2018 Nissan Navara ST-X (8)

Nissan Navara Gets Safety and Tech Upgrade

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 Nissan Navara now gets better ride and handling, along with more safety gear for 2018.

 Nissan has tweaked its Navara for the 2018 model year. Key changes include revised ride and handling, and some clever convenience and safety features.

The flagship Navara ST-X dual cab and king cab models now get a 360 degree camera system which will undoubtedly help drivers around town and off the beaten track. Additionally, all Navara models will now be fitted with a reversing camera as standard.

Additionally, a digital speedometer is now integrated into the instrument cluster on SL, ST and ST-X models. Handy in such speed limit conscious times.

The tie down hooks have been moved in order to make it easier to secure loads. On RX, SL and ST models the tie down hook positions have been lowered, and on the ST-X pick up, there are an extra four tie down points.

Two ISOFix anchoring points have been added to the rear seats of the dual cab versions, for greater family friendliness. The King Cab ST also gains sat nav, just like like the dual cab version.

Should you want to add a touch of luxury to your Navara ST-X, you can opt for a leather pack, with seat heating for the front two seats and eight-way electric power for driver’s seat.

Prices for the 2018 Navara range can be found below:

2018 Nissan Navara MSRP* price changes

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)

All prices are manufacturers list prices and exclude on road costs and other government charges.



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