Heavy-Duty Canopy Explorer for a Nissan Navara D40 D/Cab 2005-2015 in black with checker plate doors.
Even if not available right now you are welcome to send your pre-order.
The heavy-duty canopies from Alu-Cab are in many ways unique in the market. With processed material almost all from Aluminum, the canopy have exceptional advantage of UV- and corrosion resistance. The Aluminum frame gives the canopy advantages of lightness and rigidity. With an Alu-Cab hardtop it is possible to put big loads on the roof and be able to customize the inside thanks to the C-Rails integrated in the Aluminum frame. The side doors over the hole length makes it easy to accesses the inside of the canopy.
The Explorer models have a rear door over the whole length were the Adventure canopies have a small door that leaves place for a ladder or a jerrycan holder on both sides.
The mounting of the canopy occur through the vehicle specific brackets that are delivered with the canopy. These are connected through original mounting pointes in the vehicle. This allows a quick and easy mounting process that doesn’t require drilling.
With a wide range of available accessories it is possible to adjust the canopy with cargo rail or an inside kitchen kit for the appropriate task. Wether it is camping or working with the Alu-Cab Canopy you will be able to adapt and execute in the best way possible.
What is Included?
1x Aluminum Canopy
1x Bracket Set
Side doors over the whole length
Safety glass with E-approval
Aluminium Profiles with integrated C-rails
Two Aluminium C-Rails on the roof
Centre flex, waterproof hinges
LED- Light inside of Canopy
Walkable roof with non slip checker plate
High quality Locks
Requires no drilling or assembly
Weight: from 52 kg for Double Cab
Roof Load: 200 kg Dynamic, 400 kg static
The canopy installation instructions for the Nissan Navara D40 are almost identical to the new instructions for the 2016+ model. The only difference is that the mounts on the D40 are a bit shorter and have to be drilled upwards!
- Navara D40
- Construction Year