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The Largo is the luxury version of the uk Serena with a larger body . Made for the Japanese market but many imported into UK & have proven very popular. Contains a swivel double seat in the rear , which can be facing either front ,sideways or backwards . Two rear seats fold up onto the side of vehicle & can be used in combination with centre seat to fold flat & make large double bed. Smooth automatic gearbox with overdrive & snow mode (like 4 WD) make it a dream to drive. Available in petrol 2400 cc & 2.0 turbo diesel engines plus 2 or 4 WD versions with the former being nippy & more economical . Both petrol & diesel have similar MPG figures with 40mpg being achieved on motorway driving . These are a brilliant alternative to the VW transporter van which is usually way overpriced due to the fact that most are converted to day van /campers. The Largo is nicer to drive ...smoother , quieter with more luxurious internal finishing altogether. Seldom does anyone prove to be anything less than delighted after buying one. Parts are readily available with lots of Primera parts being the same..along with the fact that so many are now in the UK many traders can accommodate with supplying your needs. All in all its a first class people carrier that is hard to beat.
Largo was the model name used for a Nissan passenger van built over 2 different platforms from 1989 to 1998 in Japan and other markets. Most were 7- or 8-seater coaches and competed with the Toyota Tarago. It was exclusive to Nissan Satio Store locations as a large load carrying vehicle next to the Sunny.
Series 1 was produced until 1992 and resembled a well-appointed and restyled Vanette C22. Available as 2-litre four-cylinder petrol, diesel (LD20-II) or turbo diesel (LD20T-II), with optional full-time four-wheel drive.
Series 2 were upmarket versions of the Serena. They available with either a 2.4-litre petrol 4-cylinder, or a 2-litre turbo-diesel,both mid engined ( under the front seats) with optional four-wheel drive.
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