The ST-X is the second-from-top-spec Navara and, in auto dual-cab 4x4 guise, has a Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $58,270 (excluding on-road costs) – that’s a price increase of $1870 over the previous ST-X.
Driveaway deals at time of writing included $57,290 for ABN holders. Note: that price excludes premium paint and any options or extras, which will have an additional cost.
ST-X standard features include an 8.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, sat-nav, Bluetooth connectivity, digital radio, a six-speaker sound system, 18-inch wheels, dual-zone climate control, leather-accented interior, cloth seats, push-button start and auto-folding side mirrors.
Driver-assist technology includes AEB, rear parking sensors and a tyre-pressure monitoring system.
The ST-X also has a genuine Nissan accessory tow bar and ball as standard.
Our test vehicle has a few additions* – including premium polished hoopless bullbar ($3237.75), bonnet protector (smoked) ($160.12), fender flares ($1051.05), winch ($2295.41), winch mount kit ($852.46), and LED Light Bar Combo ($955.56) – and, as a result, this Navara’s price as tested is $67,366 (excluding on-road costs). (*Dealer-fitment costs apply to these accessories.)
The leather accented seat option pack – which includes eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat (with power lumbar adjustment), and heated driver/passenger seats – has a listed price of $1500.
All premium paint – including solid white, burning red, brilliant silver, twilight grey, and forged copper – costs $650. The white pearl (aka white diamond) on our test vehicle, and black star are no extra cost.