Nissan launches new TX Syncro

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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 for forward and reversing operations.

The new three-wheeled range also features a double rear wheel as standard for additional stability – which Nissan says 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 in 2005 – a 30-strong series of reach trucks, pallet transporters, stackers and order pickers.

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