The Pro-4X is only available as a dual-cab pick-up-style ute but with either a six-speed manual gearbox (with a manufacturer suggested retail price of $61, 290, as of May 5), or a seven-speed automatic transmission (MSRP $62,790).
Our Pro-4X has the auto and, at time of testing, it had a Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price of $60,630 as standard, but it had the $650 premium paint (Diamond White) bringing its price as tested to $61,280, at time of testing.
Standard features include an 8.0-inch multimedia touch-screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dual-zone climate control, AEB, lane keeping assist, reversing camera, trailer-sway control and a rear diff-lock.
It also has red-in-black ‘Nissan’ badging, Pro-4X decals, black fender flares, black door mirrors, side steps, grille and door handles, black roof rails, black stainless-steel double tube sports bar with sail panels, black alloy wheels, Yokohama Geolandar all-terrain tyres and, on the inside, leather-accented Pro-4 branded seats.
The Pro-4X has a Nissan Genuine towbar* as standard.
The Navara line-up has a five-star ANCAP safety rating from testing in 2015.
Black star is listed as a standard colour on the Pro-4X, but Burning Red, White Pearl (Diamond White) and Stealth Grey are all premium options, costing $650.
*Note: the tow bar consists of cross member, tongue and harness only. The tow ball, safety chain, and D shackles are customer cost optional dealer-fit accessories.