Used nissan np200 For Sale


2013
79 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 83 500



2013
96 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 84 900



2013
81 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 85 000



2014
75 000 km | Manual

Johannesburg
R 90 000



2011
86 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 90 000



2015
86 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 90 000



2013
81 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 93 000



2014
96 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 93 500



2013
82 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 95 000



2014
105 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 95 000



2013
117 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 95 000



2011
230 000 km | Manual

Pietermaritzburg
R 99 995


0877215071

2015
81 000 km | Manual

Johannesburg
R 99 999



2013
123 595 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 104 995


0877215198

2012
276 000 km | Manual

Rustenburg
R 109 900


0878133510

2012
205 500 km | Manual

Gezina
R 109 950



2013
173 000 km | Manual

Joburg East
R 109 950


0878134398

2016
292 842 km | Manual

Benoni
R 109 950



2015
188 000 km | Manual

Johannesburg
R 109 995



2017
249 392 km | Manual

Cape Town
R 114 900



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More about Nissan NP200

How much is a Nissan NP200?
The Nissan NP200 is available in several trim levels, with prices dependent on the year of manufacture, mileage, service history and vehicle specifications. You can find a pre’ 2010 used Nissan NP200 for sale for as low as R30 000. For a newer, low kilometre, top-of-the-range Nissan NP200 you can expect to pay around R270 000+.

Is the Nissan NP200 a reliable car to buy?
This is a good question – because it is often asked in reference to the NP200’s shared engineering between Renault and their Romanian subsidiary – Dacia. However, this should not deter anyone from wanting to buy a used Nissan NP200 for sale. As Renault employ much of their experience from building Formula One cars and are renowned as one of the best engine fabricators in the world – implying that the Nissan NP200 is an extremely mechanically sound vehicle.

Is the Nissan NP200 a good used car to buy?
The Nissan NP200 is a top-selling compact light-utility vehicle in South Africa. With its versatility as a mini workhorse bakkie, it is a South African staple among local security companies, courier companies and small business vehicle fleets. Though it is uncommon for a car-buyer to purchase a Nissan NP200 purely for the purpose as a day-to-day runabout. A young newlywed couple furnishing their new apartment would enjoy the utility of the NP200, being able to comfortably transport pot plants, small furniture items, a refrigerator and even a queen-size bed-set. From the used Nissan NP200 cars for sale on the Surf4cars website, you can find multiple examples with the benefit of a rubberised load-bed and tonneau cover making it safe to transport groceries, a bicycle and other valuable items. However, if you are searching for a Nissan NP200 that is both, specifically, light on fuel but has excellent load-carrying capabilities – then consider the NP200 1.5dCi. The NP200 1.5dCi features a 63kW, 1.5l turbodiesel engine that with the aid of a 5-speed manual gearbox produces 200nm of low-end torque: performance that endows the little bakkie to transport anything up to 800kg and yet at fuel-efficiency of 5.3l/100km according to manufacturer's specifications.

What makes the Nissan NP200 worth the money?
Both the Nissan NP200 1.6 SE High-spec and the NP200 1.5dCi A-C Safety-Pack 2021 models offer exceptional value-for-money. The NP200 1.6 SE features a 77kW, 1.6l 16v engine, producing 148nm of torque via a 5-speed manual transmission: although the 1.6l 8v Nissan NP200 has better low-end torque – the 1.6l 16v model is a more fuel-efficient long-distance courier vehicle. Whether you choose the 1.5dCi model or the 1.6l, 16v SE variant – both come standard with ABS/EBD, front fog-lights, roll-bar, dual-airbags, AUX/USB Bluetooth connectivity, air-conditioning, as well as electric windows and side-view mirrors. A newer used Nissan NP200  will have much of the manufacturer's warranty and service plan still available.

Is the Nissan NP200 expensive to maintain?
The NP200 bakkie is locally manufactured here in South Africa at Nissan’s Rosslyn Plant, North of Pretoria: This means parts are extremely affordable, easy to source and readily available countrywide. However, when buying a second-hand Nissan NP200 you must remember that it has a history, therefore be thorough in what you are looking for: a full-service history is mandatory and knowing what the vehicle was used for in the past is also good to know.

Where can I find a Nissan NP200 for sale?
Surf4cars has the widest range of used Nissan NP200 bakkies for sale. Our cars for sale showroom is updated daily so that you never miss out on finding the best deals in South Africa on Nissan NP200 cars for sale. Surf for cars now.

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