We’re back with a new in-depth walk-around video, this time featuring the new Nissan NP300 Navara. You’ve seen just how good the new Mother Trucker is in our Driven Web Series – against the revamped Ford Ranger and new Mitsubishi Triton, no less – as well as our comprehensive written review, but which variant should you actually put your money on? Watch the video to find out.

The Navara was launched in November in base single cab and E, SE, V and VL double cab variants – all featuring the 163 PS/403Nm (190 PS/450 Nm on the VL) 2.5 litre YD25DDTi four-cylinder turbodiesel and four-wheel drive. A six-speed manual gearbox is standard on the single cab, E and SE models; the SE also has a seven-speed automatic as an option, while the V and VL models have it as standard.

It’s a handsome thing, with available equipment including LED projector headlights with LED daytime running lights, 18-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and start, leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear air-conditioning vents (first for the segment), dual airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist as well as stability control. Do note, however, that a lot of these are only available on the top VL.

The Navara is unique in that it’s the only mainstream pick-up truck sold in Malaysia (the oddball SsangYong Actyon Sports notwithstanding) to come with a multi-link rear suspension with coil springs. This results in a better ride, but also makes the rear sink under heavy loads.

Prices start from at RM79,000 for the single cab model, while the base double cab E retails at RM89,800. Moving up the range, there’s the SE that costs RM97,800 for the manual and RM102,800 for the automatic model, followed by the automatic-only V priced at RM109,800. The VL with all the bells and whistles tops the range with a retail sticker of RM120,800. All prices are on-the-road without insurance.

You can see the NP300 Navara’s full specifications, options and colour choices on CarBase.my. But enough writing – watch the video above to find out which one you should buy, and sound off in the comments after the jump. Thanks for watching.

GALLERY: Nissan NP300 Navara VL