Truckman, the UK’s leading manufacturer of hardtops for pick-ups, 4x4s and sports utility vehicles (SUVs) has launched a new range of hardtops, tonneau covers and loadliners for the new Nissan Navara.
The Navara, which replaces the Nissan D22 King Cab and Double Cab, is the first of a new generation of pick-up trucks which combine luxury and style with practicality and high specification, and forecast to become Nissan’s best selling 4x4.
Truckman, which has worked with Nissan for a number of years but is for the first time selling direct to dealers, has launched a comprehensive range of six products for the new Navara, which includes the 100XL luxury top, the 700 series tonneau cover, 100R budget top and the 180 semi-high roof, as well as its classic top and loadliners.
Mark Muschamp, managing director at Truckman said, "This is a fantastic opportunity for Truckman to broaden its range of products while also meeting the needs of both Nissan dealers and Nissan Navara owners."
This launch also marks the beginning of a new distribution agreement with Leer, America’s largest hardtop manufacturer. Leer will be supplying Truckman with some of its hardtops for the Navara, enabling Truckman to continue to maintain its price competitive advantage, high quality standards and first class aftersales service.
Dealers will also be able to benefit from healthy profit margins, and a large UK stockholding of all models enables fast delivery within three days of ordering. Further information is available by visiting www.truckman.co.uk/navara/
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