As the new financial year begins, the Nissan Patrol is now more expensive, but sees no changes to specification
The Nissan Patrol large SUV has been hit with price increases at the start of the new financial year.
The entry-level Ti model now starts from $84,900 before on-road costs – up by $2740 – while the flagship Ti-L now costs $97,600 before on-road costs – up by $2485.
Chasing Cars reached out to Nissan Australia to find out if there has been any changes to specifications of the Nissan Patrol as part of this price change. A company spokesperson confirmed that there has been no specification change to either of the Patrol variants.
The increase in prices came into effect as of 1 July 2023.
As standard, the Patrol Ti includes the following features:
The Ti-L adds:
Late in 2023, Nissan will launch the new off-road enhanced Patrol that includes a suspension lift, improved ride and handling and a new bi-modal side exit exhaust system for extra theatre.
The vehicle has been developed in partnership with Melbourne-based vehicle specialist Premcar.
While off-road enhancements have been made, the Warrior does not gain any boosts to its 5.6-litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine. Outputs remain at 298kW/560Nm.
We don’t yet know pricing for the model, however it’s estimated that the figure could get pretty close to the $100,000 mark before on-road costs.
We’ll post an update when pricing is officially announced.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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