Spied: 2021 Nissan NP300 Navara, Mother Trucker gets updated after 6 years

Jason · Jul 06, 2020 10:28 AM

Image credit: Motorpassion Mexico

The Nissan Navara, the brand's popular pickup truck, is getting a facelift to help keep it competitive in its hotly-contested segment. The NP300 has been spied doing development rounds in Mexico, in heavy camouflage. This incoming model is part of a 12-new-model assault by Nissan, which includes the new Z-car (you can watch the teaser here).

Image credit: Motorpassion Mexico

Despite the camouflage, you can see the Navara retains its familiar silhouette, with updates to the grille and headlight design (which now features 2-piece boomerang-shaped DRLs). This update brings the 2021 Navara closer to the new family face of Nissan, the 'V-Motion' design. 

Mechanically, there should be no major changes, which means the 2021 Navara should still sport the 2.5-litre turbo-diesel engine (190PS, 450 Nm) and 7-speed automatic transmission. Whilst not class-leading in terms of power output, these figures remain competitive in this segment. 

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The 2021 Navara could make its global debut late this year, or early 2021. Will you choose the new Navara over a Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger, or a Mitsubishi Triton?

 

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