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Nissan Truck Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 2.4 L Inline 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Four Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 134 hp @ 5200 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 17/20 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1991

    The regular cab six-cylinder four-wheel-drive model is dropped. The remaining Nissan four-wheel drives are equipped with rear-wheel antilock brakes.

Full 1991 Nissan Truck Review

What's New for 1991

The regular cab six-cylinder four-wheel-drive model is dropped. The remaining Nissan four-wheel drives are equipped with rear-wheel antilock brakes.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

It's for the smithsonian

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Vehicle: 1990 Nissan Truck

I was 30 years old and my dad bought me this truck for $7500 cash brand new. I've put 600,000 miles on it. I'm 52 now and feel old but this truck does not (feel old). Runs absolutely perfect. I've changed the oil in it around 90 times. That's key. The odometer quit about 11 years ago, the muffler 8 years ago and the windshield wipers about 9 years ago. I've had 7 windshields, 3 clutches, a water pump, s-belt, several fuel filters, and a couple of brake jobs. No power steering. Electrical system is pretty messed up. Gauge lights unreliable. Windows can barely get rolled up or down. Major sun cracked dashboard. Truck runs perfect. Cost me nothing, basically, for 22 years.




It just keeps going

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Vehicle: 1990 Nissan Truck

I bought this truck for $750 in 07. At the time the truck had just turned over to 200,000 miles. I currently have 209,000 miles on it and I am sure it will go a lot farther. This truck is not my daily driver. It is used for camping, hauling kayaks, moving mulch, dirt, furniture, etc. It often sits for a month without being started but always fires up right away and does whatever I ask of it. This truck has been a great investment for me. It serves my purposes and is very utilitarian. I have had many people offer to take it off my hands. The only maintenance I have done is some exhaust work, one brake line, a and a fuel line. Cost was not more than $450. Truck is 25 yrs old in 2 mo



4 of 4 people found this review helpful

Runs forever 89 nissan pickup

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Vehicle: 1990 Nissan Truck

Amazing little truck. I have had this rig for 16 years and it was already 5 when I bought it. 1989 Nissan standard pickup. It has 225,00 miles on it, been up and back the Alcan twice, driven all over the NW in places most folks use 4x4. I have used it hard, put some dollars into it, and it just keeps on ticking. Starts no problem in well below zero Montana winter. The body is going to rust, but the motor will run forever and ought to be sent to Peru to grind corn or something.




Tonka toy

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Vehicle: 1990 Nissan Truck

I am the second owner of this vehicle (bought in 1997) and as of Dec 2009 it has 271K miles with no signs of quitting. Have only replaced the water pump, which turns out failed due to an over-tightened belt. Also, the truck survived a major multi-vehicle accident where it was both rear-ended and broad- sided. Driver-side wheel well and engine compartment were compacted, but all components still functioned! Insurance totaled the truck anyway and took it off the road. No problem. I simply replaced the tail-lights and got the thing re- registered as a salvage vehicle. Cost to fix my spine cost way more than the tail lights and road test.




Cant kill it

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Vehicle: 1990 Nissan Truck

This thing wont die. I bought it with 200,000 on it. It now has 225,000. Ive drove it hard since I bought it. Still niether leaks or Burns oil. I've ran it up to six thousand without changing the oil and it was still full. I never cared much for Japanese trucks. This one changed my mind completely. I'm in the market for another one for a frame off restore.




Beat up but will never

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Vehicle: 1990 Nissan Truck

Well i didn't see a listing for us 1989 owners so i will post here. I bought this as my very first car..and she has been nothing but good to me i have replaced 2 tires a clutch slave cylinder and a headlight but that's all i got her from a mom/pop car dealer as a fleet vehicle from a Quarry and now she hauls hay/horses/etc and she has never let me down. I think the should make cars today like they made this truck...tough sturdy dependable She ain't the prettiest thing out there but she is slowly being rebuilt from the ground up



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okbeartoy
okbeartoy
10-31-2013
Folks you do know the Ford Crown Vic was made in CANADA and not the United States right? Well Canada is part of North America as is Mexico....Crown Vic's have been built in Canada since 1991, Impala's...


renonevada
renonevada
12-24-2003
I have owned my 1991 Nissan pickup since Jun 1991 w/4 cyl and auto trans. I just went thru my 2nd transmission rebuild. I have 187,000 miles on the truck. The original tranny lasted 79,000 miles B4 a ...


ApexEnv34
ApexEnv34
03-17-1999
With regard to truck resale values, here is my two cents:...



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