Nissan Navara STX Blackline, X-Trail and Pathfinder Adventure announced

April 18, 2013

Nissan Australia has introduced a handful of special editions to its fleet, including the Nissan Navara Blackline, the Nissan Micra Plus, and the X-Trail and Pathfinder Adventure. The special editions bring added value across the board.

Following in the current theme of offering a ‘black’ version, the Navara STX Blackline comes with, you guessed it, a number of black-coloured features. There’s a black nudge bar at the front matching a black sports bar in the ute tray, and a black tonneau cover.

Standard equipment thrown in with the Blackline extends to satellite navigation with HEMA tracks, a Navara cool box, metallic paint, driving lights, a tub liner, carpet mats, driving lights, and a full tow bar and wiring kit. A reverse parking camera is also standard.

All up, over $7000 of added value is packed into the Blackline. The STX, which comes with a turbo-diesel V6 producing a class-leading 170kW and 550Nm, is matched to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Prices start at $54,888 driveaway for vehicles ordered before April 30.

As for the other special editions joining Nissan’s showroom, the Micra Plus comes with rear park assist and metallic paint, while the X-Trail and Pathfinder ‘Adventure’ are filled with considerable value.

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The X-Trail Ti AWD Adventure comes with $3200 worth of equipment, including roof bars, special badges, two bike carriers, and a choice of one of four different Avanti bicycles. Prices start at $42,990 driveaway for orders made before April 30.

The Pathfinder ST-L Adventure comes with $5500 in added equipment, including satellite navigation, a front DVD player, an alloy nudge bar, tow bar, a 41-litre cool box, and a smoked bonnet protector. Prices start at $56,990 driveaway for the manual transmission version, for orders made before April 30.

The packages certainly provide a touch of exclusivity, and will be on sale for a limited time.

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.