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Cars We Own: 2017 Nissan Navara SL

Dual-cab utes are all the rage at the moment, with the Ford Ranger and Toyota HiLux sitting atop the Australian sales charts. Along with those two stalwarts, there are plenty of other worthy load-lugging options on the market – options like our Nissan Navara. It's got coil springs down back, a twin-turbo four-cylinder engine up front, and room for all the camera gear you could ever ask for in the tray...

Gearing up the CarAdvice Nissan Navara: Bullbar, rear bar, snorkel and winch

Modifications: they're part and parcel of the Australian off-road scene, and what many of us do in the quest for better, more reliable off-road vehicles. While our owned 2017 Nissan Navara SL benefitted greatly from the work we did on suspension and wheels/tyres, there's still scope for some more useful mods. With that in mind, we're back in the workshop for more gear...

Testing the off-road limits of the Suzuki Jimny and Holden Trailblazer

Just four hours drive east of the Melbourne CBD, the challenging terrain of the Victorian High Country has cemented it as one of the most iconic 4WD destinations in the country. As a result, the area is at the top of the bucket list for avid off-roaders. Many Australians travel far and wide to find their own little oasis in the region...

4x4 Tips: ARB Elements Fridge review

It’s the fridge that can stop people from stealing your beer. Or soft drink, or Manchego, or whatever else you have stored in there. Of course, the ice-cold beer I’m mentioning is enjoyed after you find a nice camp spot and start to unwind for the night. ARB is an Australian-born 4WD aftermarket company renowned for its efforts in innovation, and this fridge is another example of that...

4x4 Tips: Gearing up for the Victorian High Country

The Victorian High Country is a magical place, one of the best off-roading destinations on the planet. It's full of awesome tracks, picturesque camping, and the type of wilderness usually only available when places are hard to get to. If you've got a 4x4, you're well on your way to visiting the High Country in your own time, and on your own terms...

Turning the CarAdvice Nissan Navara into an off-road weapon

It'll come as a shock to absolutely no one, that the 4x4 ute is rapidly rocketing up the charts in Australia as the go-to family chariot. In 2018, 15 per cent, or one in every six or seven new vehicles sold in Australia, was a 4x4 ute. That sort of dominance was only bested by the small car and small SUV segments, both capturing 17 per cent of the market...

2019 Nissan Titan PRO-4X review

You only need to drive an American truck to understand why it would work in Australia – especially if you tow regularly. This Nissan Titan is just one example that we'd love to see in Australia.

2018 Nissan Navara ST Black Edition: Driving Margaret River

Margaret River is a stunning place. The views are magnificent and there are plenty of tracks and beaches to tackle, which end in spectacular views across endless aqua blue waters. We're here to drive the latest Nissan Navara specials. Amassing at the luxurious Crown Towers in Perth on the morning of our journey, we meet and greet and pair up for the Nissan-hosted event...

2018 Nissan Navara ST-X off-road review

While it took Nissan three cracks at getting the Navara's ride and handling tune right, the 2018 Nissan Navara Series III builds on what is an already impressive platform that needed some minor tweaks. We've driven and reviewed the Navara previously, but how does it perform as an off-road lifestyle utility? We hit the road to see how it stacks up when the going gets tough...

2018 Nissan Navara ST-X review

Nissan takes another stab at bringing the Navara dual-cab’s load-carrying credentials up to scratch, but is chasing tradies the right choice for a car positioned as a family friendly all-rounder?

2018 Nissan Navara Series III Dual Cab review

Nissan has once again tweaked the dynamic package of its five-link Navara dual-cab pick-ups. Does this new Series III version lift the game in all-round ute quality?