Nissan Patrol 2007
This is what Ewan Kennedy liked most about this particular version of the Nissan Patrol: Later models have more upmarket interiors, Easy to work on at home, Relatively low insurance costs
The 2007 Nissan Patrol carries a braked towing capacity of up to 3500 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Nissan Patrol 2007 Price and Specs
|Nissan Patrol Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|DX (4X4)||SUV||3.0L Diesel 4 SP AUTO||$8,200||$12,760|
|DX (4X4)||SUV||3.0L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$6,700||$10,340|
|DX (4X4)||SUV||4.2L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$13,300||$19,250|
|DX (4x4) Walkabout||SUV||3.0L Diesel 4 SP AUTO||$11,000||$16,170|
|DX (4X4)||Ute||3.0L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$7,900||$12,210|
|DX (4X4)||Ute||4.2L Diesel 5 SP MAN 4X4||$17,600||$24,530|
|ST (4X4)||Ute||3.0L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$9,800||$14,740|
|ST (4X4)||Ute||4.2L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$16,900||$23,540|
Nissan Patrol 2007 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Patrol 2007 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Nissan Patrol 2007: What is the effect of dashboard blistering on resale value?
On average a 2007 Patrol is valued at between $15,000 and $17,000 in a private sale. Yours has relatively low kays for that model, and is well equipped, but that dash is a problem. You could easily knock a couple of thousand dollars off the price because of that. I would have it replaced if it were mine.Show more
Nissan Patrol 2007: Should Nissan replace a blown turbo-charger?
Part payment for the failure of a turbocharger on a car that is just five years old, has been serviced by the factory dealer and has only done 50,000 km, is not too much at all. We were able to help get a new engine for the owner of a car from another carmaker when his engine had destroyed itself after more than 200,000 km, so a measly turbocharger on a car that is almost new shouldn't be an issue.Show more
Does idling extend the life of the turbo?
It was common practice to idle early turbo engines for one to two minutes before switching off to help protect the bearings in the turbo. It was done to ensure the turbo was not spinning at high speed and was not too hot when the oil pressure and flow was shut off. As you say some people even fitted aftermarket "turbo timers" to delay shutdown for a period after the ignition was turned off. Early turbochargers weren’t as robust or reliable as today’s are and some manufacturers recommended a short idle before shutting the engine down, particularly immediately after operating the engine at high load. Turbochargers and turbocharged engines, such as the 2.0-litre diesel and 1.4-litre petrol engines in the Cruze, have come a long way since those early days, so you don’t have to let them idle for a period before turning them off.Show more
Nissan Patrol 2006: Does the turbo-diesel engine still have problems?
I’ve been told the problems don’t affect the later models, but I can’t categorically say they don’t because I haven’t been able to confirm it with any confidence.Show more