As we all know, Nissan Pickup Navara also has a large audience in the market by virtue of its high cost performance. The durable product features make it like an old scalper, hardworking. Although it already has good off-road performance, it also has a huge room for modification. Turning our attention to today’s protagonist, this Nissan Navara has undergone a series of upgrades on the basis of the original car, and finally made the vehicle’s ground clearance reach 243 mm, further improving the passability.
This refitting company named Arctic Trucks may be known to most people. After all, it has launched the classic Arctic Trucks Isuzu D-Max version, which can be described as famous for a while. As for this modified version of Nissan Navara, as shown in the picture, the suspension is re-customized, the tires are replaced with 32-inch all-terrain tires, and the protection of the chassis is also strengthened. For the whole vehicle, a series of modifications also raised the whole vehicle by 40 mm. In addition, after replacing the AT32 tires, the wheel arches were also upgraded.
Matched with 32-inch all-terrain tires are 17-inch aluminum alloy rims, the combination of the two further strengthens the rough shape, and due to the increase in tire specifications, the passability of the vehicle is also improved, with an approach angle of 35°, The passing angle is 24°, and with the optional wading hose, the wading depth of the vehicle reaches 800 mm. Of course, the wading hose is not the only optional accessory. In addition to the rear axle differential lock, Arctic Trucks does not mind installing a differential lock on the front axle.
However, it needs to be pointed out that this modification program launched by Arctic Trucks is only applicable to double-row models, and this model is also equipped with uphill assist and steep slope descent functions. If you are not very confident in your off-road ability, the panoramic image and emergency braking function equipped with the car can also provide a certain degree of help. In terms of power system, Arctic Trucks said that there are two versions to choose from, one of which is a 2.3-liter turbocharged diesel engine with a maximum output of 158 horsepower and a peak output torque of 410 Nm, which is matched with a Six-speed automatic transmission, the other is a twin-turbocharged version, with a maximum output of 187 horsepower and a peak output torque of 445 Nm, which is matched with a seven-speed automatic transmission.