Feast Your Eyes on the Aussie-Market Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior

Wilbert Tan

The third-gen Nissan Navara’s 4×4 N-Warrior trim (sold locally for PHP 1,629,000) is a formidable ute, earning praises from every aisle ever since its release. It’s a popular pickup especially in places where ravenous terrain is the norm, such as in Australia. For those who thought the top-of-the-line pickup can’t be bettered, Nissan Australia put together a team of experienced engineers and manufacturers to create the Navara N-Trek Warrior and shame non-believers.

Nissan Australia partnered with Premcar, an advanced local engineering company, to bring the Navara N-Trek Warrior to life.

Changes to the pickup include updated springs and shocks, boosted ground clearance, a redesigned front bar, added underbody protection, and larger all-terrain tires.

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Carryover Warrior parts include the LED headlight bezels, black grille, fender flares, roof rails, door handles, and rear bumper. Orange accents have been added to certain exterior features, including around the foglights, at the side mirrors and at the sidesteps.

Inside, features unique to the N-Trek include leather-trimmed seats, leather trim panels, custom headrests and floormats. The contrast orange stitching also makes it appearance on the seats, complemented by the orange-themed lighting of the dash.

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The Navara N-Trek Warrior won’t be available at Aussie showrooms until December, but Nissan Australia revealed the first production model to media earlier this month at Premcar’s Melbourne facility.

Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but what does it matter to us Filipinos? Unless they decide to bring it here, fingers crossed.

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