Nissan Australia has issued a recall notice for D23 Navara and R52 Pathfinder models with factory-fitted nudge bars.
According to the company, insufficient bolt torque could cause the roll hoop to rattle or, in the worst-case scenario, detach from the vehicle while driving. This poses a risk to both vehicle occupants and other road users.
After years of development, Nissan appears to be ready to present their new Navara-based SUV to the world.
Drive spoke to the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi's light commercial vehicle division chief, Ashwani Gupta, at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, where he hinted that the vehicle's unveiling is scheduled for the 2018 Beijing Motor Show, next April.
Nissan is getting ready to debut the SUV version of the NP300 Navara pickup truck but a pair of grainy photos spoiled the surprise.
This is apparently the new Nissan XTerra, Paladin or Pathfinder, depending on which market it’ll become available and unlike previous Navara-based SUVs, this time the company took the time to make it look a bit more different than the model it’s based on.
Nissan recently announced plans to build a new Frontier at its plant in Canton, Mississippi and new details are starting to emerge about the upcoming model.
According to a source who talked to Motor Trend, the truck won't have much in common with the Navara that is sold in overseas markets. The publication reports the company is spending "serious dough" on the compact truck and it will likely be offered with an entry-level four-cylinder engine as well as an optional V6.
The Nissan Navara N-Sport Black Edition has arrived on Australian shores this week, with the tough-looking special-edition ute kicking off at $54,490 before on-road costs.
Limited to just 500 units, the N-Sport Black Edition is based on the ST-X Dual Cab 4×4 variant (from $51,990), adding an array of exterior enhancements for extra visual appeal.