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Navara Series II

June 2004

Navara Series II

Nissan announces a facelift to 4x4 double cab models with added equipment and visual enhancements due to numerous exterior and interior changes. Additionally the 4x4 Venturer receives revised suspension settings.

The popular 4x4 Venturer the flagship of the Navara range receives the biggest upgrade including, new, wider 265/70R 16 All Terrain tyres. The Venturer also gets new suspension settings with revised front springs and shock absorbers. Combined with the new tyres the suspension changes greatly improve on-road ride and handling while also adding to Venturers renowned off-road capabilities.

Interior changes have not been overlooked with a new grey and black interior and new seat fabric. Door panels also receive a new grey fabric which matched to the new silver accents on the black dash combine to create an up market, sporty interior look.

Navara 4x4 Venturer also gets flat side steps in place of the previous pipe type side steps and roof rails. Combined with new chrome power mirrors and wider tyres the Venturer has a more aggressive and muscular stance.

The standard 4x4 double cab also gains the flat style side steps creating a more substantial side profile. Chrome power mirrors complete the new exterior look and add functionality.

Both models are still powered by the proven 3.0 litre turbo diesel ZD30 engine producing 110kw of power and 314Nm of torque.

Despite the improvements RRP on both models remains unchanged.

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