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Nissan Patrol Pricing and Specs

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$84,900*
Nissan Patrol
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CarsGuide has published 22 expert reviews of the Nissan Patrol. It has an average rating of 7.2 out of 10. Read all the reviews here.

The Nissan Patrol is available from $84,900 to $104,160 for the 2024 range of models in SUV body types.

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 Ti (4x4) starts off at $84,900, while the range-topping, Warrior (4X4) is priced at $104,160.

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The transmission of my 2001 Nissan Patrol is thumping

You could be dealing with either a worn transmission itself (where wear inside the gearsets, shafts or torque converter has made something sloppy) or there’s something else in the driveline (such as a differential or universal joint) that has likewise allowed some looseness or play to enter the equation. In either of those cases, a thump or clunk during shifts can be a symptom. It feels worse under acceleration, as that’s when the maximum stress is on all those moving, meshing parts.


Sometimes, a transmission can be serviced and adjusted to get rid of thumping or banging during shifts. Take the car to a transmission specialist who will be familiar with this transmission and may be able to return it to civility.

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I am having a problem getting my 2008 Nissan Patrol Ti to start

Worn glow-plugs will certainly make a diesel engine difficult to start and can easily contribute lots of smoke to the equation. But in reality, you could be looking at anything from worn or dribbling injectors, a blocked air-intake system, a worn fuel pump or simply internal wear in the engine itself. A worn turbocharger bearing or seal can also cause these problems, and don't forget about the simple stuff like a blocked fuel filter.


Trying to diagnose turbo-diesel engine problems from the colour of the smoke emitted is a hiding to nowhere and you'll inevitably find yourself changing perfectly good parts on a hunch and wasting lots of time and money. The best bet is to take the car to a diesel specialist and have the whole system investigated.

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Is it worth getting the engine replaced in my 2002 Nissan Patrol?

If you still want to drive a proper off-road four-wheel-drive, then maybe fixing what you already have is the wise way to go. Supply crunches and high demand have seen the prices of second-hand four-wheel-drives skyrocket. You might be in for a shock when you check the prices of second-hand replacements.


Beyond that, it comes down to the overall condition of the rest of the vehicle. Off-roaders are big, heavy and sometimes complex machines and if the rest of the mechanical package isn’t in good condition, fitting a new engine will only attend to one of the vehicle’s ongoing cost-centres.

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