The Nissan Navara is a reliable, innovative, and stylish pickup that Nissan describes as “Built for the week and the weekend”. With off-road power capabilities, refined comfort, and a plethora of accessories, the Navara is equipped to tackle any task at hand.
The Nissan Navara made its Australian debut in 1986 and has been amongst Australia’s most popular 4×4 utes ever since. And thanks to features like advanced technology, noise vibration harshness suppression, and multi-link rear suspension; the Navara will take you from school pick-up to action-packed weekend adventures.
About The Nissan Navara
With a 3,500kg maximum towing capacity, a minimum 1-tonne payload across the dual cab range, and a fully boxed ladder frame; the Nissan Navara is ready to tackle any workload no matter the driving conditions.
Today, the 2022 Nissan Navara is available in 4 model grades ranging from the SL Single Cab Chassis with a drive-away price at $39,103 to the top-of-the-range PRO-4X Dual Cab with a drive-away price of $63,055.
The SL base model comes with standard features such as 17” steel wheels, Hill Start Assist, UV & heat rejecting windscreen and rear window defroster for added convenience. The mid-range ST model adds Chrome accents, LED headlights, tailgate assist, fog lamps, and privacy glass.
The next step up from the ST model is the ST-X. The ST-X adds 18” alloy wheels, leather accented seats, a leather accented seat option pack, a towbar, steel underbody protector, an intelligent key with push button start engine, and around view monitor with Moving Object Detection (MOD).
The top-of-the-range PRO-4X model tops them all by adding PRO4X black alloy wheels, leather-accented PRO-4x seats, black painted with dark grey surround grille, sports bar, tub liner, fender flares and roof rails.
Pros Of Nissan Navara For Offroading
Thanks to Nissan’s tenacity to tweak, improve, and perfect the Navara since the launch of the D23 series in 2015; the Navara is constantly advancing and maintaining its place amongst Australia’s most popular 4×4 utes.
The Navara is a top choice amongst Australian drivers for off-roading thanks to its powertrain, load-lugging carrying capabilities, and decent fuel economy. Add the attractive design, enhanced safety features, and comfortable ride to the mix and it makes for the perfect ride for road trips, adventures, and travelling with the whole crew.
So, here are some of the advantages the Nissan Navara offers which may be ideal for those looking for an offroad vehicle:
- The Nissan Navara features multi-link rear coil suspension, meaning the Navara is the preferred drive whether it’s carrying a substantial load, is unladen, or is off-roading.
- It comes equipped with an electronic rear diff locker (4WD).
- The Nissan Navara comes with Hill Decent Control (HDC).
- ST and above models feature Intelligent Offroad Monitoring with MOD.
Cons Of The Nissan Navara To Consider
The Navara doesn’t come equipped with off-road tyres and it only has a ground clearance of 220mm which makes it difficult when going over steep crests or through deep ruts, the wading depth is 600mm.
Luckily, all of these concerns can be rectified with some aftermarket additions.
Nissan Navara Accessories For Off-roading
Although the Navara comes equipped with a whole plethora of features designed to make your offroad adventure safer, smoother, and easier; these 4×4 accessories will aid in getting you through tough terrain and protecting you and your vehicle from damage.
The NAVARA NP300 COMMERCIAL BULLBAR is the perfect entry-level bar and features Airbag compatibility, Aerial mounts, and Winch compatibility and mounts.
Our top-of-the-line bars, NISSAN NAVARA D22 PROTECTOR BULLBAR and NAVARA NP300 PROTECTOR BULLBAR will be sure to do the job and look good whilst doing it.