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Price drop and more gear for 2015 Nissan Patrol


Nissan has today confirmed details for the 2015 Nissan Patrol V8, on-sale from early July 2015, slashing up to $27,500 for the new pricing accompanied by significant improvement in specification and value.

The Patrol V8 is now available in two grades, Ti and Ti-L, meaning that many features are available as standard. The ST-L grade has been discontinued.

Standard features fitted across the range include Around View Monitor, Off-Road Monitor, which provides information on steer angle, tyre slip and tyre pressure as well as a compass, and Traffic Monitoring System, which provides real-time traffic updates to help avoid delays, integrated into the navigation system.

Also standard are Hydraulic Body Motion Control (HBMC) suspension system, which consists of two hydraulic systems connected by cross-link hydraulic pipes to the 4-wheel independent suspension’s hydraulic cylinders, absorbing road bumps and reducing body lean when cornering.

Another notable improvement is the new gear-shift lever position, now moved to the right-hand side of the centre console, located closer to driver.

The 2015 Nissan Patrol V8 still features the powerful VK56VD petrol V8 engine, producing 298kW of power and 560Nm of torque, driven through a seven-speed automatic transmission and the Nissan All-Mode 4×4 system with electronic 4WD selection. The Patrol V8 Ti and Ti-L continue to provide eight and seven seat capacity respectively.

Colour changes for the 2015 range see Alpine White replaced with Ivory Pearl and Precision Grey replaced with Gun Metallic.

2015 Nissan Patrol V8

Previous Price (excl. on-roads)

2015 Price (excl. on-roads)

 Estimated  Driveaway

Patrol V8 ST-L 4WD automatic



Patrol V8 Ti 4WD automatic




Patrol V8 Ti-L 4WD automatic





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