Nissan launches tougher, smarter and more fuel-efficient Navara

PARIS – Nissan has today unveiled the tougher, smarter and more fuel-efficient Navara with a host of new features boosting the appeal of the award-winning pickup.The Nissan Navara is a versatile pickup perfect for a tough week at work followed by an adventurous weekend outdoors.  With its Go Anywhere capabilities and built-in technology, it is an outstanding performer both on and off the road.”I’m very pleased to announce the launch of the tougher, smarter and more fuel-efficient Navara,” said Paolo D’Ettore, LCV BU Director. “Thanks to the combination of comfort, performance, payload and rugged capability, the Nissan Navara continues to be a huge success across Europe. The Navara is now in 109 markets worldwide and Nissan’s frame and LCV business is seeing steady growth. With our ambitious midterm plan and growing product lineup, we’re confident that this growth will continue, with more drivers purchasing our LCVs around the world.”Key features of the new Nissan Navara include:Cleaner, more advanced and more efficient engine. The Nissan Navara is ready for new emissions standards with the Euro6DTemp standard, valid until December 2021 Improved power on the entry level powertrain thanks to the edition of the Twin Turbo engine configurationIntroduction of NissanConnect, a new infotainment system with an improved user-friendly 8” screen and connected services to remotely control the vehicleImproved stopping distance and braking thanks to the adoption of 4-wheel disc brakesIncreased rear suspension, providing a tougher stance in an un-laden conditionThe first rear link suspension on King CabRead the complete release here.ContactCatherine Perrelle Nissan Europe Communication Manager CPerrelle@nissan-europe.comFor more information about Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.’s products, services and our commitment to sustainable mobility, visit Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn, and view our latest videos on YouTube.Get more information about Nissan in Europe here.

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