Datsun has established a reputation for providing accessible and reliable transportation which meets the needs of motorists across the globe. The older models invoke fond memories in motorists worldwide. Datsun appeals to motorists on a budget as it is an affordable vehicle to drive. Students who are looking for a cheap first car can find great deals on the Datsun. Racers will love the Datsun GX which has made appearance on Johannesburg’s drag racing scene competing at races on the Killarney Race Track. With its tough exterior, the Datsun appeals to muscle car lovers.
The Datsun Go 1.2 Lux produces 50 kW of power at 5000 rpm with a torque of 104 Nm at 4000 rpm. This model can accelerate from 0 to 100 km in 13.3 seconds with a maximum speed of 161 kph. It has a boot capacity of 265 litres and a ground clearance of 170 mm. The transverse inline 3 engine has a natural aspiration with a displacement of 1198. The Datsun Go 1.2 Lux has a five-speed manual transmission and a fuel capacity of 35 litres.
If you are looking for older models to collect, there are a variety of excellent buys on Junk Mail. With its bright yellow exterior, the 1974 Datsun GX will catch the eye of other motorists on the city streets. This model has a 12A Rotary motor which is fitted with a gearbox and propshaft. It has disc brakes as well as an Isuzu aluminium radiator.
With its sleek blue exterior this Datsun GX has a 1400 motor with a five-speed transmission. This Datsun has a newly redone motor that has less than 1000 km on the clock. It is in great working order and is roadworthy.
With so many reasons for students, racers and Datsun lovers to purchase one of these affordable models, it is easy to see why they are sought after vehicles in South Africa.