1992 Nissan Pickup

Sold: $16,995

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We're proud to offer plenty of different types of JDM vehicles so that there is something neat available to every customer and segment of the market. It's increasingly rare we have an affordable pickup like this 1992 Nissan. Unlike the US version, this truck has a much larger cabin, featuring four full-size doors and an abundance of legroom for rear occupants! Finished in Cherry Red (AH3), this crew cab sports a set of rare OEM rain visors, new bedliner, and a set of beefy 31" all-terrains. The body and paint are in fair shape for a truck, although there are a few scuffs, chips, and scratches associated with normal use. Recently serviced, this 4x4 rig boasts a mere 120k verified and documented miles, which is much lower than most any stateside hardbody. For those looking for a year-round capable hauler that is unique, eye-catching, efficient, and practical this Nissan is perfect!

Like most pickups of this era, the simple cabin design isn't ruined by a million buttons and screens. The view of the road is clear and commanding and the dash is in good shape, aside from a half-inch-long crack that is hardly noticeable. The climate control system is at hand and features functional A/C which wasn't as common as you might expect. The driver also receives power-folding mirrors which can be adjusted electronically. The locks and windows are manually controlled, as you might expect. The gray cloth upholstery is in good nick and lacks any major rips, stains, or tears. They are comfy on long hauls and the material is durable. An upgraded SWM head unit is on standby to funnel some tunes throughout the cabin and has USB and auxiliary inputs for your smart device. The carpets and headliner have withstood major abuse over the years and the door cards look good too, aside from some slight distortion on the top edges. We also wanted to note that the cable to the blend door is bent so it has to be manually adjusted. Still, at 25 years old this thing has held up better than cars half its age in the US and it was obviously cared for in a prior life.

We love pickups of this era because they are simple and sturdily built. Everything is mechanical and easy to work on, which is a far cry from modern trucks. The NA20S four-cylinder is fresh off an oil and filter service and starts up promptly thanks to a new 12v battery. The 1998cc mill idles with confidence thanks to a new engine air filter and is connected to a five-speed manual gearbox. Admittedly the 2.0L isn't going to win you any drag races but it's more pleasurable to row your own gears than driving an auto, and the tranny does a good job of maximizing the power available. A selective transfer case is on hand in case you require 4WD or want to hit some trails. While the 2WD will deliver the best fuel economy, 4WD high and low can be selected if the going gets tough. The power steering is light, but on point, and the suspension is more than capable of handling the rigors of daily use and abuse. New front brake pads were installed and the driver can confidently reign in this puppy from higher speeds when need be. We also resurfaced the front rotors while we were in there. The new 31" all-terrain tires complete the list of maintenance items performed here in our shop. The new rubber looks incredible and will last for tens of thousands of miles to come!

*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.

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