Nissan has revealed an updated version of their go-anywhere Patrol. The hugely updated Patrol goes on sale in the Middle East at end of this month. No word has come out yet about local availability.
The updated Patrol includes Nissan’s V-motion grille along with new boomerang-shaped LED headlights. The headlight design housing is also incorporated into the bumper design giving the Patrol a wider and imposing stance. At the back, the Patrol’s new taillights also sport the boomerang shape. They are integrated along with a large chrome nameplate and sequential rear turn indicators, which have been added for the first time on a Nissan vehicle.
Inside, a new center console incorporates dual displays featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A plusher environment is offered courtesy of new diamond-stitch quilted leather seats with added padding. Nissan claims to have made the cabin quieter by reducing the noise and vibration that is able to make its way inside the cabin. Additionally, Nissan has improved cooling and air flow distribution systems for quicker cooling which is ideal in hot climates that the Patrol often finds itself in.
The updated Patrol is offered with a V6 and a V8 engine. The base 4.0-liter V6 produces 205 kW of power and 394 Nm of torque. The 5.6-liter V8 produces 298 kW of power and 560 Nm of torque. The V8 ups the ante with a Hydraulic Body Motion Control system that ensures a more comfortable ride thanks to improved suspension and vibration reduction.
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