Updated Nissan Patrol: a new look and advanced active safety systems

Updated Nissan Patrol: a new look and advanced active safety systems

Nissan has updated the Patrol. The SUV received a new look front end with a more pronounced V-shaped grille, enhanced equipment and security technologies, United under a single concept Nissan Intelligent Mobility.

Facelifted Nissan Patrol is easily identified by the “boomerangs” running lights and a new reading of the signature V-shaped grille with horizontal ribs and massive piping. At the stern, there were other lights, too, with a pattern of boomerangs and dynamic turn signals (a first for Nissan), and the connecting chrome strip with the model name.


In the cabin Patrol there were seats with a new profile and upholstered in quilted leather, as well as the steering wheel, covered and stitched by hand. Optionally, the front seats can be equipped with a ventilation system and lumbar cushion with motor. In a modified center console now has two display, as the Infiniti QX50: top navigation and multimedia, and the lower to control the basic functions of a car.

For Patrol expanded the list of available active safety systems, United under the umbrella brand Nissan Intelligent Mobility. New models have a system of emergency braking with detection of pedestrians and the intelligent warning system of a frontal collision.

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Since the presentation of the updated Patrol took place in Dubai, while well-known powertrains only for the middle East market. The base engine will be a 4.0-liter V6 with a capacity of 275 forces and 394 Nm of torque, and an extra charge will be offered the 5.6-liter V8 making 400 forces and 560 Nm of torque. Four – wheel drive All-Mode 4X mode switch traction control. For cars with a V8 available antikrenovaya system HBMC (Hydraulic Body Motion Control).

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