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2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior review

Nissan Navara Warrior Interior and Infotainment Review

What’s the Nissan Navara Warrior interior like?

Other than minor touches such as headrests embroidered with a Warrior logo it’s identical to the Navara N-Trek.

The Warrior’s cabin is identical to any other Navara in its key dimensions and basic dash layout. It’s only available with the dual-cab layout, which means four doors and seating for five.

2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek interior

That translates to a functional and welcoming cabin that isn’t wildly removed from Nissan passenger cars with the controls and instrumentation. Storage is respectable and there are air vents in the rear to feed fresh air aft. The seat base in the rear is a fraction high, but there’s otherwise adult-welcoming space.

2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek rear seats

The front seats could do with more lateral support and there’s no reach adjustment to the steering wheel, but elsewhere the Warrior is very accommodating. Orange highlights on the seats liven the look. 

What’s the Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior infotainment like?

It centres around an 8.0-inch touchscreen that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto included. That’s handy for getting access to your apps to access various streaming music services, make phone calls or access independent navigation apps. There’s also sat-nav embedded in the screen.

2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek infotainment

And navigating the screen is easy enough, with menu buttons and dials to adjust things such as volume. Combined with buttons on the steering wheel it’s identical to other Nissan passenger vehicles in the way everything operates. 


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From Porsches to LandCruisers, Toby Hagon loves all things cars and has been writing about them for more than 20 years. He loves the passion and people that help create one of the world's most innovative and interesting industries. As well as road testing and chasing news he more recently co-authored a book on Holden. These days he crosses the world covering the industry but still loves taking off on the Big Trip in Australia.