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The Nissan Navara offers a full package.  ~ 

American rock and roll legend and late lead singer of The Doors, Jim Morrison, once said: “A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself.” What better friend could you ask for than the new Nissan Navara!

This car gives you the ultimate freedom to go wherever your heart desires.

Navara’s award-winning five-link rear suspension makes sure that you always travel in comfort, while the four-wheel drive system with active brake limited slip differential takes you over any terrain.

Technical highlights

The coil-spring, five-link rear suspension is the first of its kind for a mainstream one-ton bakkie. It gives the Navara superior levels of on-road comfort that are normally only experienced in SUVs.

Better road-holding, car-like comfort and improved traction through high-speed corners are just some of the benefits of the Navara’s new suspension.

The load-carrying capacity on the new Navara has also been upgraded and this powerful bakkie can carry up to 1 002kg, depending on the specification level, and it can tow a braked trailer of up to 3 500kg.

Creature comforts

Despite their bold nature, also prefer to travel in luxury and the new Navara has that box ticked!

Boasting a SUV-like luxury, the new Navara has the spinal-support front seats which feature a new spinal channel in high-density foam, designed to distribute body pressure on the seat surface. These seats have been shown to reduce fatigue significantly during long trips.

The new cabin also has larger doors which make it easier for people to get out of and into, as well as providing more rear legroom. The standard navigation system has 3D mapping with live traffic updates, USB and Bluetooth connections with audio streaming, and software that plays a range of sound and video files.

The new Navara, which is priced from R518 900 to R587 900, has a class-leading mechanical warranty of six-years/150 000km and a comprehensive service plan of three-years/90 000km.

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