2015 Nissan Patrol Y62 V8 – huge price cut, changes to trim grades
Nissan have improved the value of the Y62 Patrol for 2015.
- HBMC (Hydraulic Body Motion Control) suspension. This system cross-links diagonal wheels to provide both better articulation offroad, and flatter cornering on-road. This was previously limited to higher-spec models.
- Leather accented seats
- Satnav (now with traffic monitoring so you get real-time traffic updates.
- Around-View monitor cameras
- Tyre pressure monitoring
|2015 Nissan Patrol V8 automatic|
2015 Model MSRP*
Difference (between MSRPs)
Patrol V8 ST-L
Patrol V8 Ti (eight seats)
Patrol V8 Ti-L (seven seats)
** Maximum recommended drive-away price for the stock vehicle in Victoria including 12 months’ registration, 12 months’ CTP and applicable statutory charges, dealer delivery and administration charges. Price is based on a private owner aged 40 with a good driving record and the vehicle being garaged in Victoria. Prices may differ depending on State purchased, individual’s personal circumstances and will vary from dealer to dealer.
Could this be what’s needed to kickstart Y62 sales, albeit rather late in the car’s lifecycle? Enthusiasts who drive Y61 Patrols have never loved the Y62’s size, petrol engine or independent suspension but for all that, our review found it is not a bad vehicle at all, and one with significant capability. And at $20k+ cheaper it becomes something of a bargain, so if you were in the market for a 4WD wagon and didn’t have the Y62 on your list it is now time to reconsider. The only people who have lost our are those who just bought a Y62…but our information is that nobody was paying close to sticker price anyway.