The refreshed 2018 Nissan Navara will launch here next week, but pricing has been revealed with minor increases across the range which boast ride and handling tweaks, improved safety and features.

THE REFRESHED NISSAN NAVARA boasts several improvements to its ride, handling and steering, although Nissan is remaining quiet on just what those changes are until the vehicle makes it media debut next week. Practical Motoring will be attending the launch and will report a first drive as soon as possible.

With added features across the range, pricing is up on eight of the 35 variants pricing on the rest of the range is unchanged.

King Cab

RX 4×4                  6MT Pickup $37,290 (+$300)

Dual Cab

RX 4×2                  6MT Pickup $33,490 (+$500)

RX 4×2                  7AT Pickup $35,990 (+$500)

ST 4×2                  6MT Pickup $40,190 (+$200)

ST 4×2                  7AT Pickup $42,690 (+$200)

RX 4×4                  7AT Pickup $42,990 (+$500)

ST 4×4                  6MT Pickup $47,190 (+$200)

ST 4×4                  7AT Pickup $49,690 (+$200)

Key features added to the range, include an Around View Monitor has been fitted within the 7-inch infotainment system on top-of-the-range ST-X dual-cab and King Cab grades. A reversing camera is now standard on all 27 models in the Navara range; the image shows on the infotainment screen on SL, ST and ST-X Pickup grades, and within the rear-view mirror on RX pickup variants. From June production all Navara SL, ST and ST-X models will feature a digital speedometer housed within the instrument cluster. 

At the same time, additional (and the re-positioning of) tie-down hook points will be fitted to the RX, SL and ST Pickup grades, tie down hook positions have been lowered, while on ST-X grades with Utili-track, there are four additional tie down hooks located lower within the tub.

In addition, two ISOFix child seat mounting points have been added to the outer rear seats on all Dual Cab grades, and satellite navigation has been fitted as standard equipment on the King Cab ST grade, aligning with its dual-cab sibling.

Standard with a cloth trim, all dual-cab ST-X models, and the King Cab ST-X 7-speed automatic, will be available with an extra-cost leather seat option – priced at $1500 – that includes leather-accented heated seats, leather-accented door trim and an 8-way power driver’s seat with lumbar support.

The current MY17 Navara is in run-out.


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