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The forthcoming 2019 Nissan Navara is one very modern and stylish pickup truck. It comes with great performances thanks to the diesel and gasoline engines. Firstly built for the European and Asian markets, Navara gained huge popularity in Australia. Moreover, the U.S. markets are offering the same model under the name “Frontier”.
The 2019 Nissan Navara comes with some significant and notable updates. It means both exterior and interior will suffer some sort of refinements. Numerous trim levels are available, safety rating is good and this mid-size pickup truck offers astonishing off-road packages.
2019 Nissan Navara exterior upgrades
The 2019 Nissan Navara will arrive with some exterior upgrades. However, the changes aren’t that significant. The front end comes with the LED headlights and trapezoidal grille with gorgeous horizontal bars. The bumper is bold and stylish and the hood is looking really modern. Add some chrome accents and standard fog lights, and the exterior looks brilliant. On top of that, the side profile adds 16-inch wheels as standard. The 18-inch wheels are optional as before.
The rear end will stay intact, except for some additional aluminum work. Whatsoever, the whole body will suffer aluminum refinement and the overall Navara’s weight is drastically reduced. On the other hand, the dimensions will remain, just as the overall vehicle’s shape.
The standard model doesn’t offer that much off-road equipment so if you want more gear, opt for one of the packages. Furthermore, the Desert Runner model comes with standard roof racks, all-season tires and skid plates as standard.
2019 Nissan Navara interior offers plenty of features
This mid-size pickup truck will also get some interior upgrades. The design is slightly different and more safety aids are in the offer. The cabin of the 2019 Nissan Navara looks gorgeous and is very comfortable. The layout is perfect and the interior is very modern. Plenty of the latest technology features and system are available as standard. A new touchscreen is available and it comes with a much better interface than the previous unit. All of the controls are nicely laid out and everything from the inside is oriented toward the driver’s seat.
We like the chrome trims and comfortable cloth seats. Of course, you can still opt for the optional leather upholstery.
Safety and amenities
New safety aids are blind spot monitoring, collision mitigation, and pedestrian detection. A push-button start, two-zone climate control, Bluetooth and power windows are all standard now. Moreover, the room inside the cabin is generous and that includes both legroom and headroom.
2019 Nissan Navara powertrain
The all-new 2019 Nissan Navara will offer two engine choices. Both gasoline and diesel powertrains will be in the offer. A standard unit is a 2.3-liter diesel that is delivering 210 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. Some sources are saying the Nissan is planning to ditch this unit and replace it with a larger 2.5-liter diesel engine. However, this information is not confirmed. The 2.5-liter gasoline engine should be the new optional engine.
At this moment, we still don’t know exact engine specs. Furthermore, Nissan is looking to deploy a hybrid drivetrain that will combine a gasoline engine and electric motor. Together, this combination will deliver almost 300 HP and the fuel economy will be astonishing. If you want the U.S. variant of Nissan Navara, look for the Frontier model. This model comes with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder unit and it is rated at 152 HP and 171 lb-ft of torque. Of course, Frontier will also offer a 4.0-liter V6 that returns 261 HP and 281 lb-ft of twists. This unit will be optional.
2019 Nissan Navara price and release date
The upcoming 2019 Nissan Navara will start at $25,000, more or less. The exact pricing details are not available at the moment. Upper trims will cost up to $40,000. This pickup truck will arrive by the end of the current year as the 2019 model.