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CRITERIA FOR ALLOCATION OF NAAMSA NUMBERS


August 2004

CRITERIA
1.CATEGORY A - ENGINE/TRANSMISSION CONFIGURATION
a.Engine Cc Class (From 1400 to a 1600. Not from a 1386 to a 1398.)
b.Number of cylinders (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, etc.)
c.Engine type (Straight inline, V Shaped, Flat boxer.)
d.Aspiration (Turbo, Supercharger, naturally aspired.)
e.Fuel Type (Diesel/Petrol.)
f.Gearbox Type (Manual, Elec/Automatic.)
gNumber of Gears.
HKw(Hp) and/or Torque.
i.Engine position (Front, Centre, Rear.)
2.CATEGORY B - DIMENSIONS
a.Bodyshape (Hatch, Sedan, Coupe, Single/Double Cab, Extended Cab, P/Van etc.)
b.Combination of length, height and width.
c.Wheel base (SWB, LWB.)
d.Body style/line change (Exclude Front/Rear Bumpers and Bonnet/Boot.)
e.Legal GVM Change (Commercials Only.)
3.CATEGORY C - APPLICATION
a.Truck Tractor, Tipper, Freight Carrier, Bus, etc.
b.Off road/On road capability.
c.Drive Train (4X4, 4X2, AWD, 6X2, 6X4, 6X6, 8X4, 8X8 etc.)
d.Number of passengers (A change in the capacity.)
e.Market Change (Pass to LCV, etc.)
4.CATEGORY D - SPECIFICATION LEVEL
a.Trim Levels/Specification upgrades (Standard model as opposed to Exec, Luxury, etc. As displayed on the OEM price list.)
CONCLUSION
5.Lightstone Auto suggests that a new NAAMSA number should be allocated if there is a change in any of the above mentioned sub sections.

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