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Nissan Navara gets new Euro-6 engines with AdBlue

The Nissan Navara pick-up truck has been upgraded with a new range of Euro 6 engines.

Both the 187hp twin-turbo and 158hp single turbo versions of the Navara’s 2.3-litre dCi diesel engine now meet the more stringent European emissions regulations, with the truck’s CO2 output now as low as 159 g/km. That’s a reduction of 8g/km on the previous Euro 5 engine with the official combined fuel consumption improving to 46.3mpg – up by 1.4mpg.
The new engines use a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system which means an AdBlue tank has had to have been fitted to the Navara, that will hold 17 litres of the urea solution allowing up to 7,150 miles between refills.

GVW has increased by between 25-35kg to compensate for the increase in kerbweight

Nissan also says a driver assistance message relating to the AdBlue system has been integrated into the Navara’s colour LCD information screen. In addition to the new AdBlue tank, an Idle-Stop System (ISS) is now standard on all Navara manual models, while the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) has increased by between 25-35kg to compensate for the increase in kerbweight of between 5-38kg depending on the model.

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