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Nissan Navara owners who are looking at outfitting their pick-up trucks can now turn to the official Nissan channel in Malaysia.
ETCM’s after-sales subsidiary, Tan Chong Ekspres Auto Servis (TCEAS), now offers Ironman 4X4 accessories at selected branches via Rustcare, the exclusive distributor for the 4X4 accessories brand.

Both the current, NP300-generation Navara as well as the previous D40-generation Navara are catered for, with four pre-packaged sets for each of the two latest generations of the Navara pick-up; the Suspension Pack, the Suspension Pack Pro, the Challenger Pack, and the Challenger Pack Pro.

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The items specified in the tables above can be ordered a la carte for their respective models, and beyond that, more accessories are also available upon request, such as LED light bars, winches, bull bars, integrated side rails with integrated running boards, and more.

You may have noticed that the orange NP300 Navara photographed here sports rear leaf springs; this is a Thai-spec demonstrator, while Malaysian NP300 Navaras are coil sprung at the rear. As befitting each model and as reflected in the spec tables above, the previous, D40 Navara and the current, NP300 Navara will have leaf spring and coil spring components respectively.

For the NP300, prices start from RM5,159.55 (West Malaysia) and RM5,399 (East Malaysia) for the base Suspension Pack, right up to RM15,521.10 (West Malaysia) and RM16,252.05 (East Malaysia) for the Challenger Pack Pro. For the D40, the base Suspension Pack comes in at RM7,608 (West Malaysia) and RM7,972.40 (East Malaysia), with the Challenger Pack Pro kit peaking at RM17,688.75 (West Malaysia) and RM18,530.70 (East Malaysia). All prices include GST.

Each of these packages are eligible for a 0% credit payment plan via all major credit cards, at each of the participating TCEAS centres. Ironman suspension accessories come with a three-year, 60,000 km warranty while other Ironman accessories are covered by a one-year warranty.


Meanwhile, the Nissan Glenmarie 4S Centre now features dedicated work bay and customer lounge areas for Infiniti owners. Three technicians and two work bays in the service centre offer service, repair and diagnostics services, specifically for the premium brand at the Glenmarie centre.

Alongside the dedicated Infiniti services, TCEAS has introduced the first Supagard vehicle detailing dealership at the Glenmarie facility, which the company says is an “in-house car saloon with an air-conditioned “Glass-Mirror” room concept offering world class protection and value” for its Nissan customers.