About Nissan Hardbody
Regardless of the context, the term "hard body" brings to mind something solid and durable. As a result, it is not surprising that the four-cylinder Nissan Hardbody features a sturdy, durable construction. Introduced in 1985 under the Datsun name, the boxy Nissan pickup truck offers a manual or automatic transmission and either four-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive. Nissan Hardbody interior options include stereo, power mirrors, air conditioning, sunroof, power locks, and power mirrors. Some upgraded models have larger alloy wheels, sliding rear windows, and chrome trim. The 1997 model from the last year of production tops out at 17 miles per gallon in the city and 19 miles per gallon on the highway on the four-wheel drive models. Rear-wheel drive models offer somewhat better fuel economy at 20 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. Browse the large inventory on eBay to find the vehicle as well as replacement parts like Nissan Hardbody grills and bumpers. After all, with a name like Nissan Hardbody, the vehicle has an image to uphold.