Nissan Adds NT500 Truck to Its LCV Lineup

May 30, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

NT 500The commercial vehicle market is also booming and therefore many automakers are now concentrating on introducing some of the best light weight commercial trucks across the globe. Nissan has been playing a pivotal role to introduce better commercial vehicle trucks and now the automaker has decided to introduce NT500 trucks that can offer better convenience and options to commercial light weight vehicle owners.

Nissan claims that the all new medium duty chassis cab ready truck will allow them to be a major player in the European truck market. Nissan said that they want to become a key player in this business and therefore they are introducing NT500 trucks that offer better advantages.

Nissan said that the new NT500 will be the top of the line brand for the LCV line up that they have and they are going to introduce these trucks by the end of the year 2013. The model will be available in five different wheelbases and therefore commercial vehicle owners and drivers have the option to decide which variant they would like to buy. The Nissan NT500 is available from 3.5 tonnes to 7.5 tonnes version. On the other hand, Nissan also introduces two different engines for the trucks. The all new Nissan ZD30 3.0 liter four cylinder diesel engine that meets the Euro6 emission regulations will be the standard engine that also pumps out 150 horsepower. However, the higher version engine is similar but with twin turbo technology and that pumps out 176 horsepower.

Nissan claims that the truck also provides better comfort and cabin convenience to the drivers for better and safe journey. There are practical and smart features that are incorporated in the cabin to ensure that drivers always feel comfortable while driving and they can cover long distances with ease and comfort. Nissan said that they will announce the retail price of the NT500 truck later towards the end of the year.

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