For the new Navara variant, the carmaker says it has added more than $7000 in Nissan Genuine features, including a nudge bar and driving lights, a wired tow bar kit, satellite navigation with HEMA tracks and a reversing camera.
There's also a cool box and tub liner, a black sports bar with stop light, black soft tonneau cover, carpet floor mats, Blackline Edition badging and free metallic paint.
The ST-X Blackline Edition is priced at $54,888 drive-away, and is powered by the familiar 170kW/550Nm turbocharged V6 diesel mated to a seven-speed auto.
For the light Micra, Nissan has introduced the $17,990 (drive-away) Plus Special Edition, building on the existing 1.5 litre ST-L automatic model with metallic paint, Rear Park Assist and 'Plus Special Edition' badging.
Interestingly, the limited-edition Micra variant also comes with an Apple iPad Mini with a Nissan-branded case and auxiliary audio cable.
At the larger end of the deal, the $42,990 (drive-away) X-Trail Adventure Special Edition builds on the CVT-equipped Ti AWD model with roof bars, two bike carriers an Adventure Special Edition badging.
Like the Micra, the limited-edition X-Trail variant also offers a 'value add' feature: a choice of one of four Avanti bicycle packages.
The $56,990 (drive-away) Pathfinder Adventure Special Edition is based on the ST-L grade and can be had in manual or automatic form. The package adds satellite navigation with HEMA tracks, a DVD player in the front, an alloy nuge bar, tow bar, smoked bonnet protector, roof bars, 41 litre cool box and Adventure Special Edition badging.
All four limited-edition models are available now, with drive-away pricing available on vehicles ordered between April 14-30 and delivered by June 30.
The deal is open to private buyers and ABN holders only.