Nissan Patrol 2021 review: Ti-L
The Nissan Patrol is a solid off-road performer, but how does it work for every day driving with a family?
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The Sahara remains the fourth-tier trim level in the new LandCruiser LC300 range, but it is now $6,917 more expensive at $131,190 (MSRP). You could choose the VX for $17,200 less, and moving up to the GR Sport will cost you an extra $6,600, or the philosophically closer Sahara ZX for an extra $7,600.
Look for the chrome mirrors to pick a Sahara over a VX, and it feels a bit odd that you’ve got to spend more than $130,000 to get leather seat trim with the Sahara, and that’s also the case for a head-up display and a power tailgate. This leather can be had in black or beige, though.
Other luxury details include second row entertainment screens and 14-speaker JBL audio, electric folding for the third row seats, a cool box in the centre console, heated steering wheel and the second row also scores heated and ventilated seats.