Nissan Dualis TS Reviews
Possessing an SUV is in regards to the capability to go everywhere: from the super market towards the ski slopes. It's about be-ing snappy sufficient to check great parked while in any office automobile parking space but obtaining the floor clearance to really go off the beaten-track somewhat. But if you really need to do really a little light off-roading, a diesel-engine is a bit of a must. The same goes if you personally need to tow a load. So you can do this, Nissan has added the version to the Dualis range.
Seven innovative colours: one red, one white, one black and four colors of gray, all nicely place of with touches of chrome. Seventeen-inch alloy wheels complete the bundle with fashion.
One really slight disappointment is that the Nissan Dualis TS doesn't (yet) come in four-hand or AWD, with two-wheel drive still being the only choice for the drivetrain... at least for now. Yet, this still gives the Nissan Dualis TS some rather great towing skill, and even if it's not a 4x4, you've still got the ground clearance to head around rougher terrain. And the fuel economy in the 1.6 litre turbo diesel powerplant more than makes up for this potential deficiency: you surely can't whine about amounts like 4.5 L/100 kilometers, which is what the Nissan Dualis TS can do. According to the official Nissan website, the Nissan Dualis TS should be capable to go from Sydney to Melbourne on one tank. So do not the two-wheel drive-only thing put you away. If the Nissan Dualis TS is anything like the old Nissan diesels, this automobile will last you a long, long time.
From the viewpoint of a parent of a student driver, the Nissan Dualis TS would be a great car to learn to drive in.
The Nissan Dualis TS is at the lower cost end of the version luxurious degree. Yet, it still has tons of bells and whistles to love. The five-inch screen display shows the info for the satellite navigation as well as the reversing camera.
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