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2009 Nissan Navara – are you selling





2009 Nissan Navara – are you selling
Condition  report – The car has no sunroof, leather or Sat Nav. light scratches across drivers door, and slight tear on drivers seat. It needs a detail inside and out.
Odometer shows – 145752 kms, engine size 4, Manual transmission, seats 5, doors 4, 4×4 drive, diesel  engine.
It was bought in Adelaide 5045
Paid $12,000 cash for the car

The private online sales of the 2009 Nissan Navara ranges from roughly $6,000 to $23,000 depending on service history, kilometres driven, number of owners, use of car (occupational or recreational etc.) and general wear and tear.

Engine options are 2.5 litre diesel or 4.0 litre petrol engine with either 5-speed auto or a 5 or 6-speed manual transmission. The Diesel engine makes 128 KW and 403 Nm of torque, while the petrol made 198 Kw. By far the most purchased options were the Diesel engine and 5-speed auto trans.There are also several different editions with various safety and performance packages at different price points.

The dual-cab off-roading vehicles have steadily been gaining popularity over the last decade with major players such as the Mitsubishi Triton and the long-loved Toyota Hilux. The Nissan Navara, while often considered a step down from the top names, is making a comfy spot for itself in this rising genre. The appeal, at least in theory, is the capabilities for rough terrain with the toughness to be a work horse, and enough room to drive around friends or children if needed.

The Fuel economy is nothing to boast about except in the occasion of off-roading in the bush where it can comfortable blunder along without revving the engine and therefore uses much less than its petrol counterpart.

Unfortunately, while the Navara was marketed as somewhat of an off-road vehicle, this puts buyers of secondhand vehicles at risk of significant wear and tear. Things to look for are underbody damage, radiator damage, drive-shaft issues, and other problems from driving on rough terrain. As with any used car, it is ideal to get a proper mechanic to check everything out to make sure it’s not going to have a major issue surprise you.

Not buying or selling a Nissan Navara? Check out one of our Nissan Buying & Selling guides here.