Nissan has launched a new range of electric lift trucks, spearheaded by a unique Syncro feature which Nissan says provides “instant straight-line travel.” The Syncro feature automatically returns the truck’s steering wheel spinner knob to the ideal driving position. The new three-wheeled range also features a double rear wheel as standard for additional stability. Nissan says this is especially important for smaller trucks when travelling unladen.
The TX Syncro is designed to bridge the gap between Nissan’s warehouse equipment and its standard four-wheel counterbalanced trucks, with a range extending to five versions and in six capacities from 1.25 to 2.0 tonnes.
The AC-powered model is the first all-new electric lift truck from Nissan since the launch of its range of warehouse products last year.