Nissan Navara

The Nissan Navara has been in Australia since 1986, introduced as a simple two-door workhorse.

Since then, it – and its range – have expanded; the Navara range now encompasses a single and dual cab ute, as well as a so-called ‘King Cab’. The King Cab incorporates extra space – and seats – behind the traditional single cab area. Current prices range from $25,990 to $56,990 for the Navara RX (4x2) and Navara N-SPORT BLACK EDITION.​

Available with a petrol engine, as well as a diesel engine in two different configurations, the Navara also comes with a choice of six-speed manual and seven-speed automatic and two- or four-wheel drive. The Navara uses the same body-on-frame construction as its competition, but is unique in using coil springs in the rear suspension of select models.

This vehicle is also known as Nissan Frontier (North America), Nissan NP300 (Mexico, Europe).

Nissan Navara Reviews

Editor's Pick

Nissan Navara 2018 review

The Navara is Nissan's entry into the hotly contested Australian ute market. With Toyota's HiLux and Ford's Ranger arm-wrestling for the leadership position...Read more

2018

Nissan Navara 4WD 2018 off-road review: ST

Is third time around a charm for the Nissan Navara? Carsguide tests the D23 on- and off-road to find out.Read more

Nissan Navara 2018 off-road review: ST-X

Matt Campbell (off)road tests the 2018 Nissan Navara ST-X where every dual-cab ute worth its weight should be driven: in the outbackRead more

Nissan Navara DX 2018 review: snapshot

The DX marks the cheapest way into a 4X4-equipped Nissan Navara, and can be had in single-cab guise only.Read more

Nissan Navara ST-X 2018 review

The Nissan Navara has been a big player in the ute segment for some time now, but the current version hasn't been as work-ready as some of its competitors. That's all changing.Read more

Nissan Navara RX 2018 review: snapshot

The RX is the cheapest way into a Navara, with the range starting at $25,990.Read more

Nissan Navara ST 2018 review: snapshot

The ST is the second most expensive model in the Navara range, sitting below only ether ST-X in king-cab and dual-cab guise.Read more

Nissan Navara SL 2018 review: snapshot

The SL Navara is a dual-cab-only trim level, not available on single- or king-cab cars.Read more

Nissan Navara SL 2017 review

Nissan's Navara SL fills a gap in its range you might not have known was there, an in-between model that sits outside the traditional three-tiered spec-level progression.Read more

Nissan Navara N-SPORT Black Edition 2018 review

There's nothing like a limited edition to spark buyer interest, even if it's mostly cosmetic. The Nissan Navara N-SPORT Black Edition stands out, looks good and there are only 500 on the books.Read more

Price Guide

$41,490

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$25,990

Highest Price

$56,990

Range & Specifications

2018 Ute
DX (4x4)
MSRP
$31,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 Ute - Discontinued Feb 2018
N-SPORT BLACK EDITION
MSRP
$56,990
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2018 Ute
RX (4x2)
MSRP
$35,990
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2018 Ute
RX (4x4)
MSRP
$35,990
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2018 Ute
SL (4x4)
MSRP
$46,490
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2018 Ute
ST (4x2)
MSRP
$42,690
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2018 Ute
ST (4x4)
MSRP
$46,490
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2018 Ute - Discontinued Feb 2018
ST N-SPORT (SPECIAL EDITION)
MSRP
$50,490
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2018 Ute
ST-X (4x2)
MSRP
$47,490
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2018 Ute
ST-X (4x2) (LEATHER TRIM)
MSRP
$48,990
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2018 Ute - Discontinued Feb 2018
ST-X (4x2) (SUNROOF)
MSRP
$48,490
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2018 Ute
ST-X (4x4)
MSRP
$52,490
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2018 Ute
ST-X (4x4) (LEATHER TRIM)
MSRP
$53,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 Ute
ST-X (4x4) (LT+SR)
MSRP
$56,990
ANCAP Rating
2018 Ute
ST-X (4x4) (SUNROOF)
MSRP
$55,490
ANCAP Rating

Nissan Navara News

Nissan Navara 2018 pricing and specs confirmed

13 February 2018 by Tung Nguyen

Nissan HQ rethinking Aussie line-up

16 December 2016 by Richard Berry

SUVs and ute sales continued to climb in May

10 June 2016 by Richard Blackburn

Hyundai beats Holden again in May

2 June 2016 by Joshua Dowling

Death of the Aussie ute

10 April 2016 by Joshua Dowling