The release of the Nissan Navara single-cab range has seen the introduction of our normally aspirated petrol engine, which produces 118kW and 233Nm. Our team at CMH Nissan Midrand can guarantee you that this range-topping Nissan Navara single cab has the higher-output version of the 2.5-litre motor. Offering 140kW and 450Nm, all our single-cab Navara’s come with a six-speed manual transmission. However, the SE and LE models are, available with four-wheel drive. The XE workhorse derivative keeps things rather basic with a bench seat upholstered in PVC. With basic features, such as air conditioning, dual airbags, and ABS.
Opt for the mid-spec SE grade and you get separate seats with cloth trim, electric windows, remote central locking, steering-mounted controls, and a conventional audio system with Bluetooth connectivity. Another Additional safety spec comes in the form of side, curtain and driver’s knee airbags, Vehicle Dynamic Control, Trailer Stability Assist and Hill Descent Control. A diff lock is also part of the deal from SE upwards. Above all that, the LE range-topper gains a touch-screen infotainment system with CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, reverse camera, and cruise control.
Nissan South Africa (NSA) states that the diesel front, the base XE and mid-spec SE models are powered by the lower-output version of the Nissan 2.5-litre turbodiesel engine. However, with 120kW and 403Nm on tap, it still has class-leading power. All single-cab models ship with 16-inch steel wheels as standard. Unlike the double cabs, the single-cab Navara reverts to leaf-spring rear suspension, which is no doubt a better bet in this harder-working application. It also has a payload of 1 065kg for the base model. A topping to most customers visiting us at CMH Nissan Midrand must be a 209 mm ground clearance. All our Nissan Navara single-cab models are also backed up by a six-year/150 000km warranty and a six-year/90 000km service plan.