10 things you need to know about the new Nissan Navara

Nissan has just unveiled its latest Navara which will be built right here in South Africa. Below are some details that you should know.

1. Navara now becomes ruggedly bolder and more exciting with a host of new upgrades to both design and technology, creating an exhilarating experience for customers across the world.

2. The Navara now comes with a more athletic design, a quieter and more comfortable interior, as well as suspension tuning to enhance its on- and off-road dynamic driving performance.

3. Payload capacity has been increased, with the Navara one-ton pickup now delivering best-in-class payload capacity up to 1.2 tons.

4. Further elevating the pickup’s rugged character is the introduction of the PRO-4X grade – a first for the Navara nameplate. PRO-4X offers an even more impressive, eye-catching style to appeal to extreme adventure lovers who crave an escape from the daily routine.

5. The Navara’s front fascia has been renewed to be unique and easily recognisable. It carries the new “interlock” grille – a unique feature found exclusively on the Nissan pickup family and first introduced on the latest Nissan Titan – creating a powerful front face for the vehicle.

6. The Navara features a segment-first all-new, high-tech C-shaped quad-LED projector headlamps, increasing brightness and adding a level of sophistication to the design.

7. At the back, seamless signature LED tail lamps with bright chrome detail in between provide an impressive appearance.

8. Inside, the new Navara features a significantly improved fascia which includes a new steering wheel and improved styling of the instrument panel highlighting the 8-inch navigation screen and a 7-inch higher-resolution TFT screen with smartphone connectivity.

9. The rear seats are now even more comfortable for passengers, with upgrades to the seat cushions and back shapes.

10. Safety systems include Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Intelligent Driver Alertness, Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Blind Spot Warning and Intelligent Around View Monitor.

More details on the new Navara to follow soon so stay with us!

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