The Nissan Navara utility was first introduced in Australia and New Zealand in mid-2015. A mid-life production upgrade was introduced to all variants of the Nissan Navara on sale from March 2021. This 5 star ANCAP safety rating is based on testing of the 2015 Navara and applies to all updated Navara D23 variants (single, king & dual cabs) built from December 2020.
Dual frontal, side chest and head-protecting airbags (curtains) and driver knee airbag are standard. Electronic brake distribution (EBD), electronic stability control (ESC) and emergency brake assist (EBA) are also standard. Autonomous emergency braking (AEB City & Interurban) is now standard on all variants built from December 2020. AEB Vulnerable Road User (capable of detecting pedestrians and cyclists) is not available. An active lane support system (LSS) is available as standard on ST, ST-X & Pro-4X variants, but not the SL.
NOTE: Single cab variants of the Nissan Navara achieve an overall score of 34.01, scoring 2.00 for seatbelt reminders. King and dual cab variants score 35.01.