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Nissan Patrol 2023: wait times shorter than Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series


Expect to wait between three and six months for a brand-new V8-powered Nissan Patrol 

If you’re after a large off-road wagon, Nissan is promising that the wait times on its Patrol aren’t as long as other similar competitors. 

Nissan Australia has confirmed to Chasing Cars that its wait times for its Nissan Patrol large SUV are down to between three and six months. 

This is a shorter wait than the Patrol’s biggest competitor, the Land Cruiser 300 Series, that could take up to 12 months or longer to arrive, according to Chasing Cars’ dealer sources. 

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The new Nissan Patrol Warrior

The brand also confirmed that there is limited stock of Patrol available at dealerships, but that it would be best to contact your local Nissan dealership for more information.  

New Nissan Patrol Warrior can be here by Christmas 

For those interested in the new Premcar-fettled Patrol Warrior, if a new order was placed today buyers could expect to see the 4WD wagon in their driveway by Christmas. 

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Nissan says you may be able to get a Warrior in time for Christmas

The Warrior is based upon the base Patrol Ti variant and features a beefier suspension lift, a side-exit exhaust system and unique 18-inch alloy wheels. 

The 5.6-litre naturally-aspirated engine remains the same as a standard Patrol, however, and produces 298kW/560Nm

The Warrior is priced from $101,160 before on-road costs, or $40,941 cheaper than the closest Land Cruiser 300 Series rival, the GR Sport, which is priced from $142,101 before on-road costs.

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Nissan Australia says wait times are between three and six months for the Patrol

Nissan Patrol 2023: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • Ti: $84,900
  • Ti-L: $97,600
  • Warrior: $101,160 (new)