Nissan Patrol Warrior by Premcar Begins Production in Australia

Matt Brand
September 15, 2023

Production for the Nissan Patrol Warrior, a collaboration with Premcar, is now underway in Australia. Come next month, Nissan showrooms are expected to showcase the first of these vehicles.

Epping, just outside Melbourne, is home to the production facility for the Nissan Patrol Warrior. This milestone follows the successful completion of its local tuning and manufacturing readiness programs.

Besides accommodating the Nissan Patrol Warrior, the facility in Epping also supports the increasing demand for the Nissan Navara PRO-4X Warrior and SL Warrior dual-cab 4x4 models.

The establishment of this site marked significant strides in staffing, manufacturing tooling, and advanced production technologies.

Bernie Quinn, Engineering Director at Premcar, remarked, “The launch of the Nissan Patrol Warrior production in our new setting is noteworthy. This vehicle is equipped to traverse a spectrum of terrains, from smooth highways to more challenging off-road conditions.”

Elaborating on the model's availability, Quinn noted, “By October, the Australian market will be introduced to the new Warrior series, and we're looking forward to its presence in Nissan dealerships.”

According to Premcar, the Nissan Patrol Warrior has been tailored after intensive testing to match Australia's varied driving conditions. Similarly, they state that other Nissan Warrior models have been crafted considering the specific nuances and demands of the Australian environment.

Looking for car finance?

Get pre-approved car loan offers from over 30 Aussie lenders in minutes.

Matt Brand
Matt Brand, the esteemed car critic from Car Sauce, offers unparalleled expertise on all things automotive. From new car releases to pre-owned options, he provides in-depth analysis and honest evaluations to guide readers through the car-buying process. Join us as he delves into the exciting world of motoring.

Other car news

Mazda Australia Initiates Recall of BT-50 Models Due to Potential Fire Risk

Mazda Australia recalls 8,936 BT-50 models (2021-2023) due to potential fire risk from fuel hose issue. Owners urged to contact dealers.
Matt Brand
December 4, 2023

Toyota's Urban SUV Concept: Innovative or a Suzuki Reskin? A Closer Look at the 2024 Electric Contender

Unveiling the truth behind Toyota's Urban SUV Concept, set for a 2024 release. Is it a groundbreaking electric SUV or a disguised Suzuki?
Matt Brand
December 4, 2023

2024 Kia Picanto (Facelift): Upgraded Safety, New Style at a Steeper Price

2024 Kia Picanto revs up with advanced safety, fresh colors, and sleek design. Price rises, but value soars?
Jacob Brooke
December 4, 2023

Sign up to our newsletter

Be the first to know when we drop new car reviews.

By clicking Sign Up you're confirming that you agree with our Terms and Conditions.
Thank you! Welcome to the Car Sauce community!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.