The diesel mill features an electrically actuated turbo, capable of pushing out 188-horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque, which is music to our ears.
Given that the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado arrives bearing a diesel powerplant, it would seem only likely that the new Frontier sports an oil burner as well.
Inside, both trucks have begun to feel a bit more like cars thanks to upgraded materials and tech, which might detract from the more rough-and-tumble pickup fans, but does entice buyers looking for family vehicles or up-market comfort.
The Navara ships with the typical extended and double-cab models, offering enough cargo space to tackle most tasks.
Off-road capability shouldn’t be any concern on the Navara though, which is one thing we can guarantee you.
The NP300 sports shift-on-the-fly four-wheel-drive, Active Limited Brake Slip, Hill Start Assist, and Hill Descent Control. It’ll be sold worldwide, which means that it’s likely to see some pretty rough use and abuse in the world’s harshest environments.
We just hope Nissan decides to bring it here.