Nissan Navara 2016, The Nissan Navara is tackling the European market with a version called NP300, presented for the first time at the IAA. This pickup, announced as look at striking adopts the latest technology and a more efficient engine.
After ten years of activity, Nissan decided in June 2014 to replace its third generation of Navara by another: a current model that was previously reserved only Asian market but the Japanese brand decided to review the strategy by introducing Navara NP300 for this time in Europe.
The fourth generation of Nissan Navara, unveiled in June 2014
Very slightly redesigned and better equipped Nissan Navara 2016
Available in two versions: two door or four -King -Double Cab-Cab-which seats up to five passengers, this pickup has a towing capacity of 3.5 tonnes. Visually there is some small changes in the front grille and LED lights … but the news is mostly embedded devices, worthy of those that might be found on SUV: 360 ° vision system with four cameras for parking , dual-zone air conditioning, Hill Descent Control, automatic emergency braking Nissan Navara … It also features a new rear suspension with five-link.
Less greedy engines
The European Navara receives engine side, a 2.3 liter dCi 160 or 190 horsepower choice. Two blocks whose consumption was in any case reduced by a quarter. The transmission being provided by a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic transmission.
It’s not just under the bonnet that there are significant engineering improvements. Refinement and ride quality were never very good on the previous car, and Nissan has sought to deliver a more SUV-like driving experience while retaining its off-road abilities. Two-seater King Cab versions get a lighter, quieter rear suspension. Passenger-carrying Double Cab models benefit from an improved multi-link rear suspension system which further improves the ride.
All models offer more than a tonne of load capacity and have an increased towing limit of 3500kg, up 500kg from the highest offered on the previous car.
How much will the Nissan Navara 2016 cost?
Prices for the Navarra will not be revealed until mid-September, but are likely to start around £23,000.
The introduction of a five-year warranty with a 100,000-mile limit will ease the burden on customers who intend to put their new Navarra to work straight away. The previous generation car had a standard three-year, 60,000-mile warranty.
What are the Nissan Navara 2016 rivals?
The most significant rival is the recently renewed Mitsubishi L200, which has been improved over the old model in similar ways to the Navarra.