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2021 Nissan Navara
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2021 Nissan Navara Pricing and Specs

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$27,150*

The Nissan Navara 2021 prices range from $27,150 for the basic trim level Ute Navara RX (4X2) to $66,290 for the top of the range Ute Navara N-Trek Warrior (4X4).

The Nissan Navara 2021 is available in Diesel. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Ute 2.3L 6 SP Manual to the Ute 2.3L 7 SP Automatic.

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Nissan Navara Models SPECS PRICE
DX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $33,300
N-Trek Special Edition (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $57,100
N-Trek Warrior (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $66,290
N-Trek Warrior (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $63,790
RX (4X2) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $37,350
RX (4X2) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $27,150
RX (4X2) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $29,700
RX (4X2) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $34,850
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $36,850
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $42,400
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $48,200
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $34,350
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $36,850
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $38,650
RX (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $39,900
SL (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $44,500
SL (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $45,700
ST (4X2) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $44,550
ST (4X2) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $42,050
ST (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $48,250
ST (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $51,250
ST (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $45,750
ST (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $48,750
ST-X (4X2) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $49,250
ST-X (4X2) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $46,750
ST-X (4X2) (leather Trim) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $50,750
ST-X (4X2) (leather Trim) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $48,250
ST-X (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $54,400
ST-X (4X4) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $56,400
ST-X (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $51,900
ST-X (4X4) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $53,900
ST-X (4X4) (leather Trim) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $55,900
ST-X (4X4) (leather Trim) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $57,900
ST-X (4X4) (leather Trim) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $55,400
ST-X (4X4) (premium) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $58,950
ST-X (4X4) (premium) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $56,450
ST-X (4X4) (sunroof) 2.3LDiesel7 speed automatic $57,400
ST-X (4X4) (sunroof) 2.3LDiesel6 speed manual $54,900

Nissan Navara 2021 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Navara here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Does the 2010 Nissan Navara have a timing belt or chain?

    The simple answer, Andrew, is that the 2.5-litre turbo-diesel engine in your Navara has a timing chain rather than a timing belt. However, it’s not that simple, as the engine uses two chains, rather than a longer, single timing chain.

    The primary timing chain on your engine is a single-row chain while the secondary chain is a duplex (or double-row) chain. The secondary chain doesn’t seem to give too many problems, but many owners have found that the lower, single-row chain seems a bit underdone and has been known to stretch in service. When that happens (if the stretching is enough) the pistons and valves inside the engine can collide with fairly devastating results. The chain guides can also show signs of premature wear in these engines.

    The trade recommends that the primary timing chain in these engines is changed every 80,000km or so and inspected for wear and stretching every 40,000km. Which pretty neatly sidesteps all the advantages of a timing chain over a timing belt.

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  • Why has my 2011 Nissan Navara lost most of its engine power?

    This model Navara was known for a couple of faults that could cause it to enter limp-home mode (which sounds like what’s happened given the engine is no longer making full power). The first was a batch of dud exhaust-gas temperature sensors which had a habit of dying young. If that happened, the engine would go into limp-home mode to avoid overheating (and damaging) the turbocharger, even though there was no actual problem beyond the sensor itself.

    The other problem with the 2.5-litre turbo-diesel was that the primary timing chain was a single-row item that was, frankly, underdone and could stretch before the vehicle had covered even 80,000km. If that happened, the camshaft-position sensor would become confused and could trigger a limp-home condition. There’s a replacement timing chain that is actually double-row (stronger) that many owners fit as a solution.

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  • Which 4x4 Dual Cab ute should I buy?

    The very fact that you’re looking at two vehicles that fit into your budget but have travelled such vastly different distances should tell you all you need to know about the Nissan. Frankly, the Navara D22 and D40 don’t age well. In fact, many owners have found out the hard way that a Navara just can’t match the Toyota HiLux of this vintage for longevity and the ability to cop punishment over time.

    I’m certainly not saying that the HiLux was perfect, but compared with the Navara’s litany of faults and problems that covered everything from rattling timing chains to coolant leaks and odd design elements such as the bottom of the radiator being lower than the lowest part of the chassis cross-member (not good for off-road work) the Toyota was much better. Granted the Navara you’re considering has very low mileage, so it should be okay for a while…just about till you hand it over to your son to break.

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