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The 2021 Nissan Patrol has received a price increase for February 2021, rising by as much as $1150.

Prices of the entry-level Ti have increased by $1150 to $78,910 plus on-road costs, while the flagship Ti-L has risen $575 to $93,365 plus on-road costs.

Nissan Australia has confirmed there have been no changes to the Patrol's roster of standard equipment, with the brand citing the price rises as changes in the "cost of doing business".

The Patrol saw a significant rise in sales during 2020, increasing 44.5 per cent when compared with 2019 sales figures.

As a refresher, standard equipment from the base Nissan Patrol Ti grade up includes an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen, eight seats, satellite navigation, automatic LED headlights, leather trim, tri-zone climate control, push-button start, keyless entry, power-adjustable front seats, power-folding heated exterior mirrors, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree camera and parking sensors.

Above and throughout: 2020 Nissan Patrol pictured.

Standard safety features include autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist, lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and a suite of airbags comprising dual front, front-side and curtain, the lattermost covering all three rows.

The flagship Ti-L adds a seven-seat layout, heated and cooled front seats, a sunroof, power-operated tailgate, 13-speaker Bose premium sound system, digital rear-view mirror, driver's seat memory functionality, dual 8.0-inch screens for the second row, power-adjustable steering column, puddle lights, roof rails, and more.

All Patrol models seek power from a 5.6-litre naturally-aspirated V8 petrol engine sending 298kW of power and 560Nm of torque to all four wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission.