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Nissan Navara gets Euro 6 engine

Nissan Navara Euro 6

Nissan have upgraded the Navara pick-up with a new 2.3-litre Euro 6 compliant engine and a higher standard specification.

The diesel power plant now offers 'best-in-class' CO2 emissions of 159g/km and reduced NOx thanks to an AdBlue system.

Fuel consumption on the official combined cycle has also improved to 46.3mpg, up by 1.4mpg.

The upgrade covers both the 190ps twin-turbo and 160ps single turbo versions of the Navara’s 2.3-litre dCi engine.

Gross Vehicle Weight has increased slightly by 25-35kg (model dependant), but the Navara’s one-tonne payload capacity remains unchanged.

All manual Navara models now come with a stop-start system as standard and the entire range now features a colour combimeter, cruise control and Bluetooth.

Optional equipment includes Nissan’s Around View Monitor camera system and Forward Emergency Braking system.


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