Nissan 1400 Bakkie For Sale in Namibia

Nissan 1400 Bakkie For Sale in Namibia

What is Nissan 1400 Bakkie?

The Nissan 1400 is a flatbed truck, which was manufactured from 1971 to 2008 in South Africa under changing designations. Its successor is the Nissan NP200. It was manufactured by Rosslyn Motor Assemblers, which later became Nissan South Africa.

Nissan 1400 Bakkie For Sale in Namibia

Nissan 1400 bakkie for sale. Car in walvis. N$ 32 000. Bakkie in very good condition 83 500 km. Rear wheel drive

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fuel consumption of a Nissan 1400 bakkie?

The vehicle’s strong selling point is the total cost of ownership. At an appealing selling price and a very reasonable cost per kilometre it looks like a good buy. I got fuel consumption figures of around 6.5 litres/100 km, but bear in mind the car was brand new, so the figure should improve.

Why was Nissan 1400 discontinued?

The Nissan 1400 was regarded as a reference of this class in South Africa and was also nicknamed “Champion of Africa”. The production, which was discontinued due to stricter emission and safety regulations, ended with 150 copies of the Heritage Edition.

What is the top speed of a Nissan 1400 bakkie?

Its engine put out 47 kW and 97 Nm of torque and the bakkie could reach a maximum speed of 146 km/h.

When was the last Nissan 1400 made?

Known as the Sunny Truck when it was first launched in 1971, Datsun’s 1400 pickup soon became known simply as a 1400 bakkie, and for 37 years it ruled the roads and building sites of South Africa until it was retired and ultimately replaced by the Nissan NP200 in 2008.

Is the Nissan 1400 reliable?

The original Datsun 1200 evolved into the Datsun 1400 in 1980 and became known as the Nissan 1400 in 1990. It has earned a well-deserved reputation as the ultimate small workhorse, thanks to its excellent reliability, low maintenance requirements, and modest sticker price.

Is a Nissan 1400 front wheel drive?

Nissan’s 1400. For decades South Africa was the final frontier for this rear-wheel-drive compact bakkie and there was very little that it could not do. Noisy, with very rudimentary ergonomics, it was also mechanically better suited to actual bakkie tasks than any of its front-wheel-drive rivals.

Does Nissan have 4×4?

With easy-to-use selectable drive modes, available 4-Wheel Drive (4WD), 4×4, and Intelligent 4×4 drivetrain systems on Nissan vehicles give you a dynamic drive at your fingertips. Transition seamlessly from mountain peaks to city streets.

What is Nissan 4×4 system?

Intelligent 4X4 automatically controls torque distribution between the front and rear wheels to provide cornering in-line with the driver’s intentions predicted by the steering wheel input. Vehicle yaw movement control technology, realizes smooth, ideal cornering while turning.

What is the difference between 4H and 4L Nissan?

Use 4L when driving in deep mud or snow, soft sand, up steep inclines, and on extremely rocky surfaces. Stick to low speeds in this setting, around 10 MPH. 4H is your go-to setting for driving at normal speeds (30 to 50 MPH), but with additional traction.

Can you switch from 4H to 2H while driving?

You can move the control from 2H to 4A or 4H at a stop or while driving.