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Asked by Michael Shirkey

I'M THINKING of buying a mid-'90s Nissan Patrol Gwith a diesel engine, but I'm not sure which is better, the 4.2-litre non-turbo or 2.8-litre turbo. It will be used as a people mover around town with the odd camping trip away.

Answered by CarsGuide

8 Jun 2006 Carsguide.com.au

THE 4.2-litre would be my suggestion. According to Nissan specialist Jerry Newman, the only criticism is a lack of performance, but they give good fuel economy and are ultra-reliable.

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