With a twin-carb inline 6-cylinder engine, capable of 151HP, the Z proved to both US and European manufacturers that when it came to sportscars, Japan was a powerful contender.
The hard-working, hard-wearing Hardbody trucks put Nissan on the map for utility and value in the small truck market. You can still see them today – both on and off the road.
Pathfinder made Nissan and 4x4 adventure synonymous. Back in ’87, it came with two doors, a massive tailgate, and a huge appetite – as well as ability - for getting into those out of the way places.
Chrome, tailfins and V8s reigned supreme in ‘59, but that didn’t stop Datsun from going to market with this plucky compact truck. Despite a diminutive 1000cc, 37HP engine, it could haul a quarter-ton, and looked like a million.
As ready now as it ever was
Frontier is a storied truck with a rich history, designed and engineered to back up your active life with legendary reliability and rock-solid build quality.
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