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Nissan Diesel South Africa UD35 truck givaway at JIMS

Date: 27 Nov 2008 Author Type: Press Release
Author: Nissan Diesel
Source: Nissan Diesel

CAPTION 1 :  Nissan Diesel South Africa congratulated the winner of their UD35 truck worth over R200 000 on the last day of the Johannesburg International Motor Show 2008 where five of the finalists each got a set of truck keys to try and start the truck. Jan Potgieter of Moe and Company was overjoyed when he tried the key and the truck started. The competition was run for businesses that use small trucks and more than 4000 show goers entered to stand a chance of winning. Picture by Lettie Ferreira.

CAPTION 2 : Nissan Diesel South Africa congratulated the winner of their UD35 truck worth over R200 000 on the last day of the Johannesburg International Motor Show 2008 where five of the finalists each got a set of truck keys to try and start the truck. Jan Potgieter of Moe and Company was overjoyed when he tried the key and the truck started. The competition was run for businesses that use small trucks and more than 4000 show goers entered to stand a chance of winning. Picture by Lettie Ferreira.

CAPTION 3 : Johan Richards, left, COO Nissan Diesel SA, and Masato Takizawa, right, CEO Nissan Diesel SA, congratulates Jan Potgieter of Moe and Company after he won their UD35 truck worth over R200 000 on the last day of the Johannesburg International Motor Show 2008. More than 4000 show goers entered to stand a chance and five of the finalists each got a set of truck keys to try and start the truck. The competition was run for businesses that use small trucks. Picture by Lettie Ferreira.

CAPTION 4 : Despite bad weather, thousands of people attended the last day of the Johannesburg International Motor Show 2008 on at Nasrec south of Johannesburg. They were not disappointed with all the innovation and excitement on display and this Vito van fitted with state of the art hi-tech sound by Xplod was no exception. The van has 16 subs, 35 amps, 17 batteries, 8 DVD screens and 53 speakers in total of which 24 are full range. It’s sound waves, reaching 157.8 decibels, compared to 120 decibels from an aeroplane, drew crowds and couldn’t be missed. Pictures by Lettie Ferreira

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