Nissan Australia’s new Navara will launch along a robust set of genuine accessories for buyers who don’t want to wait for the inevitable Premcar-enhanced Warrior flagship ute.
To beef up the front protection, three bullbars are available – premium coated hoopless, off-road coated hoopless and off-road coated with hoops, priced at $3238, $3182 and $3992 respectively.
Each bullbar is Australian made and compatible with the front winch kit also available from Nissan (priced at $3148), which is fitted with a 27.4m-length synthetic rope rated to pull 4536kg.
A bonnet protector (clear or smoked) and headlight covers are also available, priced at $151 and $172 respectively, to protect from stone chips and road debris, while extra underbody protection is also on offer for $484.
For those that like to tow, a towbar will set buyers back $947 (but is standard on ST-X), with all 2021 Navara’s braked towing capacity rated at 3500kg.
A towbar harness adaptive in large and small are also available for $57 each, while a two carry bag can also be bought for $32.
The more adventurous Navara customer can also fit a snorkel ($1000), weathershields ($232), roof pod ($1082) and roof cross bars ($373) to maximise the ute’s load-lugging capabilities and go-anywhere spirit.
For the tradies though, a front and rear ladder rack are on offer (priced at $578 and $849 respectively) for ST grades and up with a sports bar fitted, while a soft tonneau cover ($716), door handle protectors ($85), and front and rear kick plates ($297) can also be added to prevent unwanted damage.
On the inside, all-weather rubberised floor mats can be had for the front footwells for $116 to protect the carpet from mud, dirt and other unwanted contaminants, otherwise carpet versions (with Navara or Pro-4X branding) can be optioned for $100.
Front seat covers are likewise available with Navara or Pro-4X markings, priced at $535 and $531 respectively, and rear seat covers will cost an additional $415.
Other accessories include a mobile phone holder ($146), AUX cable ($20), rear sunshades ($189) for dual-cab models, first aid kit ($53) and luggage storage bag ($329).
It is expect that many of these accessories will combine to form the new Navara Warrior, which included in its last iteration increased underbody protection, hoopless bulbar, all-terrain tyres, increased ride height and front light bar.