In this video, Jenny reviews the latest Nissan Patrol to hit the Australian shores. It’s the 2018 Nissan Patrol in the premium Ti-L trim. It’s a huge 7 seater with a lot on offer.

This is the latest version of the Patrol, nearing the end of its era and the result of a bit of a facelift/redesign that happened last year. It remains a far departure from the boxy, rugged styling of its predecessor – the Y61 model.

The new Patrol packs a 5.6 liter V8 with 298 kW or power and 560 Nm of torque. The official fuel consumption of 14.4 l per 100 km.

Nissan’s latest Patrol 4WD has lost some ground to its main rival in the Toyota Landcruiser for one main reason in a category where diesel is king, there is currently only a petrol engine available.

Engine Specifications

Engine: 5.6 Litre V8 Petrol
Power: 298 kW – 400 hp @ 5800 rpm
Torque: 560 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
Fuel Consumption: 14.4L/100km
Transmission: 7 Speed automatic transmission with Manual
Mode & Adaptive Shift Control (ASC)



  • Intelligent 4WD shift switch (Auto, 4H & 4L) with mode select (On Road, Sand, Snow, Rock)
  • Drive Computer
  • Tachometer and twin trip odometer
  • Digital clock
  • Low fuel level warning indicator
  • Door ajar warning indicator
  • Oil pressure, water temperature and volt meter gauge
  • Outside temperature display
  • Dash illumination control
  • Leave key warning
  • Lights on warning


  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Intelligent Around-View® Monitor (AVM)
    with Moving Object Detection
  • Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) including
    Traction Control System (TCS)
  • Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and
    Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
  • Hill Descent Control (HDC) with
    on/off switch and Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Nissan Anti Theft System (NATS)
    vehicle immobiliser and bonnet alarm
  • Driver and passenger
    front and side impact SRS airbags
  • Curtain SRS airbags all 3 rows
  • Driver and passenger 3 point ELR
    seatbelts with pretensioners, load limiters
    and height adjustment
  • Second and third row 3 point ELR
  • 2nd row child restraint anchorage points
    (2 x ISOFIX outer seats, 2 x top tether)
  • 3rd row child restraint anchorage point
    (right hand seat)
  • Driver and passenger seatbelt warning
    and reminder
  • Front adjustable active headrests
  • Rear adjustable headrests
  • Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)
  • Forward Collision Warning (FCW)
  • Intelligent Distance Control
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Intelligent Lane Intervention
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
  • Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention
  • Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA)
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)


  • Sunroof (electric one-touch power tilt & slide)
  • Power operated tailgate
  • Automatic headlights
  • Automatic headlight leveliser
  • Xenon headlights
  • Headlight washers
  • Follow Me Home headlight function
  • Front fog lights
  • Heated door mirrors with power
    adjustment/folding & integrated
    indicator lights
  • Front variable intermittent rain sensing
  • Rear intermittent wiper with demister
  • LED rear combination light
  • Side steps
  • Rear spoiler
  • Front and rear mud guards
  • Front and rear towing hooks
  • Chrome exterior door handles
  • One touch turn signal
  • Front door UV reducing glass
  • Rear side, back and sunroof privacy glass
  • Front windscreen with laminated glass
  • Electromagnetic fuel lid opener
  • V8 Emblem


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