Unlike other cars, the Nissan Navara has a
commercial vehicle status, which means that buyers can claim thousands
of pounds in VAT. Significant tax savings associated with the Navara
have made it an appealing proposition amongst buyers. Nissan Navara is
available in both petrol and diesel versions. It has a 17 bhp 2.5-liter
engine that gives it enough muscle to carry heavy loads or negotiate
muddy slopes. Buyers can choose from an automatic five-speed gearbox or
a manual six-speed version. In our opinion, the standard six-speed
manual gearbox is a better option.
Some of the bases models of the Nissan Navara do not have air
conditioning but if you opt for the Standard Edition, you can get
enhanced features like alloy wheels, dual zone climate control,
electrically adjustable door mirrors, central locking, and CD players.
If you opt for the Nissan Aventura 2.5 dci Double cab, you will be
mesmerized by its features. Living to its status in the SUV segment,
this model comes with DVD satellite navigation, up market audio/CD
system, hands free phone operation, electric sunroofs, automatic
headlights, and wipers. Other standard features like fog lamps, alloy
wheels, anti-lock braking, and cruise control features are also included
in this model. All premium models of the Nissan Navara come with
electrically adjustable leather seats along with privacy glass and
cruise control features. Cruise control features control the motion of a
motor vehicle enabling it to move at the set predefined speed.
In terms of safety features, the Nissan Navara does not lag
behind its predecessors and has all the standard safety features, which
you can expect from a Nissan product. However, some buyers would find it
a little short on legroom. However, this drawback is not much of a
problem as it is not a family car and is well suited for commercial
purposes. The Nissan Navara enjoys immense popularity in the
second hand market as well and it aims to give Toyota a run for its
money in the Western Australia Car market.