival Toyota Corolla AE80 which is generally known as Toyota LE (pre-facelift) and Toyota XL (post facelift) locally.
B11 rear bumper inner view with twin 7km/h absorbers.
No doubt they're useful in Spain/Portugal as I've seen drivers "nudging" their cars into parking spaces by bumping front and back until they're in! But really, what use are they? No doubt that someone thought it was a good idea.
USA - B11 Sentra spotted at parking lot in South Carolina.
The license plate on below Sentra themed Palmetto Sunrise base for South Carolina state. It features the state's signature palmetto tree / quarter moon in the center against the backdrop of an orange sunrise.
The white Toyota Yaris next to, without front license plate. Only 19 states that allow no front license plate : Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia