Choose 2WD for maximum efficiency, or shift to 4WD (4H) at speeds up to 100km/h with the new Navara’s shift-on-the-fly 4x4 gearbox. Achieve maximum performance as Nissan’s 4H constantly monitors conditions and adjusts the balance of power between the front and rear axles to maintain traction, while the Active Brake Limited Slip Differential system (ABLS) manages power delivery and wheel braking between the front and rear axles and between the left and right of the vehicle, depending on traction and speed. New Navara drivers also have the option to select low range 4WD (4LO) for difficult terrain.
Unlike some three-sided frames, a fully boxed ladder frame won’t twist over uneven terrain. This means more strength, and ultimately, more capability.
The new Nissan Navara's 5-link coil rear suspension helps give a smoother comfortable ride, even in severe conditions. The multi-link design allows it to manoeuvre better in uneven terrain, improving traction and control.
When 4-wheel drive alone isn’t enough, the electronic locking rear differential delivers equal power to both rear wheels, boosting traction to help keep you moving forward.
Wet rocks or loose terrain in your path? Whenever it senses a wheel beginning to slip, the new Navara's Brake Limited Slip Differential system automatically brakes the slipping wheel and sends additional power to the wheels with the most traction giving you better performance.
NOTICE, FUEL CONSUMPTION AND EMISSIONS: Quoted fuel consumption and emission values have been established using the prescribed method of measurement (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe “ECE” Regulation R101 in the current version) as required under legislation. The fuel economy information is “ideal world” testing figures, supplied for the purpose of comparison between the various types of vehicles. In “real world” driving conditions, other factors such as driving style, fuel quality, weather, altitude, tyre pressure, etc. can all influence the fuel consumption results for any given vehicle.