New Nissan Navara in a nutshell
- Sector-best double cab load bed length of 1,578mm
- King Cab bed measures 1,788mm in length
- New 2.3-litre dCi engine with 160PS and 190PS power outputs
- Towing capacity of 3,500kg
- The all-new NP300 Navara will make its European debut at the Frankfurt Motorshow on 15 September
NISSAN has announced the all-new NP300 Navara, which it claims will set a benchmark in the one-tonne pick-up sector, as it combines the best from Nissan’s crossovers, with 80 years of experience of designing and building robust and cleverly designed pick-ups.
Key improvements over the outgoing Navara include improved comfort, refinement, style, comfort and quality – all coming from the Crossover DNA. At the same time there’s been no change to this Nissan pickup’s off-road ability, durability and loading capacity.
The new Navara’s innovation continues with an array of new but affordable technology, including the Around View Monitor and Forward Emergency Braking (FEB) – both highly acclaimed Crossover safety features – but unique to the pick-up market and thus providing customers with more advanced levels of technology than ever before in a pick-up truck.
Further safety and convenience features include Cruise Control, Hill Descent Control (HDC) and Hill Start Assist (HSA), all of which have been developed to meet the specific demands of NP300 Navara owners, as well as keyless entry, rear-view camera and parking sensors.
Designed, manufactured and built for Europe, the NP300 Navara looks rugged yet sporty, with a mix of convex and concave surfaces, making for a dynamic and bold look. Nissan’s signature V grille and boomerang shaped LED daytime running lights provide more distinctive Nissan design cues.
Inside, Nissan claims the all-new interior gives the best quality, comfort, space and practicality for drivers and passengers. Highlights include the new sculpted dashboard and Spinal Support front seats, which offer improved ergonomics and have been engineered using technology inspired by NASA.