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Nissan Cabstar - Buyers' Guide Nissan Cabstar Buyers' Guide. An unglamorous, uncomplaining workhorse, Nissan's forward-control (the cab is over the engine) rear-wheel drive Cabstar has been shouldering the burden for builders, roofers, landscape gardeners and fencing contractors for many years. Grossing at from 3.4 to 4.5 tonnes, and in single and double cab versions, Nissan's humble load shifter is on offer as a chassis cab, a tipper, a dropside and in dry freight and refrigerated box van guise. The manufacturer has even come up with a car transporter conversion. Three wheelbases are listed and payload capacities vary enormously, with the 3.5-tonne tipper, for instance, able to handle anywhere from 968kg to 1300kg depending on the model selected. Its dropside 3.5 tonne stablemate can shift anything from 1239kg to 1579kg. Power is provided by a 2.5-litre diesel at either 110hp/250Nm or 130hp/270Nm or a 3.0-litre diesel at 150hp/350Nm. You get a five- or a six-speed manual gearbox. Buyers who haven't examined Cabstar for a few years will be surprised by how roomy the cab is these days. The driving position has improved significantly too. There are no less than four specification levels; Basic, Basic+, Pro and Pro+ are listed. Cabstar offers a tight turning circle and dependable handling, with the 3.0-litre engine in particular packing plenty of punch. The ride is acceptable and settles down with a load on board, the gearchange is a bit long-throw and noise levels are not exactly low. All of ...

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