Work or play, rain or shine, the Navara tackles any challenge head on. The Nissan Navara is bold, daring and versatile. Available in a range of different models, it’s ready to get down and dirty, tackle any terrain and looks good doing it. The Navara embodies style, power and confidence with its sleek, strong lines, definitive charisma and sporty trimmings. But don’t be deceived by its good looks, it’s as tough as they come. Its legendary capability and unsurpassed comfort make it the perfect partner, whether you are hitting the highway or venturing off the beaten track. The Navara is the first of its kind.
When it comes to great looking vehicles there are few on the market that can matche the Nissan Navara when it comes to value for money, performance and, of course, versatility. Most vehicles will excel at either being great for fun or for being hard workers, but the Nissan Navara is not satisfied with one and not the other, it want to be the best at both. Simply put, it is the perfect synergy between work and play.
The Nissan Navara is without a doubt a tough truck and over the years Nissan’s advert have really highlighted exactly how strong and capable these trucks are. We’ve rated these our top five Nissan Navara adverts from the last few years using the traditional Chuck Norris toughness scale:
After launching its ‘what’s in the box’ campaign a few weeks ago, Nissan has finally revealed it to be its special version Nissan Navara Titanium double cab bakkie.
The Titanium edition is derived from the standard Navara SE range and will feature a 4×4 and 4×2 model, both driven by a 2.5 dCi engine and equipped with 6-speed manual transmission.
Apart from the standard SE grade specifications the Nissan Navara Titanium will also feature a variety of functional and styling extras including a bull bar, tow bar, all-terrain tyres, a tonneau cover, titanium-smoke rear-step bumper and grill, titanium-coloured wheels, door handles and mirrors, a titanium edition carpet set as well as a ‘Titanium’ branded keyring.
Nissan will only be releasing 200 Navara Titanium units between September 2012 and March 2013, which can be ordered in black, silver or white. The Navara Titanium will retail from a very competitive R374 000 for the 4×2 model, which translates into a whole lot of bakkie for your bucks.
Nissan’s compact pick-up truck, the Frontier (known as the Nissan Navara here in South Africa), shows off its ‘tough as nails’ attitude in three fun US television advertisements… See for yourself.