BUILT FOR THE WEEK AND THE WEEKEND

The all-new Nissan Navara is now available to test drive at Armstrong’s Nissan Lower Hutt. Featuring superb towing capacity, heavy-duty payload performance and Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the new Navara is a must see for any ute buyer.

All-new Nissan Navara - Now here
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Armstrong’s Nissan | Lower Hutt
340 High Street, Lower Hutt
Armstrong’s Nissan | East Auckland
277 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany, Auckland

All-new Nissan Navara

Superb towing capacity
Whether you're looking to bring a heavy load for work or a weekend away, the Navara makes it easy with a massive 3,500kg maximum braked towing capacity across the range.*
Heavy duty performance
Ready for anything, the Navara features a minimum 1-tonne payload‡ across the double cab range for heavy-load performance. A strengthened rear axle and enhanced braking can handle the weight of all the gear you need to take, whether it’s a quad bike, building materials or other hefty loads.
Fully boxed, fully capable
Enclosed on all four sides, the fully boxed ladder-frame is reinforced in strategic areas with high-tensile strength for improved structural rigidity, to ensure impressive performance in even the toughest of driving conditions.

Intelligent around view monitor
Wheel-scraping boulders? Severe drop-offs? Not to worry. The Navara’s advanced tech is on your side. Four cameras give you a 360-degree overhead view of your vehicle, with a designated off-road mode so you can see exactly where to place your front wheels in rough terrain.
Off-road tech
Hill Descent Control helps make going down steep grades more manageable by automatically adjusting your speed and brake pressure to help keep you going at a controlled speed. On steep upward inclines, Hill Start Assist helps stop you from rolling backwards for a period of two seconds, so you can release the brake and accelerate.
Adventure-ready accessories
Get more out of your Navara with the range of Nissan Genuine Accessories designed for next-level Navara adventures, and they're robust enough for even the toughest working conditions.