Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior Reviews | Overview

Aussies are buying much more utes than ever – no great revelation there. However, when numerous could possibly continue to feel of the humble dual-taxi entire body-on-frame ute as being small much more than a sparsely equipped tradie chariot, the fact is that non-public ute consumers are transacting ever greater sums to get the ute they want onto their driveway.

What is much more, once explained ute is in their possession, they are shelling out massive on equipment to make that motor vehicle much more capable, versatile, rugged, and theirs. Outdoors of organization fleets, utes are having the variety of focus from their homeowners that would make a sportscar jealous.

And it’s these leisure ute homeowners that are squarely in the sights of Nissan’s Navara Pro-4X Warrior. 

Next on from the Navara N-Trek Warrior that introduced in late 2019, the Pro-4X Warrior repeats a acquainted template but with various revisions to add even much more off-road capability – not to mention all of the other manufacturing unit-concern upgrades that arrived with the Navara’s facelift at the commence of 2021. 

Transformed locally from conventional Navara Pro-4Xs by Premcar in Melbourne, the Warrior treatment method is mainly focused in just the wheel wells – bespoke suspension using larger-diameter Monroe shock absorbers, one of a kind spring premiums, a little bit of suspension carry and a one of a kind wheel and tyre package deal all contribute to supplying the Warrior enhanced off-road credentials, when meaty bolt-on fender flares, an aggressive metallic entrance bumper and an underbody bash guard add both of those defense and visible aggression, in equivalent measure.

Less than the bonnet, there’s almost nothing new to report. The conventional twin-turbo 2.three-litre diesel Navara motor will get no tweaks from Premcar, this means the conventional 140kW and 450Nm outputs are all you get to perform with. 

However, in the planet of very low-array mud-pluggin’ and rock-crawlin’, does that actually matter? Also, at $sixty seven,490 as a handbook or $69,990 for the car (in addition on-road charges), does it represent worth relative to the conventional $fifty eight,130/$sixty,630 Navara Pro-4X that it’s centered on?

We went off the overwhelmed path with the new Warrior in the Coffs Harbour hinterland to uncover out.

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