Nissan Navara: The Best Is Not Enough

You would think that with the Nissan Navara now awarded the International Pick-up Award for 2016 that Nissan would start taking things easier now and wait for their rivals to catch up but that is not what Nissan is planning to do.

Nissan has now announced that more upgrades will be coming Nissan Navara’s way. The 2.3-liter dCi diesel engines will both be getting an upgrade. After the upgrade, the engine will be offering a minimum of 159g/km of CO2 emission.

According to Nissan, the upgrade Nissan Navara will also be returning about 46.3mpg on average now, 1.4mpg less than the previous version. The AdBlue tanks will also be offered this time around which means the Nissan Navara will be able to hold about 17lieter of fuel now which will allow it to travel for 7150miles.

All Nissan Navara model will now come with the Idle-Stop System and will come be fitted with safety features like the Around View Monitor Camera system and Forward Emergency Braking system.

Steven Estevez

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