The Patrol Titanium claims to add more than $12,500 in equipment and extra features over the Y61 (previous-generation) Patrol ST diesel on which it’s based.
The package includes a steel bulbar, alloy three-quarter roof rack, snorkel, electric winch, driving lights, smoked bonnet protector, towbar kit, spare wheel cover, moulded rubber floor mats, satellite navigation, reverse-view camera, and a Titanium edition key ring.
An annual subscription to Nissan Patrol ambassador Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures Magazine is also included as part of the pack.
The Nissan Patrol Titanium is capped at 300 units, with the six-speed manual priced from $57,990 driveaway and the four-speed automatic from $60,990 driveaway.
The Y61 Nissan Patrol is powered by a 3.0-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel engine that produces 118kW and 354Nm teamed with the auto gearbox and 380Nm with the manual.
Nissan will be hoping the Titanium special edition gives Patrol sales a shot in the arm. Sales of the Japanese 4x4 are down 26.5 per cent this year to 1349.