Nissan presents a more extreme version of its Navara pickup: the PRO-4X Warrior. This machine is intended to compete with the Ford Ranger Raptor.
Nissan is preparing to draw heavy artillery for your Navara pick-up. The version PRO-4X Warrior promises to make it the most resistant of the range to face the most difficult tracks. Based on the PRO-4X version of the Nissan navara which didn’t really impress when it was released, the new Warrior version should silence the critics.
It is designed by Premcar, an Australian company. Logical because it would be, at least initially only for Australia. But this Navara in warrior clothes could then reach other markets if demand is deemed sufficient by Nissan. One thing is certain, it will never be offered in Europe, hence the Navara should soon slip away.
The Navara PRO-4X having been considered too wise, the Australian trainer, well known on the other side of the globe, did not go dead hand. The tracks are widened and larger fender extensions were bolted to the body. The tires are now more suitable for off-road driving. The front bumper is redesigned and adopts an LED bar as well an additional protective plate.
No information regarding the engine has yet been disclosed by Nissan. However, we can imagine that to calmly face the Australian outback, the builder should equip it with a block at the height. This would also allow it to compete with another pickup in sportswear: the Ford Ranger Raptor.
If the latter is today powered by a 213 hp 4-cylinder diesel engine, it is said that the American firm is currently working on a new V8 version of 400 hp! And the engineers working on this transplant are based… in Australia! Good news for Australian enthusiasts of smart gear.
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