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Nissan celebrates 25 years with special edition Navara

Nissan Australia has released the Navara 25th Anniversary Limited Edition.
Nissan Australia has released the Navara 25th Anniversary Limited Edition.

NISSAN Australia has released the Navara 25th Anniversary Limited Edition priced at $41,888 drive away for manual and $44,138 for automatic.

The Nissan Navara 25th Anniversary Limited Edition is based on the Navara ST Dual Cab 4x4 and comes fitted with a host of additional accessories.

Nissan has produced 600 units, featuring Nissan genuine alloy bullbar, driving lights, towbar with wiring kit, smoked bonnet protector, tub liner, soft tonneau cover, carpet floor mats, free metallic paint and exclusive Nissan Navara 25th Anniversary Limited Edition badging.

"The Nissan Navara has a strong and impressive heritage that spans more than 25 years, so we are pleased to celebrate this milestone with the Nissan Navara 25th Anniversary Limited Edition," said Nissan Australia managing director and CEO William F Peffer Jr.

The Navara D21 was sold in Australia from 1986 - 1992. The Navara D22 was introduced in 1993 and is currently offered alongside the Navara D40, which continues to lead its class as 'Australia's Most Powerful Tradie' with the V6 turbo diesel-powered ST-X and ST-X 550 models.
 

Topics:  cars, cars news, motoring, nissan, nissan navara




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