Nissan Condor S41

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2002 Toyota Caldina GT-FOUR

Went to pick up the vehicle last week. Perfect! in a much better condition than i expected inside and out. The only thing that the compliance workshop told me was wrong with it was a whistle coming from the air-con, i opened up the glove box and it stopped! Thank you very much for your speedy informative correspondence and endless patience with my pestering questions. The entire importing process was so much simpler than i expected and i will be recommending your services to others.

- Daniel V Brisbane, Australia 2002 Toyota Caldina GT-FOUR

 

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Nissan Atlas (H41) and Nissan Condor (S41)

The Nissan Atlas and Nissan Condor (essentially the same vehicle with only minor cosmetic differences) were Nissan's versatile range of trucks from 1991 to 1995.

The model range is huge with a massive variety of engines, wheelbases and rear tray options. Available in single cab, crew cab or wide cab, only 4.6l diesel, 4.2l diesel and 3.0l diesel versions can be imported. Some tray options cannot be imported due to excessive rear overhangs and to give a list of importable models even amongst the variants listed above is complex, so if interested please contact us to discuss what can be brought in.

The Atlas/Condor can be imported as an NB1 category vehicle (up to 4.5 ton) meaning it can be driven on a regular car license or as an NB2 category vehicle (4.5 ton - 12 ton) meaning a light truck license is required.

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