Unfortunately we will be leaving the Navara fold and returning to Toyotas and Landrovers. We bought three D22 2.5Di's in 2003 and 2004 for our commercial use as spraying machines, mostly on golf courses. They had all done between 70,000 and 100,000 miles when all three experienced catastophic con rod failures at the big end leading in two cases to complete engine destruction. This despite regular servicing and good oil and not being abused. The break in every case was via the oil way at the big end of the con rod and I have photos that show this on the one we managed to stop in time if anyone wants to see this. We also had a rear wheel, complete with half shaft come of one vehicle at 60,000 miles in the middle of the M1. How no one was injured or worse I'll never know. Nissan are pretending that there is no problem but talk to any engine rebuilder and you will hear the truth. They have lists of punters needing Navara engines and they won't give any warranties on those they rebuild. I am sure this is a major problem and bet there are lots of others out there in the same boat. Anyway, it's back to good old trusty Toyotas and Landrovers now. They never let us down on mileages far, far greater than these and they traded well at the end too.