Nissan just unveiled the redesigned Nissan Navara pickup, which looks to rival the Chevy Colorado and Chevy S10 in international markets. Also sold as the Nissan Frontier in South America and Mexico, the redesigned truck is framed as “the most advanced Navara ever,” and comes with new styling and updated technology features.
Inside the cabin, the redesigned Nissan Navara reduces vibrations and road noise for added comfort, while adding in tech features with the latest Nissan Intelligent Mobility systems and safety upgrades. Standout features include Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking, and Intelligent Around View Monitor, the latter of which now comes with an off-road monitor to check around the perimeter of the vehicle when traveling at low speeds in 4WD mode.
Outside, the redesigned Nissan Navara boasts a revamped fascia, with large, angled headlamps, and a broad grille section.
“The new Navara has a very recognizable look, but it’s now more imposing thanks to its high command structure, new interlocking frame grille and new high-tech, squared C-shaped headlamps,” says Nissan senior design director for pickups and frame SUVs, Ken Lee.
To back up the more rugged appearance, the redesigned Nissan Navara also features a stronger rear axle, improved payload capacity, and greater truck bed volume. Access to the bed is enhanced by a new integrated rear bumper step-up.
Nissan also announced the availability of the Pro-4X trim level, a first for the Navara and Frontier nameplates. Pro-4X models come with unique styling bits, including black emblems, a black grille, new door handles, orange-accents for the front bumper, a roof rack, running boards, and 17-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain rubber.
The redesigned Nissan Navara will go on sale in Thailand this December, with a launch in additional international markets planned to follow some time afterwards.