Nissan SA has increased the specification of its Hardbody 2000i long wheelbase single cab workhorse and the model will be offered for R144 100.
Nissan SA has increased the specification of its Hardbody 2000i long wheelbase single cab, which has been equipped with power steering - it is Nissan's first petrol-engined workhorse to offer the feature - air conditioning, 15-inch steel wheels, a diff lock, a three-spoke urethane steering wheel and standard rear-step bumper.
Aimed at fleet operators, small businesses and farmers, the new Hardbody LWB has a payload of 1,273 kg and is powered by a fuel-injected 2,0-litre four-cylinder 16V petrol engine, which develops 92 kW of power and 174 N.m of torque.
"The addition of added-value comfort and convenience features will make the Hardbody 2000i LWB an even better proposition to the single cab workhorse buyer", said Nissan general manager of marketing and communications Gerhard Fourie.
Original article from Car