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Nissan has unveiled what it describes as its toughest Navara yet – the OFF-ROADER AT32. Building on the previous limited edition, it is claiming... Two upgrades and a new model variant unveiled

Nissan Navara OFF-ROADER AT32
Nissan has unveiled what it describes as its toughest Navara yet – the OFF-ROADER AT32. Building on the previous limited edition, it is claiming improved fuel economy – and a better drive.

Created through a partnership between Nissan and Icelandic off-road experts Arctic Trucks, the new OFF-ROADER AT32 uses full underbody shielding which has been upgraded to a lightweight aluminium material. The improved shape ensures a more comprehensive protection of underbody components.

In addition, new 31.6’ Nokian tyres have been fitted, improving fuel economy and emissions, and enhancing on-road handling without compromising its off-road ability. The special satin black alloy wheels are fitted with dual valves to allow the fast and accurate adjustment of tyre pressure when moving between different terrains.

For owners who need to venture even further off the beaten track, optional accessories include an electronic lock for the front differential to boost traction in extreme conditions. An air intake snorkel is also available, which increases the Navara’s maximum wading depth to a 800mm.

Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35
Arctic Trucks is also behind the upgraded Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35. It retains its eye-catching features including 35” Nokian Rotiiva Tyres, black alloys and flared wheel arch extensions but also receives new upgrades.

Fox performance series suspension has been replaced with a new Bilstein suspension to help tackle even tougher terrains.

The exterior has been enhanced with newly designed extended profile black side steps that incorporate a tread pattern, and the new AT logo with lava colour coding and a bespoke leather trim has been tailored specifically for the latest model.  

Complementing the rear parking sensors and reversing camera, a front camera is positioned on the front bumper and monitors the area in front of the truck that would normally be in the driver’s blind spot. These images are displayed on the touchscreen to aid manoeuvring when parking.

Mitsubishi L200 Trojan
Mitsubishi’s well-received L200 Series 6 range has been extended with a new model, the Trojan. It features the  Super Select 4WD system and the striking exterior appearance of the L200 Warrior and Barbarian, thanks to 18-inch alloy wheels and chrome styling which includes a chrome front grille, exterior door handles and door mirrors.

Available with a choice of a six-speed manual or a new six-speed automatic transmission, the Mitsubishi L200 Trojan is powered by a new Euro 6d-compliant 2,268cc turbo diesel engine which helps to deliver lower emissions and improved fuel efficiency.

The Mitsubishi L200 Trojan also comes complete with a host of safety equipment such as Forward Collision Mitigation, Lane Departure Warning and automatic lights and wipers, along with active stability and traction control, seven airbags, Hill Start Assist and Trailer Stability Control systems that are standard across the L200 range.