Nissan Navara Pricing and Specs
Australia's utility market is a big deal - Toyota's HiLux was the country's top-selling vehicle in 2016 - and competition is fierce for the lucrative worksite dollar. Enter Nissan's Navara, historically one of Nissan's best-selling models and a near constant sight at worksites across the country. Available in a huge array of configurations, including a cab chassis (tray back) or pick-up body style with three different cabin sizes, and with rear- or all-wheel drive, the Navara can be simple or as tech-laden as its customers want. Although it varies by variant it is usually a three-engine option model, with a choice of two diesel or one petrol engine.
This vehicle is also known as Nissan Frontier (North America), Nissan NP300 (Mexico, Europe).
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Nissan Navara FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Navara here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Does a 2011 Nissan Navara Turbo have a timing belt or chain warning light?
No. While the D40 Navara did have warning lights for things like contaminated diesel fuel and a warning light for the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) the Navara didn’t stretch to a light to warn that maintenance to the camshaft timing system was due. That’s mainly because the Navara’s four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine used a timing chain rather than a rubber timing belt, and the chain should have been good for the life of the engine.
Experience has shown, however, that the YD25 engines that used a single-row primary timing chain did, indeed, experience premature chain wear and failure in some cases. And this is probably at the root of your question. The trade now recommends that these chains be changed before the 80,000km mark, with inspections every 40,000km to make sure nothing is wearing out too fast. The aftermarket has developed a double-row replacement timing chain for these engines, so any replacement of the chain should take this into account.Show more
How do I take my Nissan Navara out of limp mode?
Modern turbo-diesel engines absolutely hate having water enter the fuel system. It can cause lots and lots of damage and isn’t always fixed by simply changing the fuel filter and the contents of the tank. Sometimes injectors and even the high-pressure fuel pump itself will be damaged by the ingress of water. If that’s the case, then more work will be needed before the vehicle is safe to drive again, as you may wind up doing more harm to other components until the full scope of the water-damage has been diagnosed.
For that reason, you really should have the vehicle looked at by a specialist. A specialist workshop will be able to tall you what else needs fixing or replacing. A specialist will also be able to electronically cancel the limp-home mode and any check-engine lights once all is well.Show more
How much will it cost to replace the clutch in my 2008 Nissan Navara?
This cost of this will depend on a few things, Anthony, including which workshop you choose to carry out the work and what that workshop’s hourly labour rate is. That said, budget for around $2000 for the clutch kit and the time to fit it and you should be okay.
The other thing to consider is whether this is a good time to replace the sometimes troublesome dual-mass flywheel with a simpler, more robust singe-mass unit. The cost should be about the same, but the single-mass replacement will be a stronger, more reliable unit over time. It’s the first modification a switched-on Navara owner will make if they intend to tow heavy loads with the vehicle.Show more