Nissan NV 400 MWB Low roof White Electric Pack Towbar Plylined Bluetooth 3 seats fully serviced CVRT 12/2020 Taxed 8/2020 New tyres Van is In new condition Only one owner driver Van was used as a car and mostly motorway driving
For Sale Price: EUR €7,950
Nissan Pathfinder Price is £4,795 Direct trade in, low hour for age 2005 Nissan Pathfinder with 67,615 miles. Vehicle will be sold with 12 months MOT and servicing upto date Leather seats, Tow bar, roof rack, 7 seater Vehicle is based in Golborne, Warrington with viewing by appointme...
For Sale Price: EUR €5,253
Nissan produces over 60 vehicle models, including electric, passenger, SUV, van, pickup truck, and commercial varieties, for regions worldwide.Read More
Nissan produces over 60 vehicle models, including electric, passenger, SUV, van, pickup truck, and commercial varieties, for regions worldwide.
Nissan Motor Co.’s automobile manufacturing roots date back to the 1930s with the Datsun Type 15 model, Japan’s first mass-produced automobile. Today, Nissan produces 60-plus vehicle models—including electric, passenger, SUV, van, pickup truck, and commercial truck varieties—for regions across the globe. Models include the Frontier, Titan, and Titan XD pickup trucks, as well as Altima, Micra, Juke, Qashqai, X-Trail, GT-R, Pathfinder, Maxima, Rogue, Sentra, Versa, Z Roadster, and LEAF automobiles. Notably, Nissan says the LEAF is the world’s all-time best-selling all-electric vehicle.
In the UK, Nissan vehicles include the electric E-NV200 and NV200, NV300, and NV400 vans, and the Navara pickup truck. There is also the Nissan NT400, a light commercial truck available in single and double cabs and in 3.5- and 4.5-tonne versions.
Established in 1933, Nissan’s vehicle manufacturing roots date to 1914 with the production of the first Datsun model by the Kwaishinsha Co. Nissan’s history is also tied to Japan’s Jidosha Seizo Co., which was established in 1919 as the Jitsuyo Jidosha Seizo Co. and which manufactured three-wheeled vehicles designed by William Gorham, an American engineer who would factor heavily into the development and manufacturing of Nissan’s early vehicles.
Eventually, following various mergers, affiliations, and subsidiary creations, Jidosha Seizo took over production of Datsun vehicles in the early 1930s before transitioning into the Nissan Motor Co. in 1934. Although Nissan discontinued the Datsun brand in the early 1980s after 20 million vehicles sold, it brought the brand back in 2012.
If you’re in the market for used Nissan pickup trucks and commercial vans, including Navara and Cabstar (also known as the NT400) models, you’ll frequently find them for sale on this site.
“Built for the week and the weekend,” the Navara is available in a range of cabin and body configurations, enabling it to meet any business needs, Nissan claims. Whether choosing a King Cab or Double Cab option, the Navara supports a 1,221-kilogram payload and include Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control for enhance traction. The Navara’s 4WD versions, meanwhile, can tow up to 3,500-kilogram loads.
Although compact, Nissan designed the Cabstar (now NT400) light commercial van to be roomy, including by using a cab-over-engine design to maximum cargo space. With 3.4-, 3.5, and 4.5-tonne options, the NT400 is available with single or double-cab options. The van’s 3.0-litre engine is available in 130 or 150PS options. You’ll often find numerous late model Cabstar and newer Nissan NT400s for sale on this site.