Nissan launched a limited edition Navara to celebrate the launch on the new Bruce Willis movie. The new limited edition is called DIE HARD 4.0 and will go on sale on 2 July at a price of £18,995 + VAT (for the manual version) and £20,095 for the automatic version.
The DIE HARD 4.0 is based on the just launched 2008 model year 2.5 dCi Navara Outlaw double cab plus optional Premium Pack. It comes equipped with such luxuries as electrically adjusted front seats, leather upholstery, in-dash 6 CD changer, specially logo’d floor mats, chrome door mirrors with integrated indicators, 17″ alloy wheels, cruise control and an electric sunroof. To this list is added a hand polished stainless steel styling bar behind the cab area, head turning DIE HARD 4.0 body decals with a shattered glass effect, plus the individually numbered tailgate badge.
To match the rugged criteria of the vehicle only three colours qualified for the privilege – Flame (proof) Red, Eye of the ‘Storm Grey’ and a Walk on the Darkside – ‘Metallic Black’.
Five of the 444 trucks will be more prized than others. Once all the vehicles are sold, and it’s not expected to take long, all the new owners’ names will go into a hat and numbers 1, 4, 44, 400 and 444 will be randomly allocated and in addition will receive a free specification upgrade as found on the top of the range Aventura model. The additional equipment over the standard NAVARA DIE HARD 4.0 includes a voice activated DVD satellite navigation with a full colour 7″ screen and a premium audio with MP3 CD compatibility worth £1200.
Anyone not lucky enough to get their hands on one of these limited edition Navaras needn’t worry to much. Nissan is offering a unique opportunity to win the 40th NAVARA DIE HARD 4.0 through a competition run by The Sun newspaper on 6 July, two days after the film’s general release.