Its bold, sleek styling and assertive looks announce that you've arrived, and you mean business – whether it’s transporting passengers safely or taking the family on holiday.

The new 16-seat model, has been built to comply with South Africa’s passenger transport industry regulations and benefits from extensive South African influence throughout its development while being specifically engineered in Japan.

The new model succeeds the legendary Nissan E20 of the 1990s – a vehicle which still carries strong heritage with local taxi operators almost twenty years after the last E20 was sold.

The unique name also gives the NV350 Impendulo Taxi a strong local flavour, reigniting the South African taxi industry’s affection for Nissan products – an industry in which over 4.5 million people travel in over 220 000 taxis on a daily basis.

Much like its Panel Van sibling, the NV350 Impendulo features smart standard equipment to make daily use more pleasant. These include easy-to-clean PVC flooring, adjustable power steering wheel, a multi-info trip computer, two cup holders, cleverly-designed sliding rear windows, seatback handles and 15-inch steel wheels with wheel covers. A full-size spare wheel is also standard fitment, and a two-speaker audio system is available as an option.

Safety equipment includes driver and front passenger airbags, ABS with Brake Assist, seat belts for all 16 seats, a driver’s seatbelt warning buzzer, an emergency exit escape hatch in the roof and an immobiliser.


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