Buyers expect a lot from small pickups. Pickups are expected to
carry loads, go off road, and take the abuse of construction sites
and vacation trips. At the same time, they are expected to be
reliable, comfortable and good looking. Filling all those needs is
a tall order.
But we have a great 1997 Nissan Pickup truck here at Skyway
Classics that fits all of those descriptions.
Our Nissan is powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine mated to
a five-speed manual transmission. This engine generates 134
horsepower at 5200 rpm and 154 lbs.-ft. of torque at 3600 rpm.
This is one of the most powerful standard engines among the compact
trucks and it is a four-wheel drive too. It also has power steering
and rear-wheel anti-lock brakes and sits in a very clean and
detailed engine compartment looking as new as it was in 1997.
The two-tone grey and tweed twin bucket seats provides space for
two people withe storage space behind the seats.
It has grey carpeting and Nissan logo floor mats, a car-like
dashboard houses that houses a speedometer, fuel gauge, water
temperature gauge, tachometer, air conditioning, a Pioneer
AM/FM/cassette with a sound system, and a center console.
The Nissan Truck has a great black paint job to showcase the
rounded corners and bulging fenders and is complimented by a lot of
chrome like the grill guard, side steps, front and rear bumpers,
trim, and mirrors.
The suspension consists of independent struts with torsion bar
springs and a 23-mm anti-roll bar up front with a solid axle and
leaf springs in the rear. This sturdy combination gives the Nissan
a smooth, car-like feel, while giving it the ability to conquer the
most challenging off-road terrain as it rides on the original
Nissan factory mag wheels with great blackwall tires.
1997 Nissan Pickup truck we have here at Skyway Classics is a great
solid truck with a beefy chassis, a powerful driveline and a body
that is stylish and distinctive. This Nissan is well-suited to
handling whatever chores are assigned to it.
Our 1997 offers a lot of truck for a relatively small price.
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