Nissan has given a slight change to its flagship dual-cab for the second half of 2022.
The brand has confirmed that the Navara Pro-4X will have heated seats with power adjustment and lumbar support from August. The current model has a non-heated, manual front seat.
The price increases to $ 600 with the change of standard equipment, starting at $ 58,730 before the on-road for the manual and $ 61,230 before the on-road for the automatic.
Based on the Pro-4X, the Australian-advanced Navara Warrior also gained heated seats. Prices now range from $ 70,590 before on-road. There are no other changes to the Pro-4X for the second half of 2022.
The Navara Pro-4X’s standard equipment now includes:
- All-terrain tires
- Black stainless steel sports bar with sail panel
- Black fender flare, roof rail
- Black alloy wheel
- Black door mirror, side steps, grill and door handle
- Leather-accented Pro-4X seat
Power comes to Navara from a 2.3-liter diesel four-cylinder with two turbos.
The output is 140kW of power at 3750rpm and 450Nm of torque between 1500 and 2500rpm. The claimed fuel capacity is 8.1 liters per 100 km, and the fuel tank holds 80 liters.
The Navara was Nissan’s best-selling car in 2022, with 6,062 sold by the end of May.
With the advent of the Navara SL Warrior, the range is about to expand
The new additions to the range will be based on the Fleet-friendly, entry-level SL by Epping, Victoria’s lover, and re-engineered to compete with the likes of the Ford Ranger FX4 Max and Mazda BT-50 Thunder.
The expansion of a Warrior program was confirmed at a Nissan dealer event on May 9, where the company further stated that the Patrol Warrior was still under study and spoke of plans to launch four new models in the second half of 2022.
Through the same local testing, tuning and evaluation as the flagship and the more luxuriously equipped Pro-4X Warrior, the Navara SL Warrior is told that the capabilities of the Hallmark Warrior on-the-road will “deliver at the most accessible price point to date. ”
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