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Nissan Patrol 2024: Australian pricing and specifications


The Japanese automaker has thrown some tech updates at its large off-roader, with pricing now starting from $87,900 before on-road costs 

Nissan Australia has announced it has updated its Patrol large SUV with a handful of new technologies for the 2024 model year. 

Pricing is up by $3000 for the Ti and Ti-L variants and $3100 for the flagship Warrior, with the entry-level Ti now costing $87,900 before on-road costs. 

The higher-spec Ti-L now costs $100,600 before on-road costs, while the off-road enhanced Warrior model will cost Australian buyers $104,160 before on-road costs. 

2024 Nissan Patrol Ti-L driving on dirt front 3/4
The MY24 Nissan Patrol has been updated, but it’s mainly tech changes

The MY24 Nissan Patrol is now on sale in Australia, with first deliveries set to arrive later this month. 


The Nissan Patrol 2024 has been upgraded with Apple CarPlay and a new touchscreen, but is it as good as aftermarket solutions? Prices are also up by $3000. #nissanpatrol #4wd #4×4

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What’s changed for 2024 in the Australian Patrol lineup? 

Nissan Australia has announced a few key updates to its large SUV, with the most notable enhancement being the addition of a new 10.1-inch centre touchscreen, which runs both wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

2024 Nissan Patrol new touchscreen Apple CarPlay
New 10.1-inch screen features on all Patrol variants

The new infotainment screen has been brought about thanks to a partnership with Australia automotive supplier Directed Technologies. 

The media system also features DAB+ radio, a digital rear-view mirror and satellite navigation, with one month free Hema Map access. 

Both USB-C and USB-A ports now feature, along with a new 15-watt smartphone charging pocket. 

A front row centre cool box has also been added to the Ti’s spec list for the first time. 

2024 Nissan Patrol digital rear view mirror
A digital rear view mirror is also new for Patrol in 2024

What stays the same for the Patrol in 2024?

A next-generation V6-powered Y63 Nissan Patrol is still some time away, so for now, the current Y62 Patrol will continue to be powered by a 5.6-litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine

This unit produces outputs of 298kW/560Nm and puts power to the road via a seven-speed automatic transmission to all four wheels. 

Standard equipment for the Ti includes: 

  • Rear limited-slip differential
  • Hill descent control
  • Tyre pressure monitoring 
  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • 10-way power adjustable front seat 
  • Leather-accented seat upholstery 
  • LED fog lights 
2024 Nissan Patrol Warrior front 3/4 static with lights on
Nissan’s Patrol Warrior now costs $104,160 before on-road costs

The Ti-L adds:

  • Driver’s seat memory 
  • Power tailgate 
  • Roof rails
  • Sunroof 
  • Heated and cooled front seats 
  • Unique grille with differing bumper design

The off-road specific Warrior adds:

  • Warrior exterior and interior design elements
  • Bi-modal exhaust system
  • 50mm lift
  • 40mm wider track
  • New front and rear springs
  • Yokohama all-terrain tyres and 18-inch alloy wheels
2024 Nissan Patrol Ti-L rear 3/4 driving shot
The 2024 Nissan Patrol Ti-L

How safe is the 2024 Nissan Patrol?

The Nissan Patrol is currently unrated with Australian car safety body ANCAP, but as standard is fitted with the following safety features:

  • Autonomous emergency braking 
  • Forward collision warning 
  • Rear cross-traffic alert 
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane intervention 
  • Lane departure warning
  • Blind spot warning 
  • Blind spot intervention 
2024 Nissan Patrol duo lights on camping
We are still waiting to hear about the next-generation Y63 Patrol

Nissan Patrol 2024: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • Ti: $87,900 (+$3000)
  • Ti-L: $100,600 (+$3000)
  • Warrior: $104,160 (+$3100)