After initially launching in 2021 with some specification oddities, Nissan Australia has kitted out their top-spec utes with top-spec features
The update will also see the adoption of electronic adjustability on the driver’s side and will be accompanied by a $600 price increase isolated to the two top-spec models.
As a result, prices for the Navara Pro-4X will now start at $58,730 before on-road costs for the six-speed manual-equipped ute, with the equivalent Pro-4X Warrior now starting at $68,090.
Models equipped with the seven-speed automatic transmission carry over a $2500 premium, with the Pro-4X priced at $61,230 and the Pro-4X Warrior at $70,590.
While prices have increased, the Navara Pro-4X Warrior still remains well clear up the new V6-equipped Ford Ranger Raptor at $85,490 when it comes to price.
Nissan Australia told Chasing Cars the Navara Pro-4X and Pro-4X Warrior grades are now built upon the mid-spec ST-X grade rather than the ST.
The move rectifies an oddity in the Navara’s grade lineup, which saw the Pro-4X-badged models miss out on luxury features available on cheaper grades.
Even without these luxury features thus far, the Nissan has seen considerable success from the Navara Pro-4X models. The high-end Pro-4X Warrior easily surpassed the initial goal of selling 1000 examples locally, prompting the creation of a new, lower-spec SL Warrior that will join the range in future.
Buyers haven’t been the only ones to recognise the merit of the Navara Pro-4X Warrior, with Chasing Cars awarding it third place in our recent Dual-Cab Megatest.
Aside from these changes, the Navara Pro-4X and Pro-4X Warrior grades carry over unchanged, with both featuring other premium features like leather upholstery, LED headlights and a standard locking rear differential.
Nissan retains a 2.3-litre twin-turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine producing 140kW of power and 450Nm of torque. A selectable four-wheel-drive system is fitted as standard on these grades.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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