• The new Nissan Navara PRO-4X grade available from $59,790 drive-away 
  • Popular Dual Cab ST-X model starts from $55,790 drive-away
  • Nissan Navara range set to begin from $32,990 drive-away
  • Advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety confirmed across all variants
  • Minimum one-tonne payload[2] performance across new Dual Cab range

23 December 2020, Melbourne: After revealing the new Nissan Navara in November, Nissan Australia can today confirm drive-away pricing for key variants, with the new range priced from $32,990 drive-away (ABN Buyers)[1].

Headlining the line-up, the new Navara PRO-4X is set to land in the Australian market from $59,790 drive-away, while the highly popular Dual Cab ST-X grade – set to account nearly a third of Navara sales nationally - will be available from $55,790 drive-away (ABN Buyers)[1]. 

Equipped with a comprehensive range of advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility systems and the latest infotainment technology as standard, the latest Navara is complemented by new rugged styling both inside and out across all variants. Today’s announcement delivers an exceptional level of confidence and clarity for prospective ute buyers considering this attractive proposition.

Stephen Lester, Managing Director Nissan Australia said, “The new Navara offers a compelling package for both prospective and loyal customers. With a tough new design and the addition of more Nissan Intelligent Mobility features, the Navara is the genuine work hard play hard vehicle to cater for a diverse range of customer needs”.

Available in 4X2 and 4X4 drivetrain variants across three cab styles – Single, King and Dual Cab - customers will have the option of either a six-speed manual gearbox or seven-speed automatic transmission with Pickup or Cab Chassis vehicle configurations.

The majority of the range is set to be powered by a 2.3-litre intercooled twin turbo-diesel engine producing 140kW power and 450Nm of torque, while two variants in 2WD manual configuration will offer the 2.3-litre single turbo-diesel power unit, delivering 120kW and 403Nm.

With the power and torque boxes ticked, heads will be turned by the range’s impressive payload capability with all Dual Cab Pickup derivatives now capable of carrying a 1-tonne payload[2] courtesy of the model’s strengthened rear axle and brake upgrades.

The range is crowned by the newest nameplate to the Nissan Navara stable – the PRO-4X – which features a distinct array of unique exterior design features including an off-road styling package consisting of black fender flares, roof rails, door mirrors, side steps, grille and door handles. The rugged off-road design is complemented by 17” x 7” black alloy wheels shod with all-terrain tyres, delivering a purposeful off-road package straight from the showroom floor.

Model & Drive-Away Pricing (ABN Buyers)[1]

Grade Body Style Drivetrain Drive-away (ABN Buyers)[1]
SL Single Cab Chassis 4X2 Manual $32,990
ST Dual Cab Pickup 4X4 Manual $49,490
ST-X Dual Cab Pickup 4X4 Manual $55,790
ST-X Dual Cab Pickup 4X4 Automatic $57,290
PRO-4X Dual Cab Pickup 4X4 Manual $59,790
PRO-4X Dual Cab Pickup 4X4 Automatic $61,290

Confirming the standard specification throughout the grade walk, the new Navara is complemented by a strong array of advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety and infotainment technology throughout the range, delivering on a compelling package for Australian ute buyers.

The new Navara range will be specified as standard as below:

SL Single Cab

SL King Cab

ST-X King Cab (in addition to/replacing King Cab SL features)

SL Dual Cab

ST Dual Cab (In addition to/replacing Dual Cab SL features)

ST-X Dual Cab (In addition to/replacing Dual Cab ST features)

PRO-4X Dual Cab (In addition to/replacing Dual Cab ST-X features)

[1] Maximum recommended driveaway price for ABN holders includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance, a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty.  Excludes Government, Rental and National Fleet customers.  Premium paint available at additional cost. 

[2] Payload is the GVM minus the Kerb mass. The kerb mass does not include passengers, luggage, cargo, any accessories fitted or any towball download (as appropriate). Payload is distributed across both the front and rear axles, never exceed the GVM or the axle limits.

[3] Leather-accented features and upholstery may contain synthetic material.

[4] CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc. Android Auto is a trademark of Google LLC.

[5] ‘Towbar’ consists of cross member, tongue and harness only. Tow ball, safety chain, D shackle remain customer cost optional (dealer fit) accessories.


About Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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