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Nissan Navara wait times: current Australian stock levels “reasonable” with more supply on its way


With a refreshed top-end ‘Warrior’ edition in its arsenal and healthy stock levels available, the Nissan Navara is primed and ready for ute-hungry Aussie buyers

Nissan Australia says stock levels of the Navara ute are at “reasonable” levels down under with the marque is working to secure even more supply in the near future.

Wait times for a Navara will vary depending on factors such as buyer location and what variant they choose, so it will pay to contact your local dealer to ask what’s in stock.

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Nissan Navara has healthy stock in Australia and more supply is on the way

“Our team is working tirelessly with their global supply colleagues to continue to secure greater production across the board in the coming months, including Navara and X-Trail,” a spokesperson from Nissan Australia told Chasing Cars.

Shockwaves from the Covid-19 pandemic have caused significant interruptions to car industry supply chains, with other utes such as the Toyota Hilux also reporting interruptions to supply in Australia.

Key points: Nissan Navara

The Navara is available in a choice of five grades consisting of the SL, ST, ST-X, PRO-4X and the range-topping PRO-4X Warrior, with prices kicking off at $32,300 (before on-road costs) in SL cab chassis manual-equipped rear-wheel-drive guise.

Nissan offers single cab, extended cab and dual-cab body styles with both cab-chassis and pick-up ute tray options.

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The Navara can be had in a variety of single-cab and dual-cab body styles

Despite pandemic pressures, the Navara had a bumper year in 2021 with 15,113 recorded sales a notable increase over 2020 where it saw 11,486 sales.

Buyers can choose between a single or twin-turbo 2.3-litre diesel four-cylinder engine, making 120kW/403Nm and 140kW/450Nm respectively. A six-speed manual and seven-speed automatic transmission are available with either rear or all-wheel-drive.

The Navara comes standard with features like hard-wearing cloth seats and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with in-built Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while higher grades add leather trim in the interior and include niceties like heated seats and dual-zone climate control.

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The Navara PRO-4X Warrior has been a hit with Aussie buyers

Nissan’s range-topping Navara PRO-4X Warrior has been a huge hit in Australia, with the Victoria-based Premcar team finding success in turning the hardy workhorse into an off-road monster that appeals to Aussie buyers – with 750 sold since its launch in December 2021.

Wait times for new cars can vary as the global supply chain situation changes, so stay tuned to Chasing Cars for more information.

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: $58,130
  • PRO-4X auto: $60,630
  • PRO-4X Warrior manual: $67,490
  • PRO-4X Warrior auto: $69,990