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Nissan van engines

Postby Lincon » Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:53 pm

Hello everyone,,
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Been looking to replace the wizard with a people mover/ camper van for a while and in that time the only isuzu fargos that have come up have been too expensive but I have seen a few 97 and 98 nissan mobdro.bio/ luckypatcher.tips/ www.kodi.bio/ largo vans which size wise fit my requirements perfectly and on paper at least economy isnt that bad. Only catch is that they are all well clear of 200k on the clock and although they pass all the usual checks what is the reliability of this combo (yes all autos)
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Re: Nissan van engines

Postby geeves » Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:22 am

Nissans use the same auto (in a different box so not interchangable) and the engines last as long as our isuzu engines.
What country are you really in?
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