Meanwhile, with the first comments of the local unit, Nissan has announced the official prices of the 2021 Nissan Navara at low, which is offered in three body styles and four clipping levels.
Those who want to buy the UTE can choose between individual, dual and king of the cabin and four degrees called SL, ST, ST-X and Pro-4x.
The entry-level SL starts at AU $ 33,890 (US $ 26,337), while the two mid-range specs will take buyers back to AU $ 50,990 (US $ 39,626) and AU $ 57,290. (US $ 44,522) respectively. The top-of-the-line Pro-AX, with its enhanced features, comfort, style and capabilities, can be ordered starting at AU $ 61,290 (US $ 47,630).
All 2021 Nissan Navara versions will receive a new cluster screen of 7-inch instrument and an 8-inch touchscreen infographic system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The update seats with leather accents are accessible in the ST-X class, while Digital Radio turns into Standard from ST. Two new paintings have been added, with the Forged Copper2 available for dual and king cabin configurations, and Stealthy Gray is limited to the PRO-4X.
The engine of the new Navara is a 2.3-liter four-cylinder common rail diesel engine. This is available in single and twin-turbo versions, the former producing 120 kW (163 PS/ 161 HP) and 403 Nm (297 lb-ft) of torque, and the latter developing 140 kW (190 PS / 188 hp) and 450 Nm ( 332 lb-ft). The mill is linked to a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmission, with two-wheel drive in the SL single-cab chassis and four-wheel drive in the rest of the range. Navara has a towing capacity of 750 kg (1653 lbs) and 3.5 tons (7716 lbs) without brakes and with brakes, respectively.