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Nissan Patrol
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Nissan Patrol Pricing and Specs

2022 price from
$82,160*

The Nissan Patrol is available from $82,160 to $95,115 for the 2022 SUV across a range of models.

The days of Nissan’s Patrol 4WD being a rough-and-ready bush basher are long behind it, but despite the fact it’s now more tech-savvy and comfortable than ever before, there are few seven-seat SUVs quite as capable as the big Patrol. It's built for the USA and the Middle East, so it’s a petrol-only proposition (diesel is still hugely unpopular in some parts of the world), but it is huge, comfortable and always well-equipped. And it can take you from the city to the top of a mountain, and there aren’t many that can claim the same.

The Patrol Ti (4x4) starts off at $82,160, while the range-topping, Patrol Ti-L (4x4) is priced at $95,115.

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Year Price From Price To
2022 $82,160 $95,115
2021 $66,600 $102,410
2020 $64,600 $94,380
2019 $50,200 $91,300
2018 $54,200 $78,650
2017 $25,000 $76,120
2016 $23,400 $73,150
2015 $22,100 $60,390
2014 $19,400 $53,570
2013 $16,800 $49,720
2012 $14,700 $35,420
2011 $14,000 $32,340
2010 $12,800 $30,360
2009 $11,300 $24,640
2008 $10,500 $22,880
2007 $9,400 $42,790
2006 $9,300 $41,360
2005 $8,400 $39,930
2004 $7,200 $38,500
2003 $6,500 $34,760
2002 $6,600 $27,610
2001 $6,400 $27,390
2000 $5,800 $23,870
1999 $6,200 $21,560
1998 $5,800 $13,200
1997 $3,700 $11,330
1996 $3,700 $11,330
1995 $3,700 $11,330
1994 $3,700 $11,330
1993 $3,400 $11,330
1992 $2,800 $11,330
1991 $2,700 $11,110
1990 $2,200 $11,110
1989 $2,100 $11,110
1988 $2,100 $11,110
1987 $2,400 $8,800
1986 $2,400 $8,800
1985 $2,400 $8,800
1984 $2,400 $8,800
1983 $2,400 $4,730
1982 $2,400 $4,730
1981 $2,400 $6,160
1980 $2,400 $6,050

Nissan Patrol FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Patrol here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Why is the fuel consumption high in my 2000 Nissan Patrol?

    I assume you mean it’s higher than normal, because these were thirsty trucks to begin with. The 4.8-litre petrol six-cylinder engine could easily consume 20 litres per 100km at freeway speeds and a lot more around town or in the bush. Even the turbo-diesels were no sippers.

    But a sudden jump in fuel consumption can often be traced back to either tuning or a glitch in part of the fuelling system. Make sure the car is serviced and has a clean air filter and new spark plugs (if it’s a petrol engine). You can also have the fuel-injection system checked to make sure you don’t have a stuck injector that is pouring fuel into the engine when it doesn’t need it.

    If the engine is fit and healthy, you can then make sure the car doesn’t have a dragging brake or another mechanical problem that is – literally – dragging it down. Don’t ignore the other basics, either; under-inflated tyres can also cause high fuel consumption. And, have you fitted a roof rack lately? These can easily add a full litre per 100km to your overall consumption figures, just through wind-drag.

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  • What is the best second-hand model of the Nissan Patrol?

    While the later Y62 Nissan Patrol was petrol V8 only (and a thirsty one at that) it’s also way out of your budget. Go back in time to the old faithful GQ model, and you’re going too far back, as these are now quite old vehicles. Which leaves you with the GU model which fits within your budget but is still new enough to be around in good numbers and in good condition.

    Within that GU model-window, the version I’d recommend is the earlier 4.2-litre turbo-diesel model built from 1997 to 2007. While there were other turbo-diesel engines offered in the GU, they were problematic, especially compared with the tough 4.2-litre unit. There was also large-capacity six-cylinder petrol engine, but that has a monstrous thirst as well. Given that you want to tow a camper and do some off-roading, the extra range and fuel efficiency of the turbo-diesel will be a bonus.

    The only catch is that this engine was only ever tied to a five-speed manual gearbox, and if you want an automatic, you need to look elsewhere.

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  • What is the best second-hand model of the Nissan Patrol?

    While the later Y62 Nissan Patrol was petrol V8 only (and a thirsty one at that) it’s also way out of your budget. Go back in time to the old faithful GQ model, and you’re going too far back, as these are now quite old vehicles. Which leaves you with the GU model which fits within your budget but is still new enough to be around in good numbers and in good condition.

    Within that GU model-window, the version I’d recommend is the earlier 4.2-litre turbo-diesel model built from 1997 to 2007. While there were other turbo-diesel engines offered in the GU, they were problematic, especially compared with the tough 4.2-litre unit. There was also large-capacity six-cylinder petrol engine, but that has a monstrous thirst as well. Given that you want to tow a camper and do some off-roading, the extra range and fuel efficiency of the turbo-diesel will be a bonus.

    The only catch is that this engine was only ever tied to a five-speed manual gearbox, and if you want an automatic, you need to look elsewhere.

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