Nissan continues to write new chapters in its 80-year history of making pick-up trucks with the latest Navara; a one-tonne truck that combines practicality with a touch of luxury.
With a classically practical and rugged design, it's apparent from the very first glance that the Nissan Navara can handle whatever is thrown at it. The grille is high and wide, leading to an impressively raised windscreen, whilst innovation comes in the form of an attractive optional cover for the flat-bed, which can be secured using the Navara's central locking system. The entry-level Navara comes with steel wheels, whilst upgrading to the Acenta+ trim and above will see these replaced by beautiful and hard-wearing 18-inch alloy wheels.
Although the Nissan Navara's interior is decked out with soft-touch materials and hard-wearing plastics, it's the space and seating available that is really going to draw attention. The Navara is available in either a King Cab or Double Cab formation, with a chassis cab included in the list as a more bespoke extra. The King Cab and Double Cab feature rear seats, albeit in different ways. The Double Cab comes with a traditional bench in the rear, accessed with standard doors. The King Cab however has two folding rear seats and smaller back doors.
The Nissan Navara comes with a singular choice of engine, a 2.3-litre diesel unit that has proved itself to be more than capable whilst powering the majority of the Japanese manufacturer's van range. There are two power outputs available however, an entry-level 158bhp unit and a 187bhp, twin-turbo charged option. A six-speed manual gearbox comes as standard, although a seven-speed automatic is available with the range-leading 187bhp if you select a Double Cab. Fuel Economy is roughly similar no matter which configuration you choose, so you can expect a return of up to 46.3mpg.
The Nissan Navara comes pre-loaded with a generous amount of safety equipment as standard. As well as seven airbags, LED daytime running lights and ISOFIX child-seat mountings, the base-level Navara comes with stability control and Nissan's FEB Forward Emergency Braking technology. FEB can detect potential collisions and apply the brakes autonomously to reduce any impact or prevent an incident entirely.
For more information about the Nissan Navara (including optional extras and trim packages), or to book a test drive, visit RRG Group Nissan in Bury today.