The 2021 Nissan Navara brings a new look, new tech, and a few other changes making it the most significant update to the D23 Navara since it launched back in 2015.
We test eight of Australia’s favourite utes in our annual mega test.
Nissan says this might officially be a concept, but they also admit that really, it's no concept. Uchida-san says it's close to production spec, so... what do you reckon they'll change?
The benefits of owning an EV are easy to understand, but when you live in a nation that is still well behind others when it comes to infrastructure and incentives, what is it really like to be an EV owner? Let's find out. NOTE: Filmed in Melbourne before lockdown was announced. ...
Both Japanese brands have tried their hand at crafting the perfect crossover SUV in the form of the Mazda CX-3 and the Nissan Juke but which is best?
Toyota LandCruiser versus Nissan Patrol. It’s an old-time battle with some all-time hardware. Although the LandCruiser was facelifted in 2016, its bones date back to 2007. The Nissan Patrol was more recently refreshed in 2019, after launching as an all-new, petrol-only platform in 2010.
It’s smarter, more mature, bigger and better equipped than the old model. It’s also a hell of a lot better, too.
Aside from a facelift in 2017, the third-generation Nissan X-Trail has been soldering on since 2013. Normally when a model is reaching the end of it’s life, sales start to stagnate, but this X-Trail has remained strong. How so? Let’s have a look.
The latest example of Australia’s re-emerging local industry is this 40-strong team in suburban Melbourne, busy turning out Nissan Navara N-Trek Warriors.
Nissan’s Navara N-Trek Warrior is the latest of a new breed: high-specification 4X4 utes with tweaked and modified components aimed at the improved ride, handling and off-road ability. It’s not the first of its breed, however; the Nissan enters an establishment of utes already vying for the top of the market...
The 2020 Nissan Patrol comes to the Australian market sporting a new facelifted design and revised standard equipment offering. However, we miss out on the new dual-screen infotainment system that features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. So Trent Nikolic asks the question: is the new Nissan Patrol an alluring proposition for those wanting a luxury 4x4?