Introduced for the first time at Brussels Motor Show in January, a special version of the award-winning Navara pickup badged Trek-1° is now available for sale in the UK with a price tag from €35,065 (P2.32 million).
Speaking of the name’s origin, Trek-1° relates to a geographical location of the Navarre desert in the north of Spain. Sitting on the top-spec Tekna’s platform, the Trek-1° Special Edition currently comes with a vast array of additional features on both appearance and performance.
The Nissan Navara Trek-1° is now available for sale in the UK from €35,065
The exterior of this new pickup is properly appreciated with black sport styling bars as well as black side styling bars, LED headlights, two powerful LED spot lamps attached to the top section and an exclusive set of 18-inch alloy wheel.
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Additionally, the pickup also features a “smart new load bed cover” made from high-grade durable plastic. This bed cover can be optionally painted in black or white. Underneath the cover is a load bed divider and liner which is in charge of keeping those load safe during transportation thanks to a C-channel restraint system. Likewise, this system helps facilitate the ease of access and loading.
The pickup also features a “smart new load bed cover”
The cockpit is fitted with leather seats, heated front seats and rear parking sensors. Moreover, it is decidedly more functional with NissanConnect infotainment system integrated with satellite navigation system and DAB digital radio as well as a 360° around view monitor.
The car is available in two colors: Black Metallic and Storm White
The Nissan Navara Trek-1° Special Edition is available in two colors including Black Metallic and limited Storm White. Particularly, this car is limited to just 1,500 examples across Europe.
Let's watch a video review of the 2017 Nissan Navara Trek 1°:
Nissan Navara Trek 1° 2017 Review
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