Nissan has unveiled the new Nissan Navara, a vehicle that delivers an enhanced level of safety, comfort and driving pleasure, while continuing to bring durability, reliability and versatility.
The new model returns with best-in-class technology through Nissan Intelligent Mobility, making it the most advanced Navara ever. These technologies create a 360-degree safety shield for the vehicle, helping protect the driver and passengers from potential risks and delivering peace of mind. The integration of these technologies provides superior levels of comfort, safety, and convenience, enabling customers to feel confident in using their vehicle for both work and play.
Over the many decades since the first Nissan pickup hit the road, the Navara has continued to accompany and empower customers in many facets of their lives.
A reliable partner for work or leisure, the new Navara comes with many best-in-class technologies, including an array of Nissan Intelligent Mobility features and safety systems, making it the most advanced Navara yet.
“We packaged the new model with a full set of advanced technologies to ensure enhanced dynamic performance on- and off-road, as well as safety and comfort ushering in a new age of toughness, tech, and peace of mind,” said Ashwani Gupta, Nissan’s chief operating officer. “For our customers it means confidence, driving pleasure, practicality and pride of ownership.”
Excerpts taken from https://www.nissan.com.au/about-nissan/news-and-events/news/2020/Nov/the-new-nissan-navara-overview.html
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Tough new look, more safety gear and mechanical tweaks for Nissan’s popular ute
A comprehensive update for the Nissan Navara has made its global debut in Melbourne ahead of sales commencing early next year.
Set to bring Nissan’s all-important ute up to date alongside a slew of new or upgraded rivals – including the Toyota HiLux, Ford Ranger, Mazda BT-50 and Isuzu D-MAX – the latest overhaul for the D23-series Nissan Navara concentrates on styling, practicality and safety, with some important mechanical tweaks thrown in.
The latter includes work on the steering and suspension, and strengthening the rear axle to boost payload, while the headline news on safety is the addition of autonomous emergency braking (AEB) among a suite of advanced driver assist technology.
At the top of the range – at least until the Warrior returns, which is also now confirmed – is a PRO-4X dual-cab model that epitomises the tough, appealing new look for 2021 Nissan Navara.
But by 2021, though, the game has moved on – with all-new models of Isuzu D-Max, Mazda BT-50 and heavily updated Toyota Hilux to deal with, this new Navara has its work cut out.
New Navara is very similar to the D23 released back in 2014. The Navara retains its four-wheel coil suspension as the main point of difference between it and other competitors like the Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger and Isuzu D-Max.
Rounding out the range is the new and angry-looking Pro-4X grade which takes the reins from the N-Trek variant. Outside, the Navara communicates Nissan’s ‘unbreakable’ design language with an all-new fascia pushed furthest by the Pro-4X’s aggressive blacked-out grille. There are new LED signatures, and the Navara looks much more menacing than before with its broad stance.
Excerpts taken from https://www.motoring.com.au/coming-soon-2021-nissan-navara-127146/