Nissan Navara pickup (2004-2015) - MPG, running costs & CO2
The Nissan Navara is relatively cheap to buy, but you’ll struggle to better 30mpg
As the Nissan Navara is classed as a light goods vehicle, road tax costs £225 a year for all versions, irrespective of their CO2 emissions.
Nissan Navara MPG and CO2
All versions of the Nissan Navara have broadly similar running costs, but – like all commercial vehicles – its real-world fuel consumption varies significantly depending on the amount of cargo being carried.
For the record, the cheapest model to run should be the Visia Double Cab, with official average economy of 34.5mpg. The Double Cab Acenta and Tekna models match the King Cab Acenta with 33.6mpg. With an automatic gearbox, the Double Cab Tekna manages 31.8mpg.
The costliest to run, but by a smaller margin than you might expect, is the Outlaw V6. Here, the 3.0-litre V6 engine will return 29.7mpg.
Double Cab models with the 2.5-litre engine and a manual gearbox emit between 215 and 222 grams per kilometre of CO2. Choosing automatic transmission bumps the emissions up to 235g/km, while the Outlaw V6 model emits 250g/km.
Nissan Navara insurance groups
The Nissan Navara range falls into insurance groups 10 and 11. In comparison, the Toyota Hilux range is in groups 8 to 10 and the Ford Ranger falls into groups 10 to 13. The VW Amarok should be the cheapest to insure of the lot, thanks to its group 7 and 8 ratings.
Nissan Navara warranty
The Navara is covered by a fairly standard three-year/60,000-mile warranty. This cover can be extended for up to three more years for an additional fee.
Nissan Navara servicing
The Nissan Navara requires servicing every 12,500 miles or 12 months, whichever comes sooner. Sadly, the Navara is excluded from Nissan’s Service Care scheme, which offers fixed-price servicing and repairs.