Nissan Has An All New Navara Pickup


Published on June 13th, 2014 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Nissan Has An All New Navara Pickup


Nissan has officially pulled the covers off the new 2015 Nissan Navara pickup. This new model has been designed to compete head on with the best selling Ford Ranger for style, interior comfort and passenger convenience.

Nissan is boasting 80 years of experience and says the new model presents new levels of comfort, convenience and advanced technologies. From the front end is a strong new grille and fascia carrying the signature ‘V’ chrome outline. Looking at if from the sides you’ll see a high beltline, muscular contours, and smooth edges, while the wheel arches are nicely bolstered with big flares.


The interior has also been completely redesigned and now features a sweeping centre panel that blends into the doors on each side, with aluminium-like trimmings on the fascia and centre console giving it a modern yet robust theme. Andy Palmer, Nissan Chief Planning Officer, spoke about the new model in a statement, saying,

The chassis and suspension has been engineered to take the punishment of intense daily usage, with a reduced turning circle to improve manoeuvrability and agility.


To boost overall safety, various models will come with ‘shift-on-the-fly’ four-wheel drive, as well as Vehicle Dynamic Control, Active Brake Limited Slip, hill-start assist, and hill-descent control.

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Nissan says it has crafted a cabin that is both spacious and comfortable. Steering-mounted controls, automatic climate control and leather-trimmed seats round out the standout interior features.

Built on a new global ladder chassis, the 2015 Navara range will include narrow and wide body types, king and double cab models, matched to four- and two-wheel-drive configurations. Full mechanical details of the new Navara are still to come, but Nissan stresses that its latest pickup is built on a high-strength chassis and suspension package, “engineered to take the punishment of intense daily usage”.

It is also known that the new D23 is around the same size as the outgoing D40, meaning a total length for the dual-cab model of around 5300mm. And while the outgoing model is among the heaviest in its segment, Nissan says the new Navara will bring significant weight savings. The new Navara will also offer shift-on-the-fly 4×4 driving that can be engaged while the vehicle is in motion. More information will be revealed soon.


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