Nissan Launches Patrol Warrior with Full Details and Specs

Matt Brand
September 21, 2023
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Nissan has just announced the addition of the Patrol Warrior by Premcar to its lineup, aiming to cater to Australian driving conditions.

Following the Navara PRO-4X Warrior and Navara SL Warrior, the Patrol Warrior is presented as a vehicle tailored for Australian terrains. Developed in response to market feedback, Nissan, in collaboration with Premcar, has worked to create a vehicle suitable for the unique Australian conditions.

Nissan Patrol Warrior Offroad

Bernie Quinn, Premcar Engineering Director, stated, “Australia's varied landscape required a vehicle that has been engineered to match. The Patrol Warrior is our response to that demand. It’s the outcome of intensive research and collaboration."

Since 2019, Premcar has partnered with Nissan under the Warrior program, focusing on adapting vehicles for local Australian conditions in their Victoria facility.

The new Patrol Warrior incorporates both mechanical and design modifications. Key features include:

  • Capability Upgrades: Modifications to ground clearance, tyre specifications, suspension alterations, and towbar redesign.
  • Design Changes: Exterior adjustments for enhanced road presence, and interior revamps including black and Alcantara™ trim with Warrior branding.
  • Exhaust System: The introduction of a bi-modal exhaust system linked with Nissan’s 298kW V8.
  • Suspension Refinements: Adjustments to the HBMC suspension for improved performance.

The Patrol Warrior is based on the Nissan Patrol Ti and incorporates additional features like satellite navigation, electric front seats, and leather-accented seats.

Exterior modifications encompass a range of branded elements, from bumper assembly to decals. The interior is predominantly black, with added high-gloss black trim elements and Alcantara™ inlays.

Unfortunately, for the Australian market the infotainment display has not been updated to the larger 12.3" unit found in Left-Hand Drive markets.

Nissan Patrol Warrior Interior

In terms of engineering, the Patrol Warrior introduces alterations such as a 50mm lift, a wider track, improved approach and departure angles, and adjustments to the Hydraulic Body Motion Control system.

The pricing for the Nissan Patrol Warrior by Premcar starts at $101,160*, utilizing the Nissan Patrol Ti model as its foundation, which is priced at $84,900*. The Nissan Patrol Ti-L is available at $97,600*.

* Prices exclude on-road costs.

Here's a full spec list:

Nissan Patrol Ti - $84,900

  • Engine: 5.6L V8 (298kW @ 5800rpm, 560Nm @ 4000rpm)
  • Transmission: 7sp automatic with Manual Mode and Adaptive Shift Control (ASC)
  • Drive: 4X4
  • Off-road bumper
  • Rear Helical Limited Slip Differential
  • Hill Descent Control (HDC)
  • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Off-road monitor
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • 18" alloy wheels
  • Heated door mirrors with power adjustment/folding and integrated indicator lights
  • Audio system: CD/DVD, AM/FM radio, MP3 and USB/iPod connectivity with Bluetooth audio streaming
  • Satellite Navigation with 8" touch screen display
  • Traffic Monitoring System
  • 6 speakers
  • Tri-zone climate control air conditioning
  • Seating: 8 seat capacity
  • 8-way power adjustable driver seat with height adjustment and lumbar support
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Suspension: Hydraulic Body Motion Control (HBMC)
  • Leather-accented seats
  • Automatic headlights
  • LED front fog lights
  • Follow Me Home headlight function
  • Intelligent Key with remote keyless entry
  • Safety: Intelligent Around-View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Cruise Control, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, and Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention.

Nissan Patrol Warrior by Premcar - $101,160 (based on Nissan Patrol Ti)

  • Unique wheel, tyre, and suspension package with 50mm total lift
  • Re-engineered HBMC system with new front/rear springs, and rear bump stops
  • Towbar designed to fit full-size Warrior spare
  • 120kg GVM Upgrade
  • Unique 18" alloy wheels with All-Terrain tyres
  • 2.5mm thick steel Red Bash Plate
  • Black Exterior Highlights: grille and mirror caps
  • Bi-modal exhaust
  • Interior: Black theme

Nissan Patrol Ti-L - $97,600

All features of the Nissan Patrol Ti plus:

  • Seating: 7 seat capacity
  • Driver's seat memory with two settings, including adjustments for side mirrors and steering column position
  • First row centre console cool box
  • Audio: 13 premium BOSE speakers
  • Two 8" entertainment screens in the second row with headphones and remote control
  • Intelligent Rear View Mirror (I-RVM)
  • Puddle illumination light
  • Power-operated tailgate
  • Roof rails
  • Sunroof with Privacy Glass
  • Heated and cooled front seats
  • Adjustable steering column: tilt and telescopic electronically
  • Premium bumper.
Matt Brand
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