Nissan’s hardwearing Navara is already recognized by off-road enthusiasts as being a highly-capable go-anywhere 4×4 model, though the Japanese-made double-cab has gotten even more ruggedized in its latest incarnation: the Navara OFF-ROADER AT32.
Born out of a joint effort between Nissan and Icelandic off-road specialists, Arctic Trucks, the OFF-ROADER AT32 features a bevy of 4×4 upgrades, including full aluminum underbody protection, 32” Nokian off-road tires wrapped around 17” satin black alloy rims, Arctic Trucks Performance Suspension with Bilstein shocks, wheel arch extensions, new side-steps and mud-guards, and the standard electronic locking rear differential lock is joined by an optional front differential locker. Other updates include a generous 31.5” wade depth, bolstered entry and departure angles (helped along by hill start assist and descent control), better fuel economy, and wheel offset on either side and ride height both being increased by 20mm, resulting in 9.6” of ground clearance. Nissan is also offering a myriad of optional add-ons for the AT32, including a snorkel kit, bed styling bar, styling bar light kit, upgraded bed liners, bed-roll cover, and a body-color-matched hardtop, just to name a few. Though pricing has yet to be announced, the Nissan Navara OFF-ROADER AT32 is slated to enter showrooms in February of 2020.