1990 Nissan S-Cargo

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04/2019- Autorec sale

1990 Nissan S-Cargo. One of the wonderfully crazy designs that came out of Nissan’s Pike Factory group in the late 1980’s. The S-Cargo has a charming retro style evoking the image o the Citroen 2CV and small delivery vans popular in Europe in the 1950-70’s. The S-Cargo name is a play on the french word for snail – Escargot. This car will bring a smile to your face. Could be useful for business-promotion or use it like intended – as a small business delivery van.

Showing 97,282 kilometers (~60k miles) and looks good. Some wear rust underneath in common areas. But good value for the money. Will share more info once we have it in-stock or Spring, 2019.

From the Nissan Heritage No.129 S-Cargo (1989 : G20) Commercial Vehicle

Overall length / width / height
Tread (front/rear)
Curb weight
E15S (4-cyl. in line, OHC), 1,487cc
Engine Max. power
54kW (73PS)/5,600rpm
Engine Max. torque
116Nm (11.8kgm)/3,200rpm
3-speed AT, console shift
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut / Trailing arm (independent)
Seating capacity / Max. load capacity
2 (4) / 300kg (200kg)

S-cargo(1989: G20)

The S-Cargo rolled out together with PAO in January 1989, got very popular for its snail-like styling. The name “S-Cargo” is coined by combining the French word “escargot” that means snail with a “cargo”. The luggage room was 1,230mm high and very useful, and the body sides were often used as advertising billboard.
The instrument panel was very unique; a table-like instrument panel with the big speedometer located in the center and the shift lever below the speedometer. The S-Cargo is the only commercial vehicle in the “Pike Car” series and is still very popular.

Though this one's sold, contact us if you're interested. We may be able to locate another one for you.

Year: 1990
Make: Nissan
Model: S-Cargo
Body Style: Wagon
Mileage: 60200
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 1.5 liter
Exterior Color: White
Shipment: Incoming
VIN Number: G20-009980

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