What is the difference between a Nissan Navara Tekna and the Outlaw King?

What is the difference between a Navara 2.5 Td Tekna and 2.5 Td Outlaw King?

Asked on 20 July 2018 by Adnaan

Answered by Dan Powell
The Tekna and Outlaw are trim levels, which determine how much equipment you get with the pick-up, like sat nav, leather seats and parking sensors. 'King' denotes the bodystyle and stands for King Cab - this means you get two smaller rear doors and seats that are only really suitable for children or adults over short trips.

The double cab is the most-popular bodystyle, owing to the fact you get a full size interior that can carry four adults. Pick-ups also come in single cab, with just two seats and a larger loadbay. For more on the Nissan Navara, see: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-reviews/nissan/navara-20.../
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