Nissan Navara PRO-4X Warrior more details revealed


Nissan has revealed some more details on “the world’s toughest Navara” — the Navara PRO-4X Warrior, which debuted just a couple of weeks ago as an Australia-exclusive offering. While the pricing is yet to be revealed, we have some other interesting details to go over.

Speaking of which, the ride height is up by 40 mm to 260 mm, thanks to spring and tyre upgrades. There are changes in approach and departure angles too, which are now 36 deg (+4 deg) and 19.0 deg (-0.8 deg), respectively. Premcar has made modifications to the spring rate too for better handling and less body roll. The front damper has less low-speed damping for a more compliant ride with increased road isolation.


The high-speed rebound and compression rates at the front have also been increased by around 50% and 100% respectively (over the PRO-4X) for greater control of the wheel and to prevent bottoming or topping out over larger impacts. The rear dampers’ low-speed control has been increased to reduce float in the rear when towing or carrying a load. Rebound damping is up by more than 50% to improve handling stability, while compression damping is also improved.

The 17-inch black wheels are wrapped with all-terrain tyres. The track width is up by 30 mm to 1,600 mm. Besides that Navara-branded red bashplate, there’s another 3 mm steel second-stage underbody protection plate for “absolute peace of mind” when off-roading. The off-road bumper or ‘bullbar’ as Nissan calls it, is winch-compatible and comes with an integrated light bar.

Few more changes include the GVM or Gross Vehicle Mass, which is up by 100 kg (220 lbs) to 3,250 kg (7,165 lbs), in order to have a minimal impact on the payload capacity due to additional components. Compared to the PRO-4X, there’s a 52 kg (115 lbs) reduction in payload capacity. Towing capacity remains unchanged at 3.5 tonnes braked.

The rest of the stuff including the powertrain is the same as we read in the previous post. The Navara PRO-4X Warrior is powered by a 2.3-litre 4-cylinder biturbo diesel engine that develops 140 kW (190 metric hp) at 3,750 rpm and 450 Nm (332 lb-ft) of torque between 1,500-2,500 rpm. The engine can be paired with either a 7-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual gearbox.

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