The Navara has seen several generations and updates over the years. Here’s an overview of the different series of the Nissan Navara up until my knowledge cutoff date in September 2021:
First Generation (D22; 1997-2004):
The first generation Nissan Navara, also known as the D22 series, was introduced in 1997. It was available in various body styles, including single cab, king cab, and double cab. The D22 Navara offered a combination of utility and off-road capability.
Second Generation (D40; 2005-2015):
The D40 Navara was a significant update over its predecessor, featuring a more modern design and improved performance. It was available in both two-wheel-drive (2WD) and four-wheel-drive (4WD) configurations. The D40 introduced a more comfortable and car-like interior, making it suitable for both work and leisure purposes.
Third Generation (NP300; 2014-present):
The third-generation Navara, known as the NP300 series, was introduced in 2014. This version featured a redesigned exterior and interior, incorporating more advanced technology and safety features. It was available in various body styles, including single cab, king cab, and double cab. The NP300 Navara offered a more refined driving experience while maintaining its ruggedness and utility.
Fourth Generation (2021-present, depending on region):
The fourth-generation Navara is the latest iteration of the series. It features further advancements in design, technology, and safety. Nissan has continued to improve the Navara’s off-road capabilities, while also enhancing its comfort and connectivity features.