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Pricing and details for the 2017 Nissan Navara Series 2 have been released today, growing the number of variants beyond 30.

First confirmed for dealers in late September, the Navara Series 2 introduces a new ‘SL’ model grade, along with a number of key updates to the suspension package of dual-cab models.

The latest Navara range is unique in its use of a coil-sprung suspension setup (five-link) at the rear of dual-cab models, although other variants retain a conventional leaf design.

The application of a car-like suspension design in the rear was intended to bring new levels of ride comfort to the high-riding ute market and, at least when unladen, the package largely delivers on its promise. Load it up, however, and the back-end drops considerably – a factor that has brought it some amount of criticism.

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Above: the current ‘Series 1’ Navara NP300 with a 410kg load in the tub (read here.)

Nissan says it has listened to customer and dealer feedback in delivering these upgrades, introducing new suspension components and tuning to models equipped with the multi-link design.

Among the updates are new front and rear shock absorbers, new rear coil springs and new rear rebound dampers.

“Navara Series II features a more refined ride and handling, with improved lateral stability as well as enhanced handling when carrying loads,” the company said in its release today.

The changes are promised to be the work of “extensive local testing”. This is a crucial point, because, before its Australian launch in June last year, the new Navara range had benefited from no significant local suspension tuning.

Away from mechanicals, the 2017 Navara Series II range also sees the introduction of a new tradie- and fleet-focused SL 4×4 dual-cab, slotting in between the workhorse RX and the more up-spec ST model, while the ST-X remains the top-shelf offering.

Beyond the RX grade that it is otherwise based on, the SL gains ST features that include the 140kW/450Nm 2.3-litre YS23DDTT twin-turbo diesel engine, along with its wide-body design, a reversing camera and the NissanConnect phone connectivity system.

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The SL 4×4 dual-cab can be had in both six-speed manual and seven-speed automatic form, riding on 16×7-inch steel wheels with 255/70R16 rubber, and also boasts a vinyl floor in the cabin.

Elsewhere in the range, the ST dual-cab picks up satellite navigation, while the RX dual-cab and single-cab grades now have vinyl floors in place of carpet.

And, again claimed to be the rest of customer feedback, rear passengers in all dual-cab grades have lost their fold-out, floor-level cup holders.

On the options front, the RX 4×4 cab-chassis can now be had with an automatic transmission, while the previously standard sunroof on ST-X dual-cab grades is now a $1000 option.

Watch for a detailed report on the Navara’s updated suspension in December, when Nissan will hold a media event to demonstrate its upgrades.

NOTE: 2016 models shown. 2017 photos still to come, although styling remains unchanged for the new model year.

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2017 Nissan Navara Series II pricing

Note: retail prices shown for cab-chassis models are without tray, while the drive-away prices (based on a Victorian purchase and specific circumstances, see your Nissan dealer) include the tray.

Single Cab  MSRP  change  Estimated drive-away
DX 4×2 single cab petrol manual cab chassis $19,490 $24,933
DX 4×4 single cab diesel manual cab chassis $31,990 $37,899
RX 4×2 single cab diesel manual cab chassis $25,990 $31,706
RX 4×4 single cab diesel manual cab chassis $32,990 $38,931
RX 4×4 single cab diesel automatic cab chassis $35,490 $41,511
King Cab
RX 4×2 king cab diesel manual cab chassis $28,490 $34,115
RX 4×4 king cab diesel manual cab chassis $35,490 $41,340
RX 4×4 king cab diesel manual pick-up $36,990 $40,861
ST 4×4 king cab diesel manual pick-up $43,990 +$1,000 $48,086
ST 4×4 king cab diesel automatic pick-up $46,490 +$1,000 $50,666
ST-X 4×4 king cab diesel manual pick-up $49,990 +$1,000 $54,278
ST-X 4×4 king cab diesel automatic pick-up $52,490 +$1,000 $56,859
Dual Cab
DX 4×2 dual cab petrol manual pick-up $26,490 $30,024
DX 4×2 dual cab petrol automatic pick-up $28,990 $32,604
RX 4×2 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $32,990 $36,733
RX 4×2 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $35,490 $39,313
ST 4×2 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $39,990 +$1,000 $43,957
ST 4×2 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $42,490 +$1,000 $46,538
ST-X 4×2 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $44,990 New Grade $49,118
ST-X 4×2 dual cab diesel manual pick-up w/sunroof $45,990 +$1,000 $50,150
ST-X 4×2 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $47,490 New Grade $51,698
ST-X 4×2 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up w/sunroof $48,490 +$1,000 $52,730
RX 4×4 dual cab diesel manual cab chassis $38,490 $44,253
RX 4×4 dual cab diesel automatic cab chassis $40,990 New Grade $46,833
RX 4×4 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $39,990 $43,957
RX 4×4 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $42,490 $46,538
SL 4×4 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $43,990 New Grade $48,086
SL 4×4 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $46,490 New Grade $50,666
ST 4×4 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $46,990 +$1,000 $51,182
ST 4×4 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $49,490 +$1,000 $53,762
ST-X 4×4 dual cab diesel manual pick-up $51,990 New Grade $56,343
ST-X 4×4 dual cab diesel manual pick-up w/sunroof $52,990 +$1,000 $57,375
ST-X 4×4 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up $54,490 New Grade $58,923
ST-X 4×4 dual cab diesel automatic pick-up w/sunroof $55,490 +$1,000 $59,955

 

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