Nissan finally unveiled the new-generation Navara, a pick-up truck which comes with a series of styling improvements and new power options.
At the exterior, buyers will get a revised front grille, new bumpers, LED daytime running lights, new Savannah Yellow and The Earth Bronze finishes as well as chrome side mirrors.
Power is offered by a revised 2.5-liter four-cylinder unit producing 163hp and 403 Nm of torque or 190hp and 450 Nm of torque. You can link the engines to a standard six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic one.
“Since we built our first pickup in 1933, over 14 million customers around the globe have come to depend on a Nissan pickup,” says the carmaker.
Either way, Nissan claims that the fuel economy is improved by about 11%. Interior features for the new Nissan Navara include a revised dashboard, a new instrument cluster with a TFT display, revised materials and an array of safety systems such as Active Brake Limited Slip, Hill Descent Control and Vehicle Dynamic Control.