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|Nissan||Cabstar 2.5dCi 140hp 3.5T SC BASIC+ SWB||2014||Dropsides||£15,495.00|
|Nissan Cabstar 2.5dCi 140hp 3.5T SC BASIC+ SWB - Dropside Cloth, Grey, Driver#s airbag, Power assisted steering (PAS), Radio/single CD, Electric door mirrors, Electric front windows, Bluetooth integration
|Nissan||Cabstar 2.5dCi 140hp 3.5T SC PRO MWB||2014||Tippers||£17,495.00|
|Nissan Cabstar 2.5dCi 140hp 3.5T SC PRO MWB - Tipper Cloth, Grey, Power assisted steering (PAS), Radio/single CD, Electric front windows and mirrors, Electric heated driver#s seat, Bluetooth integration
|Nissan||Cabstar 2.5dCi 140hp 3.5T SC PRO MWB||2014||Tippers||£17,995.00|
|Nissan Cabstar 2.5dCi 140hp 3.5T SC PRO MWB - Tipper Cloth, Grey, Driver#s airbag, Power assisted steering (PAS), Electric front windows and mirrors, Electric heated driver#s seat, Bluetooth integration, Digital tachograph
|Nissan||Cabstar 35.14 dCi Basic+ Dropside||0||Dropsides||£13,995.00|
|Nissan Cabstar 35.14 dCi Basic+ Dropside - Estate
2008 MODEL NISSAN CABSTAR
The current model of the Nissan Cabstar enjoyed a great many improvements over the previous model. The engines have had an upgrade, safety has been improved service intervals increased and maintenance costs reduced.
Increases to the dimensions of the Cabstar see it go to the top of the group for load length and payload. The tardis-like cab gets an internal increase of 10% whilst the outside increases by just 2%.
The Nissan Cabstar comes in a massive range – loads of Euro 4 engines, short-, medium- and long-wheelbases, three gross vehicle weights and two types of cab – single and crew cab.
The Cabstar is powered by a choice of 2500cc common rail or 3-litre common rail diesel – both at Euro 4. The smaller, 2.5 litre has two power ratings – 110PS and 130PS, whilst the 3-litre comes with 150PS. Interestingly the SWB versions come with 5 gears, whilst the MWB and LWB come with 6 gears.
The single cab tilts for servicing, whilst the MWB and LWB double cab is fixed – access to the engine therefore more restricted. The SWB Nissan Cabstar comes in 3.4 tonne single or 3.5 tonne and 4.5 tonne twin rear wheel forms, while all MWB and LWB models are 3.5 or 4.5 tonnes GVW and come with twin wheels at the back.
Payloads for the Cabstar are second to none with a twin wheel 3.5 tonner managing more than 1.8 tonnes. There are four trim levels – Basic, which only comes on the smallest 110PS model, Basic+, Pro and Pro+, which is reserved for LWB models.... Read more >>
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Although officially still a concept, the Nissan e-NV200 had a major launch at this year's 2012 IAA truck show in Germany. Complete with ice sculpturer weilding a chain saw and a blow torch,... Read More
Just added to the vanlocator.co.uk listings is a nearly new, 2012 (12 plate) Nissan Navara Navara V6 OUTLAW (AUTO). Beautiful in black, the Navara has a Armadillo Rolltop and Sports Styling... Read More