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Nissan Navara Pro-4X and Warrior prices up $600, but seats get an upgrade in switch to ST-X basis


After initially launching in 2021 with some specification oddities, Nissan Australia has kitted out their top-spec utes with top-spec features

Nissan Australia has confirmed its Navara Pro-4X and Premcar-subassembled Pro-4X Warrior variants will gain heated front seats for the 2022 model year.

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.

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Nissan Australia has confirmed the Navara Pro-4X and Pro-4X Warrior will receive a $600 price hike

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.

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The driver also will benefit from power adjustment

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.

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The upgrade is due to the Navara ST-X serving as the new donor car for the Pro-4X models

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.

Nissan Navara 2022 dual-cab ute 4WD: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • SL manual: $46,600
  • SL auto:  $49,100
  • ST manual: $52,280
  • ST auto:  $54,780
  • ST-X manual: $55,770
  • ST-X auto: $58,270
  • Pro-4X manual: $58,730
  • Pro-4X auto: $61,230
  • Pro-4X Warrior manual: $68,090
  • Pro-4X Warrior auto: $70,590