Which used Nissan Navara pick-up should I buy?
We recommend the mid-range Acenta+ as a new purchase, but there are actually more top spec Tekna models out there, so you should be able to find one of those for a similar amount of money to a lesser Acenta+. Doing so will mean you’ll benefit from useful extras such as the 360deg camera system and rear parking sensors.
We also prefer the automatic gearbox over the clunky manual. While the manual has been improved from 2019 onwards, we’d still go for the seven-speed automatic. This also means you’ll need to choose the most powerful version of the 2.3-litre diesel engine, but since it has similar running costs to the lesser engine, this shouldn’t be a major issue.