The Nissan Patrol is without doubt one of the oldest new vehicles on sale in Australia in the mean time, but it surely’s defying its age by setting yet one more month-to-month sales record.
This newest record-breaking month-to-month sales quantity takes the annual Patrol sales tally to 4374 examples, up 8.8 per cent year-on-year.
Although the Patrol set a new month-to-month record final month, it was nonetheless outsold by its closest rival, the Toyota LandCruiser
The present, Y62-generation Nissan Patrol launched in Australia in 2012 and acquired a facelift in 2021. Nissan additionally just lately upped the pricing of the Patrol by as much as $2740.
The Nissan Patrol vary presently opens at $84,900 earlier than on-roads for the Ti, and extends to $97,600 earlier than on-roads for the Ti-L.
A hardcore Patrol Warrior, fettled by native outfit Premcar, is because of launch domestically late this yr.
As recently reported, the next-generation Armada, because the Patrol is thought in North America, was proven to sellers at a Las Vegas convention.
Dealers informed Automotive News Nissan will swap the present automobile’s 5.6-litre naturally aspirated V8 for a twin-turbocharged V6 engine.
This will reportedly pump out 316kW of energy. For reference, the present Patrol’s V8 produces 298kW and 560Nm.
One seller informed Automotive News the Patrol has a “Range Rover-like” look and is each greater and extra rugged-looking.
Nissan has already teased the next-gen flagship SUV within the form of the Infiniti QX Monograph concept, which previews its next-generation Infiniti QX80 cousin.
Inside, there are giant screens, upgraded finishes, and the “newest” driver-assist and comfort expertise.
The new-generation Armada will reportedly go on sale in mid-2024. Prototypes have recently been spied testing within the Middle East.
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