Sunday, 1 May 2016

Your Guide To The Nissan NP300 Navara Grades

The arrival of the restyled and renamed Nissan NP300 Navara has brought with it a much more varied choice in models. The grades we recognise from pre-2016 Navaras are still available by name, but the equipment in the standard specification of each is a little bit different to what we've seen on the ever popular pick up truck offering from Nissan.

This time last year, you would have the choice of driving a Nissan Navara Visia, Acenta, Tekna or Tekna Connect. These days, there's a few more to choose from - the Acenta+ gives you more equipment over the Acenta, and the addition of a completely new grade that goes by the name of N-Connecta sits between the Acenta+ and the highest spec Tekna.

All new NP300 Navaras come fitted with the basics - the Nissan approved alarm system and Anti Theft System immobiliser, Bluetooth telephone integration, automatic headlights, Hill Start Assist and Vehicle Dynamic Control. The basic Visia model features manual air conditioning as standard on the 4WD version and all double cab Visia's come with cruise control and a speed limiter.

Move up a grade to the Acenta and you'll find all that is present on the Visia with a few more highlights such as 16" alloy wheels, exterior chrome styling (door mirrors, rear step bumper, door handles, wheel nuts and the front grille) and the 5"HD full colour screen in the cab. Opt for the next level up and the Acenta+ will provide you with more features that give it a more sophisticated edge. 18" alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, side steps, LED door mirror indicators, front fog lights, automatic air conditioning, heated door mirrors, leather steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake and even a rear colour reversing camera - with the image shown in the rear view mirror - all combine to create a more dynamic driving experience.

The introduction of the N-Connecta trim level will throw the NissanConnect system into the mix which features a 7" touch screen navigation and entertainment system with DAB radio, Smartphone App integration, Bluetooth audio streaming, traffic updates and eco driving tracking. The highest specification of the bunch, the Tekna model adds roof rails, LED headlights, heated front seats, rear parking sensors, leather seats and an around view monitor to the Navaras already healthy list of standard equipment.

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