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More About The Nissan Hardbody

The brand was first introduced to South Africa in the 60s with a one-tonner bakkie, and they’ve dominated the market for reliable workhorse used bakkies in South Africa since the start.

They’re built to last, and made to handle the rugged conditions that South African roads and off-roads are made of. Their mix of durability and comfort has helped to make them one of the best possible brands for both business and leisure driving.

If you’re looking to find your next workhorse, we have plenty of deals on Surf4Cars.

Here’s why this bakkie makes for one of the best possible used picks.

Essential Features

The Nissan Hardbody is available in two different engine options which includes 2.0L petrol and 2.5L diesel engine choices, both a comfortable drive that can handle almost anything.

The extra safety and luxury features included with the car includes air-conditioning, specialized impact protection in the event of an accident, ABS-brakes and more features to keep your car safe like a spare wheel lock and immobiliser.

Why Buy a Hardbody?

If you still aren’t convinced that this is the right car choice for you, here is a short list of reasons to buy this bakkie today.

1. Fuel Consumption: Fuel consumption is one of the most important factors in a fluctuating economy, and this achieves as low as 8.33km travelled per 1L of gas.

2. Load Capacity: Looking for a durable workhorse that can carry just about anything? The max load is impressive, 1359KG on the NP300.

3. Simplicity: these are basic vehicles with not a lot included, which also means not a lot can go wrong. Power steering is included but is the only creature comfort you get.

4. Value: This brand is well-known for its incredible quality that allows it to keep its value even after years of driving.

5. The Current Car Market: The current market is full of second-hand gems, and with new car sales slowing, could be the best place to get the right car at the right price. As the rand slides, consider the benefits of buying used instead of new.

A Story of a Hardbody

You should know that not all cars are built the same – and some models just have that something special about them that allows you to achieve things you never dreamed possible. Just one such incredible story is that of Brian Kannemeyer’s incredible Hardbody.

What makes it cool?

It illustrates the best qualities of the vehicle perfectly, and the car has travelled more than 1.5 million kilometres through the country.

Awards

Awards matter, and you’ll be glad to know that this one has kept coming out on top when put to the test. Here are just some of the notable awards and accomplishments that this vehicle has added to its stunning reputation over time.

1. The South African leg of the company has achieved great levels of success during its time, and has recently acquired the green-light for an export deal estimated to be worth as much as R1 billion that sees local vehicles manufactured here make it to all over the world.

2. The IPSOS Awards are some of the most highly sought-after awards for the vehicle industry, and the Nissan Hardbody came out on top in 2006.

3. The year 2015 saw the brand continue the trend of excellent performance with the top spot at the Customer Satisfaction Awards once again.