Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior Celebrates 5000 Model Built

The 5,000th model of the locally engineered Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior has completed final assembly.

He nissan navara It’s been outpaced by Chinese SUVs from Great Wall Motors and LDV so far this year, but there’s a glimmer of hope for the aging pickup: Demand for the locally-developed flagship model is off the charts.

The 5,000th example of the Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior rolled off the Melbourne assembly line earlier this month.

The vehicles arrive from Thailand in the standard Nissan Navara Pro-4X look, before being updated by Premcar, the former team behind Ford Performance Vehicles, at a facility on the northern outskirts of Melbourne.

Locally designed upgrades such as new wheels, tires, suspension and a high clearance tow bar assembly were installed, along with a unique skid bar, fender flares and Warrior decals.

Vehicle number 5,000 rolled off the line on April 6, 2023, but the photos have just been released.

The first Nissan Navara Warrior rolled off the local assembly line in October 2019.

The landmark vehicle will not be preserved for historical purposes; instead, it will be shipped to a Nissan dealer to help eliminate backlog.

Since the first example of the Nissan Navara Warrior came out three and a half years ago, weekly production has ranged from 30 to 70 vehicles per week, depending on vehicle availability.

At this time, approximately 60 examples of the Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior are being produced each week, as the company tries to keep up with demand and reduce wait times.

In a press release, Premcar boss Bernie Quinn said: “The 5000th car means a lot. In a very short time, the Warrior program has grown from the original Navara N-Trek Warrior to the current PRO-4X Warrior and SL”. Variants of the warrior model.

“And with the Nissan Patrol Warrior development program in full swing, we can’t wait to add it to our local new vehicle assembly lines and see it in Nissan showrooms across the country.”

Joshua Dowling has been a motorsports journalist for over 20 years, spending most of that time working for The Sydney Morning Herald (as motorsports editor and an early member of the Drive team) and News Corp Australia. He joined CarAdvice/Drive in 2018 and has been a World Car of the Year judge for over 10 years.

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