A new kind of Warrior is coming for the Nissan Navara, with final testing now almost complete on what promises to be its toughest variant yet. Developed right here in Australia by Premcar, it’s based on the already tough PRO-4X.
The new and exclusive flagship model in the Navara range will take that vehicle’s impressive capability further, in the hands of one of Australia’s leading automotive engineering and manufacturing companies.
Premcar is Nissan’s core partner for its broader Warrior program, with vehicles re-engineered in Victoria to create new and exciting flagship models that are tailor-made for Australia.
Reflective of the work of both Nissan and Premcar, the new model will be called the Navara PRO-4X Warrior by Premcar.
Drawing on its decades-long history at the forefront of vehicle performance in Australia, the Navara Warrior program is now home to 35 of Premcar’s engineers, manufacturing experts and executives.
Each of them approached the new PRO-4X with a single goal: to develop a dual-cab ute perfectly suited to Australian conditions both on and off-road, without sacrificing comfort or practicality.
Both capability and comfort will be at the core of the new Warrior, with the locally-developed model adopting the extensive equipment list of the Navara PRO-4X, including a new 7.0-inch advanced drive-assist instrument cluster display.
It also features a high-contrast 8.0-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and a leather-accented interior.
Premcar’s engineering upgrades also pair with the Navara’s impressive safety equipment, including seven airbags, intelligent forward collision warning and intelligent emergency braking.
The Nissan Navara N-TREK Warrior set a high bar in 2019, and the 2021 Navara PRO-4X Warrior by Premcar is sure to further the Warrior legend in Australia. It will arrive in dealerships on 1 September 2021.
It will be priced from $67,490 plus on-roads for a manual-equipped variant, and $69,990 plus on-roads for the automatic-equipped variant,