In August Nissan launched a special edition version of its Navara pick-up based on the top of the range Tekna.
With a price tag of £28,052 excluding VAT, Nissan is limiting the Trek-1° to a production run of 400 examples.
The name Trek-1° derives from the geographical location of the Navarre desert in northern Spain, at -1° longitude. The model is powered by the 190hp version of the Navara’s 2.3-litre dCi diesel engine, which offers official fuel economy figures of 44.9 mpg for the six-speed manual transmission and 40.1mpg for the seven-speed automatic.
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Styling features include bed-mounted styling bars with LED spot lamps, side styling bars and Trek-1° decals. It also gets exclusive black 18-inch alloy wheels and a new load bed cover hinged at the end nearest the cab and operated by gas struts at either side.
Beneath the cover is a load bed divider and liner, which keeps loads secure during transportation. It’s fitted into the load bed’s C-channel restraint system, allowing it to slide forwards and backwards for ease of access and loading.