David Motton

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PICK-UPS AREN'T all about refinement or comfort, but some of them are better than others. The Nissan Navara has long been one of our favourites in this respect. How does this mildly facelifted version of the popular workhorse get on in our tow test?

Overview

PICK-UPS AREN'T all about refinement or comfort, but some of them are better than others. The Nissan Navara has long been one of our favourites in this respect. How does this mildly facelifted version of the popular workhorse get on in our tow test?

To see how the Navara faired against the Mitsubishi L200, see the May 2011 issue of Practical Caravan

Technical specs

Kerbweight2085 kg
85% KW1772 kg
Towball limit104 kg
Maximum towing limit2600 kg
Power188.0 bhp
Torque332.0 lb ft
Official MPG33.2 mpg
CO2224 g/km
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