The all-new Nissan Navara.
The all-new Nissan Navara.

New Nissan Navara revealed

THE 12th generation Nissan Navara has been revealed. 

And scheduled to arrive here early next year, it can't come soon enough. 

It will replace the decade-old D40 which we first saw back in 2004 and the 17-year-old D22, which is currently Nissan's lowest priced ute, starting from at $24,490 for the DX single cab chassis.

The all-new Nissan Navara.
The all-new Nissan Navara.

The design team focused on delivering a sportier and more emotional expression on the Navara. The view from the side is marked by the smooth silhouette thanks to the high beltline and blacked B-pillar.

Nissan says the door section with dynamic convex and concave surface boldly "expresses its energetic and dependable appearance along with the massively sculpted fenders". Nissan's signature 'V-motion' motif flows from the grille and into the hood through to the front fender, giving a smooth and dynamic character line.

"Since we built our first pick-up in 1933, over 14 million customers around the globe have come to depend on a Nissan pick-up to transport their families, work-mates and cargo, sometimes in the toughest of circumstances," said Nissan's chief planning officer Andy Palmer.

"Nissan pick-ups are often the lifeblood of their communities, and they need a broader range of abilities than almost any other vehicle. Engineering a good one isn't easy, but with the NP300 Navara, we've added to our accumulated 80 years of pick-up know-how, more comfort, convenience and SUV-inspired features, in-order to build a great one.

"The all-new Nissan NP300 Navara sets new benchmarks for performance, toughness, versatility and running costs; all the qualities that are critical for pickup users."

The all-new Nissan Navara.
The all-new Nissan Navara.

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