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Nissan launches Mammoth editions

18 December 2007

  • Special Navara and Pathfinder editions
  • Emphasis on in-car entertainment
  • Make sure you check Target Prices first

tweaked 2007 Navarra

Nissan is launching special editions of the Pathfinder 4x4 and Navara pick-up, called Mammoth.

Extra equipment includes a rear-mounted DVD player, an uprated BOSE sound system, sat-nav, a colour reversing camera and Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity.

You'll also find cruise control, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, front foglights, rear privacy glass, leather upholstery and 17-inch alloy wheels as standard.

The Pathfinder Mammoth costs £27,995, which is £1000 less than top-trim Aventura models.

The Navara Mammoth costs £16,995, which is £1930 less than the top-specification Outlaw trim.

However, buyers should check What Car?'s Target Price before buying.

Hagglers are likely to find it harder to get money off special-edition models, but the potential savings on standard editions could mean you get a better deal.

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