THE Nissan Hardbody was voted the bakkie with the least problems per 100 vehicles last year.“The Nissan Hardbody is better than most other double cab bakkies,” says Dicky Roux, manager at Nissan Bethlehem. The Hardbody comes with a standard six-year or 150 000 km warranty and is one of the double cabs which maintains good sales in South Africa.Nissan is running a massive sale on these bakkies. “The current price is R259 000 for a double cab. This is practically unheard of when it comes to Japanese brands.” This vehicle is in a lower price bracket than before.“Customers get trustworthiness at an affordable price.”The special offer applies to selected double cab 2x4 and single cab 2x4 or 4x4 models.The Nissan Hardbody is not all Nissan Bethlehem has to offer. Customers can choose from a large variety of vehicles. Prices range from a starting price of R120 000 for a Datsun vehicle, to R1,6 million for the Nissan GTR.“Quite a large variety of vehicles are available to ensure the individual needs of each customer can be met.”Nissan will launch its new Nissan Assure programme on 1 August. This will entail even better customer service. “It will give customers peace of mind. We will not only sell you a product, but also a service and assistance for the product.”Almost all Nissan vehicles will have the extended warranty of six years or 150 000 km included. Roadside assistance will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and clients will receive SMS notifications of licence renewals, service plans and warranty expiry. “A free health check will also be done when the car is serviced. This means the entire vehicle gets checked out, not only the parts involved in the specific service.”In many cases Nissan will give customers a vehicle to use in case they cannot use their vehicle.“Nissan will also guarantee that parts are competitively priced compared to other brands in their class.”Bethlehem Nissan supports the new initiative and is excited about the new services available to customers.