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Pick-up prices announced

10 June 2005

The new Nissan Navara pick-up, arriving this August, will cost from £17,231.

King Cab prices start at £17,231

The new Nissan Navara pick-up, arriving this August, will cost from £17,231.

That buys the entry-level King Cab model with small backward-opening rear doors and a pair of flip-down seats behind the front two passengers for occasional use. The cheapest Double Cab version, with four doors and five full seats, costs £1234 more at £18,465.

All models in the range use a 172bhp 2.5-litre diesel, the most powerful available in the pick-up market. It develops 298lb ft of pulling power and has a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, although high-end versions are also available with a five-speed automatic.

Entry-level models are fitted out with driver and passenger airbags, keyless entry, alarm, single CD player and, on Double Cab versions, ISOFIX child seat mountings.

Next up in the range and £1645 more expensive is the SE model, which Nissan reckons will prove the most popular. Dual-zone climate control comes as standard along with 17-inch alloy wheels, electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors, active front head restraints and a flat-folding front passenger seat. Body-coloured bumpers replace black items, while a rear-step bumper and side steps are also fitted.

Outlaw King Cabs are £1058 more at £19,934, while the Double Cab is £1234 more expensive at £21,344 or £22,489 with an automatic gearbox. Roof bars are fitted to the Double Cab, while both also get front fog lamps, tinted glass, headlamp washers, automatic wipers and headlights, six-CD autochanger and cruise control.

Top of the range is the Aventura, available only with the Double Cab for £24,634 with a manual gearbox and £25,779 with an automatic. Extra treats are an electric sunroof, leather upholstery, electrically powered and heated seats, side and curtain airbags, DVD satellite-navigation, upgraded stereo and Bluetooth mobile phone integration.

Other new pick-up models on the horizon include the latest Toyota Hilux which goes on sale in the autumn and the next-generation Mitsubishi L200 which arrives at the end of the year.

  • Buyers who purchase the Navara through their own business will be able to reclaim the VAT on the pick-ups and save between £2536 and £3809 on list prices.

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