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Nissan Patrol 2020 pricing and specs confirmed: Important safety tech comes to large SUV

Powering the new Nissan Patrol is a carryover 5.6-litre petrol V8 producing 298kW/560Nm.

Nissan Australia’s new-look model year 2020 Patrol large SUV off-roader has jumped in price by as much as $3110, but sport increased safety, revised suspension tuning and more exterior colour choices to justify the price hike.

Now kicking off at $75,990 before on-road costs, the base Patrol Ti is $3110 more expensive than before, whereas the Ti-L moves up $2110 to $91,990.

The facelifted Patrol is easily distinguished thanks to new front and rear fascias, as well as a revised front grille, fresh 18-inch wheels, LED head- and tail-lights, and tweaked bonnet and fender panels.

The Ti and Ti-L are further differentiated with the former wearing a sportier front, while the latter “showcases a more premium look,” according to Nissan.

The facelifted Patrol is easily distinguished thanks to new front and rear fascias. The facelifted Patrol is easily distinguished thanks to new front and rear fascias.

As standard, both grades are now fitted with intelligent emergency braking (AEB), intelligent forward collision warning and rear cross-traffic alert, as well as automatic power-folding side mirrors.

The entry-level Ti also gains adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and blind-spot monitoring in the update, justifying the higher price jump.

Nissan has also aimed to improve on-road comfort with retuned suspension with improved dampers that “provide more dampening at a higher piston speed (frequency) zone,” according to the brand.

Occupants in the second-row are also more easily cooled thanks to improved air flow of the air-conditioning system, while the front-seat passengers also benefit from a larger heating map.

The multimedia system now features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The multimedia system now features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

Three new exterior colours are available to the 2020 Patrol including Moonlight White, Galaxy Gold and Hermosa Blue, which brings the number of total hues to six.

All Patrols are powered by a carryover 5.6-litre petrol V8 engine, which output 298kW of power and 560Nm of torque.

Drive is sent to all four corners via a seven-speed automatic transmission, while a rear diff lock, hill descent control, an off-road monitor and hill-start assist aid in traversing rough terrain.

Nissan Australia has plans in place to build a ‘Warrior’ version of the new Patrol that might follow the Navara N-Trek Warrior as a more off-road focused vehicle.

2020 Nissan Patrol pricing before on-road costs:

ModelPrice
Ti – automatic$75,990
Ti-L – automatic$91,990
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