Nissan Patrol 1994 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Nissan Patrol 1994 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Nissan Patrol GQ Y60 used review: 1988-1997
So popular is the idea of going bush it has spawned a new breed of car capable of leaving the black top while retaining the attributes of a family sedan. Most of these newcomers are sneeringly ...Read More
Nissan Patrol 1994: Will turbocharging increase power?
It’s quite common for Patrol owners to turbocharge the 4.2-litre diesel, it gives the best bang for your buck of all the available performance enhancers available. You could fit a better exhaust, a chip, or a cold air intake, but they would only give you a modest improvement, whereas the turbo will give you a decent increase in performance.
Nissan Patrol 1994: Will a turbocharger improve power?
I will assume you have a 4.2-litre non-turbo diesel, which can be a little gutless. But they are a tough old engine and will cope pretty well with a turbocharger. There are aftermarket bolt-on kits available, generally at a cost of about $3000 or so, and will usually boost the power by about 20 per cent. Before you do it ensure your engine is in relatively good shape, there’s no point in fitting a turbo to an engine that’s on its last legs.
Used Nissan Patrol review: 1988-1997
The Australian outback is the perfect place to explore with a four-wheel drive which explains why new car sales figures for four-wheel drives have been on a sharp incline for some time. So popular ...Read More