Nissan Patrol Platinum 2019
- 360-degree camera
- Active head restraints
- Adaptive headlights
- Audio Input
- Backup Camera
- Blind-spot warning
- Brake assist
- Cooled seats
- Forward-collision warning
- Keyless start
- Lane keeping assist
- Leather seats
- LED headlights
- Memory seat
- Navigation System
- Parking assist systems
- Pedestrian detection
- Reversing camera
- Side airbags
- Slideview camera
- Sound system
- Traction Control
- USB port
The sixth generation of Patrol was the biggest Nissan on the offer, in some markets. As a result of stricter emission regulations and low market potential, the Japanese carmaker had to drop it from the offer. The Australians and European customers were unhappy since there was no diesel option. But still, the Nissan Patrol Platinum has turned out to be among the best off-road vehicles. Besides that, its main playground was the wide-open desert.
The design team successfully implemented a new bumper that was curved upward towards the headlights. The car’s new LED daytime running lights, and also the massive, three-part chromed grille were imposing. It had also resembled the previous Patrol models. The front fenders’ air vents from the edges were long. As a result of the front fenders’ air vents, people were wondering if they had some use in particular, other than design.
The carmaker has designed the interior with luxurious trims like heated and cooled leather seats, wood trims, and an infotainment system carried over from the Infiniti squad. The car even features an impressive headroom along with a sunroof. Around 8 people can occupy the car.
Nissan installed only V8 gasoline engines under the hood. Even though their fuel efficiency was down the drain, their performances were remarkable, especially for the version with full options that featured a Mercedes-Benz 7-speed automatic (dual-clutch) gearbox.
The Nissan Patrol Platinum is a big beast on the regional automotive scene. By keeping the Middle East customers in mind, the industry has developed the Nissan Patrol Platinum.
The Nissan Patrol Platinum is a more refined and splendid full-size SUV than some rivals. In comparison to others, it is more reliable and attainable.
Nissan Patrol Platinum’s Towering Presence
The introduction of the Nissan Patrol Platinum took place in 2010. Its update took place in 2014. This car emerges from a long line of ruggedly utilitarian off-roaders. These off-roaders grew in size, luxury, and comfort over several generations since 1951. This car is a luxury body-on-frame luxury SUV with extensive off-road ability. The Nissan Patrol Platinum V8 is such an SUV that one is more willing to use its off-road abilities with greater peace of mind.
The Nissan Patrol’s road presence is just hulking with vast proportions, high and level waistline and roofline, and an aggressive disposition. With a 5165mm long, 1995mm wide, and 1940mm tall, the Patrol is small in comparison to most other SUVs. It also features sculpted bumper and surfacing, muscular wheel-arches, a huge chrome-laden grille, big chrome-ringed, clear-case tail lamps, and a lower headlamp bulge. This subtly enhances its sense of width and towering height. It features blacked-out front pillars, and an enormous D-pillar, which lends it a sense of forwarding motion. Whereas, the sporty touches include an enormous rear spoiler and side vents.
Confident and quick
A 5.6-litre V8 engine powers the Nissan Patrol Platinum. It is mounted longitudinally and drives all four wheels with a rear bias in default driving mode. The Nissan Patrol Platinum develops a tough 400HP at 5800rpm and 413lb/ft torque at 4000rpm. This enhances a brisk 0-100km/h acceleration, estimated at 6.5-seconds, whereas fuel consumption is restrained for its class at an estimate of 16.8l/100km city and 11.76l/100km highway.
In terms of delivery, the Nissan Patrol Platinum’s engine is highly progressive. Its excellent throttle control allows you to release the exact increments of torque and power. This car features a broad and healthy torque curve, along with a flexibly muscular on-the-move acceleration. It features a 7-speed automatic gearbox, which is slick and quick shifting, along with well-judged ratios for performance and refinement. The sequential manual shifts are functional through the gearshift, which permits more driver engagement.
Unexpected agility of Nissan Patrol Platinum
This car is stable at speed. The Nissan Patrol Platinum rides on a complex double wishbone suspension with hydraulic dampers. This provides level and firm body control through corners. It also curbs brake dive and acceleration squat, for an SUV that is so tall and heavy.
Well suppressing unwanted vertical movement and body lean, This vehicle’s Hydraulic Body Motion Control System suspension keeps it buttoned-down and flat over large bumps. It also smoothly irons out road imperfections, in spite of riding on vast 20-inch alloy wheels with grippy 275/60R20 tires.
The Nissan Patrol Platinum’s hydraulic suspension’s body control and tenacious traction four-wheel-drive assist in its stability and reassurance. But, they do not intend to function on narrow winding roads. The Patrol has proven that it can also do agility for its segment. This car was unexpectedly quick through narrow roads that are most suitable for a hot hatch. Whereas, the car’s steering has even developed more feel for the road while driving through hard-driven corners.
This car has a huge city driving proposition, along with featuring a reversing camera and good sightlines for something that is so tall and wide. However, you would benefit from bigger side mirrors and intense nighttime camera clarity. It is highly beneficial to have the optional blind-spot warning system to keep an eye on lower cars overtaking on the right. There are additional safety systems such as the forward and backup collision warning, lane departure prevention, and braking and parking assistance.
Capable and comfortable
The Car’s rear differential lock ensures that the torque distributes evenly along the rear axle at all times while it engages in dealing with low traction surfaces. Its independent suspension allows long wheel travel. It also consists of generous 275mm ground clearance, 26.6° approach and 25.9° departure angles, and towing capabilities. Nissan Patrol Platinum’s Electonic off-road assistance features the hill start and descent control. It also has automatically optimized driving modes for road, rock, sand, and snow.
This vehicle’s cabin features extensive use of soft textures and shiny metallic accents. It is also having highly lacquered woods.
The Nissan Patrol Platinum’s 8-seat cabin is hugely spacious for front and second-row passengers. Whereas, the third-row seating is even suitable for adults. This is because you can easily fold the middle seats that provide easy rear access.
You can connect with Lux Motors for renting the best quality Nissan Patrol Platinum in Dubai, UAE. You can enjoy driving this vehicle in any part of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).