At 2017 Brussels Motor Motor Show in Belgium, Nissan has officially pulled the covers of a special version of the Navara. This new special edition named as Nissan Navara Trek-1 °, the pickup truck takes its name from the geographical location of the desert Navarre in Spain – at -1 ° longitude. As special edition, Nissan produce not much, only 1,500 examples will see the light of day, all of them in the double cab body styles.
Building upon the range-topping Tekna grade, this special edition truck can be had with Black Metallic or Pearlescent White exterior shade, the latter are new to this vehicle. In addition, it also benefits from two roof-mounted LED lights, black sports styling bar, the ‘smart bed cover new load’, which is made of plastic and finished 18-inch alloy wheels either black or white, and black, with a six-spoke pattern.
Customers can also spec Nissan Navara Trek-1 ° with sunroof, leather seats with heating function for the front occupants, and 8-way adjustment on the driver’s side, tow bars, differential lock, and a full-sized spare tire, for an extra charge.
Power comes from a diesel engine twin-turbo 2.3-liter engine, available in two outputs – 160 PS (158 HP) and 190 PS (187 HP), mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission seven-speed, available only for the 190 PS version , ‘On-demand’ four-wheel drive is offered as standard.
Nissan has launched a special edition of the hard workers in Belgium and claimed that other European countries will follow in the coming weeks.