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bakkie

South African a small truck with an open body and low sides
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Nissan Motor Company (Nissan) (NASDAQ: NSANY) (TYO: 7201), a Japan-based automaker, is equipping its new NP200 bakkie with a turbodiesel engine.
The driver of the bakkie was hospitalized for injuries before being arrested for not stopping at the intersection and will appear at the Mankweng Magistrate's Court on Tuesday facing charges of drunken driving as well as reckless and negligent driving.
The bakkie units were previously supplied to Algeria from Nissan Motor in Japan.
Its market impact is underscored by its sales figures, showing it to be one of most popular small bakkies in the local market.
But if you transport heavy loads or travel a lot to the farm, then a bakkie is more suited, because it handles gravel roads and rocky terrain better.
Excluding producing the new pick-up platform, Nissan SA will maintain assembling the NP 200 half-ton bakkie, and it will keep using the platform (Renault Sandero) of the pick-up as well.
The automaker is taking this step because of the strong demand for the Ranger bakkie.
This week, a young Vistorina Amwele won the grand prize of a Land Cruiser bakkie in the Vivo Energy Diesel Extra promotion campaign but this car will still serve her when she is old, and her grand children ask her how she got it.
Auto Business News-August 7, 2012--Mazda Motor Corporation launches new BT-50 bakkie in South Africa(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
The company stated that, to fulfill the rising demand for its newly unveiled Ranger bakkie, Ford Motor is planning to appoint more workers in the country.
Ou Lucky's Nissan 1400 bakkie makes way for the stadium fully laden with the club open.