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 Hardbody 2.5 Tdi Hirider P/U D/C (K24)
2010 Nissan Hardbody 2.5 Tdi Hirider P/U D/C (K24)

Mileage: 85000 kms

Body Type: Bakkie

Colour: Blue

Region: Namibia


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nissan-note-getting-a-little-louder-with-nismo-versions Nissan Note getting a little louder with Nismo Versions

Nissan`s Nismo performance division has been getting more chances to shine recently with tuned models like the Juke Nismo RS and GT-R Nismo. But its latest creation moves closer to the bottom of the Japanese brand`s lineup to make a hot hatch out of the {Versa} Note.

At least in Japan, the new model is due this fall, and Nismo is keeping a lot of the details about its latest creation a secret for now.

need-a-new-nissan-leaf-battery-that-ll-be-6-500 Need a New Nissan Leaf Battery? That`ll be $6,500

What happens when an electric car`s battery loses its juice completely? Well, you either replace the battery or get rid of the car entirely. For those who bought a Model S, Tesla has got your back and has guaranteed the battery`s usage for eight years.

But when it comes to the Nissan Leaf, well, replacing the battery sounds like it`s going to be an expensive undertaking. Autoblog Green reports that only last year, Nissan tried a USD 100/month price for a replacement battery.

2015-nissan-murano-could-have-been-a-lot-more-boring-to-look-at 2015 Nissan Murano could have been a lot more boring to look at

When it debuted at the 2014 New York Auto Show, the third-generation Nissan Murano wowed us more than just about any other car on hand {that`s sort of why we handed it an Editors` Choice for the NYIAS].

It`s sharp, aggressive design was a dramatic departure from the smoother styling of the second-gen CUV, although it wasn`t too polarizing. Most importantly, though, it was a vehicle with actual design presence-you want to see it from every angle, all of which draw your eye with something new.

NissanThe company was formed in 1934. Nissan brought vehicles to market through the Datsun brand and began to build its market presence until World War 2.
In the early 1950s, Nissan formed a partnership with the British engine manufacturer Austin Motor Company (later to become British Motor Corporation) in order to access cutting-edge engine and automotive designs.
In 1952, the two companies reached an agreement in which Nissan would assemble Austin automobiles from imported parts and sell them in Japan under the Austin brand. After three years, Nissan made all Austin parts domestically and sold the Japanese Austins to the national market. The partnership also gave Nissan rights to access Austin patents, a position that Nissan used to refine and improve its own Datsun engines.
In the 1970s, the Datsun brand gained notoriety through the popularity of the 240Z, a sports car with a six-cylinder engine. The car was renowned for its combination of value, design, and speed. During the oil crisis of 1973, consumers everywhere began to look for small economy cars that used little fuel. This demand pushed Nissan to build new Datsun factories in Australia, Mexico, South Africa, and Taiwan. At the end of the 1970s, Nissan had cumulatively exported over ten million Datsuns.
In 1981, Nissan dispensed with the Datsun name and began selling its automobiles under the Nissan brand.
Nissan began the 1990s by releasing several models such as the Maxima, Sentra, and 300ZX. This move caused sales to increase substantially. However, toward the end of the decade, Nissan models became more generic and unappealing and the company saw sales drop.
In 1999, Nissan formed an alliance with French automaker Renault. Nissan re-designed the Sentra and Altima, which became popular among consumers. The program was hugely successful and, today, the Nissan brand is associated with quality, design, and value for money.
Nissan offers a wide array of automobile models for consumers. The Nissan Altima is the midsize sedan and offers several sub-models and optional upgrades, including a hybrid. The Maxima is a more luxurious full-size sedan, while the Nissan Sentra and Versa are economical compact sedans and hatchbacks with great fuel economy.
For those looking for utility, Nissan offers pick-up trucks, crossovers and SUVs like the Juke, and Murano.
For the sports enthusiast, the Nissan 370Z coupe and convertibles are available with a lot of speed and style, while the GT-R supercar competes with high-end sports cars from all over the world. The Nissan Leaf is driven on pure electricity with no gas required. With its wide range of vehicles, there is something for everyone in the Nissan line of cars for sale.
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