The Y62 Patrol's sales may pale in comparison to the Toyota LandCruiser 200, but all that tells us is how underrated and supply-constrained the big Nissan is. It's a bloody capable luxury 4x4 at a very reasonable price.
When I conjure up images of Nissan Patrols, I imagine them alongside Toyota LandCruisers of old, expanding the boundaries of our great island nation every which way. As I was growing up, they were almost mentioned in the same sentence and were the only options for serious off-roaders. The Patrol's appearance was boxy, functional and unashamedly agricultural...
As Nissan prepares to say goodbye to the Y61 Patrol, we hit the bush in the final Legend edition.
The 2016 Y62 Nissan Patrol Ti seeks to embody the iconic model name's go-anywhere adventure spirit for a more modern generation of drivers. Does it?
Gone are the days of utes being rugged workhorses used only by tradies from Monday to Friday. Today’s utes are lifestyle vehicles that aim to be all things to all people, attempting to blend their traditional practicality and toughness with the comfort and refinement of passenger cars and the pulling-power and off-road prowess of SUVs...
The Y61 Nissan Patrol ST is ancient, but is this 4x4 beast over the hill?
We've waited 15 years for an all-new Nissan Patrol - well, loyalists have. Will the big off-roader please them?
Nissan's all-new luxury Patrol will sell alongside the existing Patrol when it arrives in January 2013.
You might start looking for the Lexus badge because there is about as much of the old Nissan Patrol left in this as there is loyalty in Queen Gillard.
Tough enough for the rough stuff Model Tested: 2009 Nissan GU Patrol Ti; 3.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-diesel; four-speed automatic; wagon - $71,690* Options: Metallic Paint $495 (Fitted) CarAdvice Rating: Words by Matt Brogan Pics by Brendan Nish Seven days and 1,100 kilometres of gruelling off-road excursions, leisurely highway cruising, plus the mid-week urban assault course, have seen Nissan Patrol prove that, while it's tough enough for the rough stuff, its on-road manners are akin to that of a rugby player at a five-star hotel...