Medium-sized pickups are popular in the U.S., with Toyota, Ford, Chevrolet, GMC and Nissan all offering them,media reported. So far, Toyota has been the most popular in the U.S. market, with the first model being the Nissan Frontier. Nissan recently announced the launch of its new Navara in other countries.
Nissan is committed to the new Navara with many state-of-the-line technologies and a range of Nissan intelligent mobile capabilities and security systems. The technology installed in the pickup will provide the driver with advanced dynamic performance systems, whether on the road or off-road. Nissan promises that the new pickup will bring more driving pleasure, practicality and pride to its owners.
Nissan’s new Navara and Global Frontier lineup’s Nissan Intelligent Mobility features include Intelligent Front Vehicle Collision Warning, which helps reduce accidents, and Intelligent Emergency Braking, which is activated while driving in traffic, to avoid collisions and reduce road stress. Equipped with an Intelligent All View Monitor, the truck uses four cameras to help drivers navigate narrow spaces, park parallels and more easily carry trailers.
The pickup truck, which has a four-wheel drive, also has a new off-roader monitor to check for obstacles around it at low speeds. One feature of the new pickup is its ability to have a stronger rear axle, which in turn results in increased payload capacity and additional carrier volume. The rear bumper now has an integrated pedal, making it easier to access the carriers. The new steering flanks improve mobility over the entire range of low speed and steering response.
Nissan will introduce a PRO-4X version of the pickup that will look more sporty, with black badges, orange protruding front bumpers, black grilles, door handles and roof racks, and sedan panels with 17-inch black wheels and all-terrain tires. Nissan said the pickup would be available to customers in Thailand in December and would not be available in other markets until later. It is unclear when the truck will appear in the United States.