2021 new Nissan Navara Revealed

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Nissan has unveiled a new model of its Navara, Ute This latest version reinforces the trend towards putting in safety and practical features across the range.

Nissan has a package they call the 360-degree safety shield for the Navara.

 

Given the size and bulk of these vehicles, it is good that it includes

  • a 360 camera view
  • cross traffic alert.
  • Forward Collision Warning,
  • Emergency Braking,
  • Driver Alertness
  • Lane Departure Warning and Intervention
  • Blind Spot Warning

Image is still important. The new model has “a more extroverted and athletic design” and there is a new hero name the PRO-4X grade

Nothing is simple to describe anymore. Nissan tells us for example that the Navara features high-tech C-shaped quad LED projector headlamps.

The new pickup goes on sale in December in Thailand, we’ll get it sometime later.

Im David Brown

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