Nissan has announced prices for the updated version of its Navara Off-Roader AT-32 pick-up, which is available to order now at dealerships.

The revised model, created in partnership with off-road experts Arctic Trucks, is priced (excluding VAT) at £35,761 for a base version with a six-speed manual gearbox, £37,361 with a seven-speed automatic, or £39,111 for an auto in the higher N-Guard trim level.

The updated model features full underbody shielding which has been upgraded to an aluminium material to make it more durable and lightweight, while its design now offers more comprehensive protection of components.

There are also new 31.6in Nokian Rotiiva AT Plus tyres, said to improve fuel economy, emissions, and on-road handling, without compromising off-road performance.

Also, satin black Arctic Trucks alloy wheels are fitted with dual valves, designed to allow fast and accurate adjustment of tyre pressures when moving between different terrains.

Other features carried over from the previous model include extended Arctic Trucks wheel arch flares, and an optimised and elevated Arctic Trucks Bilstein performance suspension system.

Options available to improve the vehicle’s off-road capabilities yet further include an electronic front differential lock, a raised air intake and an extended breather system, with the latter features increasing the Navara’s maximum wading depth to 800mm.

Standard driver assistance systems include hill start assist, hill descent control, intelligent emergency braking and an intelligent around-view monitor.