1 Mar 2017
A midlife update for Nissan's slow-selling Navara pick-up saw extensive revisions to the model range as every petrol-powered variant was dropped in favour of an all-diesel line-up.
This bold move was complimented by much needed changes to the suspension tune, which allowed for a more compliant ride after some local engineering input.
Standard equipment levels were also boosted as part of the update, with USB and auxiliary outlet, as well as three 12-volt power sockets included with all variants.
Meanwhile, the Navara's entry-level pricepoint moved north of $20k, with the range kicking off from $25,990 before on-road costs for the manual-equipped RX 4x2 diesel single cab chassis.