Above: This Week’s Car Review – 2020 Nissan Navara

Above: This Week’s Car Review – 2020 Nissan Navara VS Toyota Hilux ON THE FARM

Above: This Week’s Car Review – 2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek

How Easy is Nissan Navara N-Trek Warroir to use: Highway, City, Parking

Nissan Navara is a favourite with tradies. But what you may not know is that LCV (pickup trucks) are the best-selling vehicles in Australia.


They’re versatile, and fairly economical, and very roomy. They do, however, take up a lot of space.

Is Navara is to drive on the highway?

Nissan Navara is not exactly spritely. The grunt is meant to help when you have a load on. That doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Not only that, but long trips are comfortable. There is a ton of space.

We took Nissan Navara on a mini road trip to our secret farm location. We set it against Hilux, and didn’t we have fun.

Meanwhile, the road trip was smooth and comfortable. In fact, I’d have happily driven much further.

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ABOVE: 2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior (princess)

How easy Is Nissan Navara to park?

The N-Trek Warrior is the top Nissan Navara, and comes with a 360 camera.

It allows you to swing into tight spaces with pin point precision. You still fell like you’re imn a big vehicle, but you can out it exactly where you want it.

Not only that, but there are sensors that warn you if you’re too close to objects. It keeps an eye on all 4 corners, letting you concentrate on the direction of travel.

The high driving position is the best place to perch for parking.

How easy is Nissan Navara Warrior to drive in town?

You have to allow a bit of extra room when cornering of course, but other than that, it’s like driving any other car.

Traffic lights are no problem. First gear is nice and low, and gets you up to town speed fast. Ride even on rubbish roads is good.

It is better with a load in the back, but most cars are.

See HERE for the full review and specs.