- Nissan navara for carting the bikes about?
Thinking of getting a pickup to cart the bikes aboutPosted 4 years ago
Thinking of putting a flat top on it with rails so I can fit 2-3 bike roof racks
I’ve only got a civic type r so can only fit one bike in
Don’t want to go down the roof rack option
Any one running a nissan navara outlaw had any problems
What’s running costs like ? Any pics with bikes fitted ?
Any help much appreciatedtrail_ratMember
Combi van then – caddy maxi is more than capible family wagon. Not as cool- but then neithers a pickup unless its an international harvester.
Test drive a pick up with the kids in the back….they are not carlike really.
They constant riding a wave choppy ride of an unloaded pickup on leaf springs makes me and many of my colleagues car sick.
My Next vehicle will likely be a pick up so im pro pick up but i need 4wd and a 2 tonne tow capacity.
Going to test drive an isuzu rodeo in the new year…..would like one of their new dmax twin tubbys but sequential turbos scare me.Posted 4 years agoioloMember
Get one with FSH, warranty and be prepared to put a new engine in .Posted 4 years ago
also be prepared to fight nissan about the warranty and wait for an engine to become avsilable. Mine was 5 months off the road.
When it worked I loved it. I stress when it worked. Also had numerous electronic faults.
This was a new supplied works vehicle cared for by me.
I really could not imagine using my own cash to buy one.guitarheroSubscriber
For balance, I ran one for a few years. Drove it to the Alps twice, used it for family holidays.Posted 4 years ago
Few niggles, but never let me down. I found it to be pretty comfortable.
Loved just chucking bikes in the back and heading out for a ride.
Miss it, and I’d buy another in a heart beat.
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