Nissan Pickup

A sliding bed, a swinging hammock, two bikes and a big chest might conjure up images of a Carry-On film. But in fact they’re all new accessories for the Nissan Pickup.

If you’re having trouble getting to those hard-to-reach spots in your Pickup’s load bay then let Nissan improve your bedslide manner. As its name suggests, the bedslide covers the load area and glides backwards and forwards. It’s easier to shift and place your cargo. Plus it helps prevent back-ache.

The large tool box will fit neatly into the Pickup’s load area. With a 7.9 cubic feet capacity it offers a full-length lid for easy loading and unloading of equipment. And a reinforced steel construction ensures it’s strong as well as tough looking.

In a large load space, small items can easily rattle around. To now store smaller items securely and safely, Nissan has introduced a new hammock net. Unfortunately it can’t double as a hammock which you can sleep in under the stars but nonetheless it is very practical holding anything from wellies to wetsuits.

And if cycling is your thing, Nissan has added a new bicycle carrier to the accessory range. It offers a two bike capacity carrier for fitment to the front forks. Its self support system comes with heavy duty foam pads to protect the Pickup bed and it can be used in conjunction with a bedliner.

These new goodies, designed to be quick to fit, are an addition to an already impressive Nissan accessory line up.

Published : 04/09/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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