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Sunday, 19 March 2017
FLEET WORLD - The Nissan Navara takes Best Pick Up for the second year running.
The Nissan Navara has been crowned Best Pick-Up at the prestigious Fleet World Honours for the second year running.
Judges from the influential industry title put all models in the increasingly crowded segment through their paces before choosing the market-leading model as their outright winner.
They were impressed by the Navara’s range of powerful yet efficient engines, superior comfort, towing ability and wide range of trim levels.
The comprehensive five-year/100,000 miles warranty – offered across Nissan’s LCV range – was also singled out for special mention.
Dan Gilkes, Editor of Van Fleet World, said: “With so many new and improved trucks coming to the market last year, the big Nissan was certainly not short of competition.
“Yet despite some very strong new models, Navara remains the truck that we would buy if it was our fleet budget.”
He added: “A 3.5-tonne towing ability, powerful yet relatively frugal driveline and a wide range of trim levels from hard working Visia to luxurious Tekna, show that there is a Navara to suit most applications.”
Priced from £23,920 RRP, the Nissan Navara can be specified with either a double cab or a king cab and a 190PS twin-turbo or 160PS single turbo version of the new 2.3-litre dCi engine.
Many of the model’s advanced safety features – including a number of first-in-class technologies such as Forward Emergency Braking, Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control (on 4WD models) – come as standard.
Receiving the latest award, Darren Payne, Sales Director at Nissan Motor (GB) said: “We are thrilled the Navara has won this prestigious award for a second successive year.
“Despite a number of high profile competitors coming to market in the past year, Navara continues to set the benchmark in the pick-up sector.”