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Nissan Hardbody Truck

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Nissan Hardbody Truck
Nissan
aka Hustler, D21
Production 1986-1997
Class Compact Pickup Truck
Body Style 2 Door Truck
2 Door King Cab Truck
Length 174.6 in (4435 mm)
190 in (4826 mm)
195.5 in (4966 mm)
Width 65 in (1651 mm)

1986-1992 & 1995-97:
66.5 in (1689 mm)
1993-97: 66.7 in (1694 mm)
1993-97: 67.1 in (1704 mm)

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Engine 2.4L Z24i I4
2.4L KA24E I4
3.0L VG30i V6
3.0L VG30E V6
2.3L TD23 I4 Diesel
2.7L TD272 I4 Diesel
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Generations

Fifth generation (1986-1997)

The Nissan Hardbody Truck was given this name to assure buyers who were stung by the rustout potential of the old Datsun Truck. In the 1998 model year the Hardbody Truck was replaced by the Frontier

Fourth generation (1972–1986)

The Datsun 620 was introduced in 1972. Then in 1980 came the last Datsun Truck, the 720.

Third generation (1968–1972)

The truck was renamed Datsun 520/521.

Second generation (1964–1968)

The 320 became the 420.

First generation/origins (1959–1964)

The first Datsun Truck was called Datsun 320.

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