Nissan make Navara improvements | Car Talk - Car News Jun 2019


14:22 Tuesday 04 Jun 2019

Nissan have announced a raft of improvements to the Navara pick up range.

A new six-speed manual gearbox heads the list of specification changes to the award-winning pick up.

The multi-link rear suspension with new dual stage coil springs has been added to King Cab models, making it standard across the full Navara line up.  The resultant 25mm rise in the rear ride height aids handling and gives an increase in payload of up to 46kg.

The 160bhp 2.3 dCi engine now has two turbo-chargers and conforms to the forthcoming new Euro 6d-temp emission standards.

Changing the rear drum brakes to discs and callipers along with larger front brake discs have reduced the braking force by 40% and a shorter stopping distance, while Trailer Sway Assist is now included across the whole Navara range.

Styling changes include new 17-inch and 18-inch alloy wheel designs and new black bezel inlays to the LED headlamps.

From N-Connecta trim upwards, the Navara now includes as standard the latest generation Nissan Connect entertainment system with 8-inch touch screen, Apple Car Play, and smartphone integration.
More information on the Navara pick up range is available at Nissan retailers.


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