The new Nissan NP300 Navara will be launched along with around 125 dealer-fit accessories. This means that upon its delivery, the NP300 Navara is all set to tackle the road and off-road, dressed according to the preferences of its owners.
Recently named as the International Pick-up of the Year, the NP300 Navara boasts of being offered with an array of first-in-sector features and innovations, further widening its appeal while ensuring that it would be more than ready to face tough challenges ahead.
These first-in-the-sector features and innovations include the tailgate assist system that lowers the NP300 Navara's tailgate smoothly at a single push of a button, as well as a sliding load tray that makes it easier to load and unload on the award-winning pickup.
NP300 Navara also features a load carrier that enables customers to use the space on top of the load space cover. Moreover, the pickup comes with a foldaway rear step that helps customers gain better access to its truck bed. Customers may also avail of the high quality hardtop, which is available in two distinct grades.
The higher grade features opening windows, a stop lamp and central locking as well as interior trims and interior lighting. Customers may also opt to have their NP300 Navara equipped with either a plastic or aluminum bedliner. Also available is a choice of aluminum or soft tonneau cover or roll cover.
On the other hand, there would be customers who want their NP300 Navara to be fitted with elements that would make it stick out from the rest of the vehicles on the road. They could avail of striking chrome bars for the front, side and bed of the vehicle. Moreover, these bars can be fitted with high impact lamps.
Customers could also avail of decal stickers, a shark antenna, alloy wheels and exhaust finishers. Mike Thompson, After Sales Director at Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd, noted that before, even though carmakers were already selling their pickups in the market, customers cannot yet personalize their trucks because third-party, aftermarket accessories have yet to be made available.
Thompson disclosed that during the development of the new NP300 Navara, the Japanese carmaker had already considered accompanying accessories from the very outset – allowing Nissan to ensure that the first customers would have access to a full range of available options and accessories.