NISSAN has unveiled the Navara N-SPORT Black Edition.
Much like what RAM did with its 2500 Code Black, which launched locally in July 2017, Nissan has thrown its darkest accessories and decals at the range-topping Navara ST-X dual cab 4x4.
The Black Edition, limited to a run of just 500 units, features a range of Nissan Genuine Accessories including a black sports bar, black nudge bar, a fitted LED light bar, black fender flares and 18-inch black alloy wheels.
Up front, smoky chrome fog lamp finishes surround a black gloss honeycomb grille, while a black soft tonneau covers the tray. N-SPORT badging and Black Edition decals are scattered from head to tail.
“The N-SPORT Black Edition gives the Navara a tough-looking makeover,” Nissan Australia managing director Richard Emery said. “Black is all the rage at the moment and certainly makes the Nissan Navara ST-X Dual Cab stand out.
“With its aggressive but stylish look and limited numbers we think this will be a popular variant for ute buyers.”
It’ll cost $2500 to get the black treatment applied. The six-speed manual Black Edition is priced from $54,490 (the manual ST-X dual cab retails for $51,990); the seven-speed auto version asks $56,990 (the auto ST-X dual cab costs $54,490).
All else remains the same as the ST-X dual cab 4x4, including the 140kW/450Nm 2.3-litre twin-turbo diesel engine, shift-on-the fly 4WD system and 3500kg braked towing capacity.