Nissan recently launched the revised Navara in the UK, giving us the first glimpse of the upgrades to the latest model.
The exterior isn’t all that different, with most of the important changes happening underneath the skin.
The 2.3-litre four-cylinder diesel is now available exclusively with two turbochargers, but with two different power outputs. The entry-level engine offers 120kW and 425Nm of torque, while the high-output model offers 140kW and 450Nm of torque. The engine can be mated to an all-new six-speed manual, or the well-known seven-speed automatic.
Nissan was the first manufacturer to offer a five-link suspension at the rear, which has also undergone some slight tweaks.
The rear has been lifted by 25mm, while the front suspension now features two-stage coil springs for better handling.
Nissan also increased the size of the brakes up front, while the drums at the rear have been replaced with disc brakes.
Nissan’s Rosslyn factory is currently prepping to build this revamped Navara, but no local release date has been set.