Sole authorised distributors of Nissan vehicles in Ghana, Auto Parts Limited, has unveiled the new Nissan Navara pick-up.
The 2.5-litre turbo diesel engine pickup manufactured in South Africa with Japanese Technology has enhanced features.
Speaking at the ceremony to launch the new Nissan Navara pick-up, Sales and Marketing Director of Auto Parts, Noor Accad said the new Navara which delivers an enhanced level of safety, comfort, and driving pleasure was purposely built in Africa for African conditions.
“When you want the power to keep pushing forward, the Navara offers a powerful 2.5 l intercooled turbo diesel engine giving you up to 140 KW of power and 450 Newton meters of torque. At a quick shifting 7-speed automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission for all the horsepower and brain power to conquer all terrains,” she said.
According to her, the new Navara has additional optional features like intelligence electronic driver assist features like Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control and 360 degrees around view monitor with off-road mode adding, “with stronger rear-axles you can load up to 1.1 tonnes and howling 3.5 tonnes with confidence”.
“Get inside the Nissan Navara and experience an SUV cabin like never before which comes fully loaded with Bluetooth, 8” inch touch screen infotainment system such as Apple Car play, android auto, Google maps and all favourite apps and songs.
“The new Nissan Navara features a three-year or 100,000 km warranty and offer servicing every three months or 5,000 km,” he said.
She also noted that Nissan is on an exciting journey to fully embrace technology when it comes to the future of mobility especially in Africa.
“Nissan is committed to producing relevant and future forward vehicles that deliver on our mission statement of “Driving innovation to enrich people’s lives” and the all new Navara is a perfect example of that global promise, brought to life and brought to you in Ghana,” she added.
The launch event was graced by H.E. Mr. Hinsanobu Mochizuki and H. E. Ms. Grace Jeanet Manson Ambassadors of Japan and South Africa respectively. Also in attendance were other diplomats and business leaders.