Nissan Patrol receives a light refresh following a bumper year of sales. Nissan has revealed the new 2022 facelifted Patrol with lightly revised elements outside on both Ti and Ti-L variants. The update for 2022 gives the Ti and Ti-L two differing looks: Ti models get a new black grille,
Nissan says work is underway on a new Patrol and that it could be styled as a retro throwback, much like the popular new Ford Bronco. Nissan has confirmed it is working on the new generation Patrol and told us that it’s considering a design that includes throwbacks to the
Nissan’s LandCruiser rival arrives in Australia with a new look, improved ride, safety, and tech.
It might not be the epitome of frugal four-wheel driving but Nissan shows its V8 Patrol has other talents.
Important changes to Nissan’s hulking V8 four-wheel drive are expected to land in Australia soon.
Four-wheel drives generally have a longer model lifecycle than passenger cars, but some nameplates take this to the extreme…Here are the Top 5 Oldest Surviving 4×4 Nameplates still available on the Aussie new-car market.
We thought we’d compare the run-out Nissan Patrol Ti with the Toyota LandCruiser GXL – they are natural rivals, after all.
The refreshed 2018 Nissan Patrol has been announced with the entry-level Ti variant priced from $71,990+ORC.
A facelifted 2018 Nissan Patrol will launch in Australia later this year with stock of the existing Y62 Patrol all but exhausted, according to dealers and buyers…
We answer a few quick queries from readers on everything from 6×6 conversions to the importance of air conditioning in cars…
In 1987, the Nissan Patrol won the diesel-class of the Paris-Dakar… with the win under its belt the Patrol was retired and forgotten about for almost 30 years.
The Nissan Patrol is a firm favourite on Australian tracks, but Nissan has announced the Y61 Patrol is now in runout… here’s our walk down memory lane.