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Nissan Patrol Ti-L 4WD 2022 Review

Nissan Patrol Ti-L – The automotive landscape in Australia is full of long term rivalries such Ford vs Holden and Patrol vs LandCruiser. 2022 Nissan Patrol Ti-L front quarter The ageing Patrol has had somewhat of a resurgence this year, mainly due to the outstanding value equation and supply issues for the LandCruiser. In the past the LandCruiser outsold the Patrol buy sometimes 7:1, but this year that is closer to 2:1 and last month it was almost 1:1 in sales.

Buyers simply find they can save sometimes $30,000 on similarly equipped models plus get their vehicle much sooner and only forsake a few features.


It still comes with a, a big 5.6 litre V8 petrol engine with 298 kW and 560Nm of torque matched to a seven-speed automatic transmission and permanent 4WD. Plant the right foot and it will drink fuel at an astonishing rate and there is simply no way to drive it economically around town. On the freeway its heaps better.

Add to that the prodigious 4WD capability and excellent towing credentials and you can see why it’s popular.

But the news isn’t all good, it’s getting old inside now and desperately needs an update and it misses basic features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

Priced from around$82,000 through to $95,115 plus the usual costs, you can understand buyer’s interest.

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Nissan Patrol

Model Ti-L
Model Price $95,115 MLP*
Engine 5.6L V8 Petrol
Drivetrain 7 Sp Sports AT Dual range 4WD
Power 298kW @ 5,800rpm
Torque 560Nm @ 4,000rpm
Safety Not Tested by ANCAP
0-100kmh / Top Speed TBA
CO2 Emissions 334 g/km
Economy ADR 14.4L/100km / 144L capacity
Economy on test 17.1L/100k
Servicing 6Mth / 10,000km
Warranty 5yr/ Unlimited km
Road side Assist 5Yr. conditional roadside assist

*MLP Includes GST and LCT but excluding statutory charges, dealer costs and dealer delivery. See your dealer for RDAP. Does not include price of options. Some features mentioned in the article are options. RDAP means Recommended Drive Away Price (without options but including all other charges)

Overall Rating    


Behind the Wheel 8
Comfort 9
Equipment 8
Performance 9
Ride and Handling 8
Practicality 8
Fit for Purpose 9
AWD/Towing Capability* 10  (AWD 5/5 Towing 5/5 )
Technology/connectivity 7
Value for Money 10

*Towing and AWD capability is measured against similar vehicles in the same class.


Overall Length 5175mm
Wheelbase 3075mm
Width 1995mm
Height 1955mm
Wheels 18×8.0 Alloy
Tyres 265/70 R18
Max ground clearance Up to 273mm
Wading Depth TBA
Approach 28 degrees
Rampover TBA degrees
Departure angle 26.3 degrees
Turning Circle KTK 12.5m
Boot Capacity Min TBA
Boot capacity Max TBA
Kerb Weight 2750kg
Payload (kg) 750kg
GVM (kg) 3500kg
GCM 7000kg
Towing Capacity 3500kg
Tow Ball rating 350kg

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