For Acenta may be the 'basic' model, but it still has climate control, CD player, alloy wheels and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as the C-Channel load-locking system.
Against Nissan's DVD-based sat-nav is not available as an option on this model, whereas it is on the Tekna model.
What Car? says
The Acenta has pretty much everything you’d expect in a luxury 4x4, but for a vehicle that primarily targets the leisure segment the ride really is too hard.
What Car? readers say
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Target Price team says:
The Nissan Navara is available as either a Double Cab, with enough space for five adults and a decent loadbay, or a King Cab, with a class-leading loadbay but limited cabin space. A choice of engines is also offered. The cheaper 2.5 diesel is up to the job, but it’s noisy and rather inflexible. The 3.0 V6 diesel is many thousands more expensive, but if you can afford to upgrade, it’s well worth it.
The Navara has impressive low-range four-wheel-drive abilities, but because it relies on leaf-sprung suspension for heavy loads, its ride is decidedly bouncy when the loadbay is empty or lightly loaded. That said, it still rides better than most pick-ups.
Buy the Navara through your business, and you can claim back thousands of pounds in VAT because of its commercial classification.
Reader test team says:
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