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Looking to buy the new Nissan Navara? Here are the prices

Top-of-the-line Pro-4X retails for P1,849,000

We've already sampled the Pro-4X extensively, and we like it. PHOTO BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

A couple of weeks ago, Nissan gave us a pretty extensive first taste of its refreshed Navara pickup. The day after the vehicle was unveiled exclusively to the media, we took it on a rather long road trip to Ilocos Norte and back, totaling over 1,000km. Not only that, but the automaker let us play with the damn thing by giving it a workout on a sandy playground. It was a pretty comprehensive test drive to say the least—one that made us confident in saying that the wait for this truck was very much worth it.

Some of the jewelry that makes the range-topping Navara look meaner. PHOTOS BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

Common among all Navara variants is the large new radiator grille. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: This truck now looks like the Titan’s plucky little brother. It makes the truck look bigger than it really is, which should significantly help it intimidate its competitors with similarly imposing faces. Except for the base EL variant, all Navaras get four-eyed headlights with split daytime running lights, and slightly revised taillamps.

If you like your chrome trim, check out the VL. PHOTOS BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

There are significant changes in the cabin as well. Nissan Intelligent Mobility is standard equipment on the VE trim level and up, which features forward-collision and driver-attention alerts, and hill-start assist. VL and Pro-4X variants get more with blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and Around View Monitor. Except for the base grade, all Navaras get and eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The so-called Zero Gravity seats can now be had in leather for the VL and the Pro-4X. And the steering wheel now looks more car-like, which adds a sporty flair to the interior ambience.

The VE might be more affordable, but it still looks premium. PHOTOS BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

All Navaras are still powered by the YD25 2.5-liter turbocharged diesel mill in two different tunes. Base and EL variants with the manual transmission get the more modest version of the engine with 161hp and 400Nm. The EL automatic and upper grades enjoy a healthy bump in performance with 187hp and 450Nm. Buyers can choose between a six-speed manual transmission and a seven-speed automatic gearbox, depending on the trim level. Four-wheel-drive versions get a shift-on-the-fly transfer case, a hill-descent control, and a locking rear differential.

The EL trim level is obviously made for fleet clients. PHOTO BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

Known for its coil-spring rear suspension that’s unique in its class, the updated Navara sports slightly upgraded springs. The dual-rate coils cleverly increase their spring rate when the load weight reaches a certain level. This prevents the rear end from sagging too much, and reduces harshness as the Navara carries heavier cargo. And speaking of payload capacity, automatic variants can accommodate just over 1,000kg on the bed.

The YD25 turbodiesel is common across the range. PHOTO BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

The Pro-4X is the big daddy of the bunch. It is clearly aimed at the lifestyle crowd, and all chrome trim is ditched for black exterior accents. Worth noting are the alloy wheels and the badging that now sport the “Nissan” text in red. The Pro-4X also comes standard with all-terrain tires; out of the box, it should be locked and loaded for the rough stuff.

The Zero Gravity seats can now be enjoyed in supple leather. PHOTO BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

Colors for the new Navara are Stealth Pearl Gray, Aspen Pearl White, Forged Metallic Copper, Lunar Metallic Gray, Galaxy Black, Brilliant Silver, Alpine White, and Fiery Red. And as a first for Nissan Philippines, this vehicle comes with a generous five-year (or 150,000km) warranty.

See below the trim levels and the prices of Nissan’s refreshed truck. These are already inclusive of the provisional safeguard duties.

  • Pro-4X AT 4×4 – P1,849,000
  • VL AT 4×4 – P1,779,000
  • VL MT 4×4 – P1,699,000
  • VL Calibre AT 4×2 – P1,599,000
  • VE MT 4×4 – P1,499,000
  • VE Calibre AT 4×2 – P1,459,000
  • VE Calibre MT 4×2 – P1,369,000
  • EL MT 4×2 – P1,149,000

The Aspen Pearl White paint job adds a P15,000 premium, and is exclusive to the VL and Pro-4X variants.

Dual-rate coil springs improve the Navara's drivability while carrying heavy loads. PHOTO BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

The new Navara will be available at all official Nissan dealerships nationwide beginning April 14.



Miggi Solidum

Miggi is the managing editor of VISOR. Professionally speaking, he is a software engineering dude who happens to like cars a lot. And as an automotive enthusiast, he wants a platform from which he can share his motoring thoughts with fellow petrolheads.



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