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Nissan Navara Titanium Edition Released

Nissan will launch a new limited edition Navara in Australia that will be based on the ST-X specification. The new version is available on the D40 4x4 Dual Cab model powered by the 126 kW (170 hp) common rail diesel engine and mated to either a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission.

According to theautochannel.com, Nissan will launch approximately 1,000 units of the car in Australia, with 306 of them to be available in special Charcoal embossed leather upholstery complete with contrasting titanium coloured double stitch detail. Obviously, the limited edition comes with many other exclusive features, including titanium colored 17-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, front grille, rear step bumper bar, door mirrors with integrated indicators and door handles.

The car will be also offered with a new and exclusive exterior color, Black Pepper, in addition to the existing ones, Silver Lightning and Midnight Black. All models will features Titanium Edition side graphics and tailgate badge, Titanium Edition embroidered floor mats and Bluetooth Handsfree telephone connectivity. Other features include fog beams and Nissan’s ‘Utili-Track’ load system.

As for pricing, the Nissan Navara Titanium Edition comes with a price tag of $48,400 for the manual transmission version, almost the same price as the Titanium Edition priced at $47,860, despite the impressive feature addition it boasts.

“The combination of unique styling, generous specification and outstanding value is likely to make the Nissan Navara Titanium Edition precious metal, setting the Nissan Navara apart from the crowd and generating even more interest in this very successful product line,” said Matthew Baily, Brand Manager Commercial Vehicles, at Nissan Australia.
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