Thursday, 7 January 2016

The All New Nissan NP300 Navara

With pick ups across the marketplace undergoing face lifts, remodels and style updates it was only a matter of time before the Navara was due an upgrade.

The newly named Navara NP300 features a softer body with gentle curves present throughout. Inside you will find a roomier cabin with increased space for passengers thanks to the curvy dashboard, while in the back Nissan prove that updates are about more than just looks with a 67mm increase in load length. This extra loading room pushes the Navara ahead of its competitiors with class leading dimensions of 1578mm for the double cab model and 1788mm in the king cab. The ultimate pick up that strikes the perfect balance between work and play.

Opt for either the single turbo 158bhp or twin turbo 187bhp option and benefit from 24% increased efficiency with the new and refined 2.3l diesel engine. Fuel economy figures for the NP300 are the best in its class, with the Tekna model achieving 44.1mpg* (combined) and 169g CO2/km* (combined).

For those who need to get the most out of a pick up truck, the Navara has a maximum towing capacity of 3500kg and all vehicles across the range have a payload over a tonne** - making this a vehicle that is truly suitable for all aspects of life.

There's no shortage of equipment inside the new Navara. Opting for the Tekna trim means you will drive with the latest in vehicle technology with Selectable 4WD mode, around view monitor, forward emergency braking, air conditioning, hill start assist and hill descent control. The NP300 is the first pick up to feature 5 link rear suspension, a highlight that makes it stand out from the rest.

Crowned international pick up of the year, the Navara will also be valid for Nissans new five year warranty.

For information on how to lease a new Nissan NP300 Navara, simply visit our website
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* Based on figures published by the manufacturer.
** Payload based on figures published by the manufacturer. Calculation used is gross vehicle weight minus unladen weight.