Friday, March 15, 2019

The 2019 Nissan Navara N-Warrior is Dressed to Thrill (w/ 9 Photos, Specs)


Nissan Philippines is now offering a bolder version of its Navara pickup truck with the introduction of the Navara N-Warrior Edition. Building from its success as one of the country’s best-selling pickup trucks, the Navara N-Warrior Edition brings stylish aesthetics upgrades.

Based off either the 4x4 VL or the 4x2 EL Calibre variants, the Navara N-Warrior Edition is differentiated by its orange exterior highlights found in places like the front fog lamp surrounds and side step boards.



This is complemented by the high-gloss black front bumper overrider, overfenders, headlamp and taillight surrounds, side mirrors, door handles, and 18-inch alloy wheels with 255/60 R 18 tires. The exterior changes are completed by the sport roll bar, drop-in bed liner, and additional body decals.

The Navara N-Warrior Edition is only available in two colors: Alpine White and Brilliant Silver.

Inside, the Navara N-Warrior Edition gets leather seats with orange stitching as well as carbon fiber trimmings that replace the high-gloss piano black ones.



Mechanically, the Navara N-Warrior Edition remains unchanged from the regular Navara and thus comes with a 2.5-liter YD25 DDTi 4-cylinder CRDi engine with variable geometry turbo. In the 4x4 variant, it makes 190 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque, while in the 4x2, it makes 163 horsepower and 403 Nm of torque. The available transmissions are a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic.

In terms of safety, both 4x2 and 4x4 variants of the Navara N-Warrior Edition arrive with dual SRS airbags and anti-lock brakes. However, only the 4x4 variant gets Vehicle Dynamics Control integrating Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control. All variants get Nissan’s Around View 360-degree monitor making it a cinch to park.

The 2019 Nissan Navara N-Warrior Edition starts at P 1,249,000 for the 4x2 EL 6MT, P 1,309,000 for the 4x2 EL 7AT, P 1,569,000 for the 4x4 VL 6MT, and P 1,629,000 for the 4x4 VL 7AT. In all variants, the crossbars and roof rack are optional.

2 comments:

  1. This is the most tasteful "special edition" car I've seen here that dealers put out. Yung iba kasi ang baduy nang pagkamodify. Eto minimalist pero head turner.

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  2. 170k premium compared to the base variant for black rims and some orange decals seems to be a bit much. Nissan is learning from the TRD and Mugen cash cows of Toyota and Honda

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