The Datsun 720 came in standard taxicab and “Ruler Cab” models, with consistent and since quite a while ago bed choices. The King Cab demonstrated extremely famous. There was likewise a 4-entryway variation offered in some abroad markets. Additionally, an utility body style like the early Toyota 4-Runner was likewise accessible. (as a reseller’s exchange transformation)
The 720 was implicit the recently manufactured Smyrna, Tenn plant from 1983.5 to 1986
Mid (1980-1983) models had single divider beds with jutting side lips and rope ties, 2 fake hood vents, and tail lights on the lower back valance.
Late (1983.5-1986) models fabricated in the USA had twofold divider beds with smooth sides, no vents, and tail lights on the back bed corners. Some abroad models proceeded with the early style beds.
The Datsun 720 was accessible in both 2WD and 4WD arrangements, albeit before 1984 the front suspension in 4WD models was an adjustment of the 2WD suspension. In 1980, models were fueled by Datsun’s 2.0L carbureted L20B motor, yet not long after changed to the Nissan NapsZ motor line. The 1981-1982 models utilized the Z22 carbureted 2.2L motor and a discretionary SD22 Diesel. In mid-1983 Nissan presented the Z24 2.4 Liter, Z20 2.0 Liter and the SD25 Diesel; this happened while the 720 arrangement was promoted as a Nissan (the Datsun name, which had vanished completely after 1984, was currently just seen underneath the Nissan name on the left corner of the rear end). In the American advertise the diesel motor was just accessible in the 2WD 720 (from 1982 to 1985). The Z24 was moved up to Z24i fuel-infusion (choice) for the 1986 models. Moreover, some abroad markets got forms with the 1.5L J15 or 1.8L L18 carbureted motors. The 720 Series was never accessible with any of the Z22E or Z20E multi-port fuel infused motors. These motors are, be that as it may, simple to adjust and coordinate into the body and can be found with the veritable appearance of being unique hardware.
Datsun Pickup 4WD King Cab 1980 Design Interior Exterior