Nissan Patrol for Sale in Nigeria
A four by four off roader, the Nissan Patrol is a large four wheel drive manufactured by Nissan, the Japanese automobile manufacturer. The first Nissan Patrol came into production in 1951 and there are no plans to discontinue it. With over sixty years of production, the Nissan Patrol meets the needs of a wide variety of people providing their off road needs. In Africa, especially in Nigeria, the Nissan Patrol is a favourite, and there are a good number of them on the city and highway roads, going about one business or the other. Do you require a proper off road 4x4? Nigeria’s leading online car marketplace, Jumia Car, offers listings of the Nissan Patrol at very reasonable purchase prices. Why don’t you take a look, and let’s see if we can help you find what you are looking for?
What to know when buying a Nissan Patrol
Performance and Specifications of the Nissan Patrol
The Nissan Patrol is available in two engine types; diesel and petrol. Its most powerful engine is the 5.6 litre V8 which delivers 413 lb-ft of torque and 400 Boiler Horse Power. Lower engine types also deliver a considerable amount of power, as the smallest type of engine in the Nissan Patrol is a 3.0 litre diesel engine, which delivers above 200 horsepower. With regards to performance ratings, the Nissan Patrol can accelerate from a speed of 0-100 km/h in a sharp 6.6 seconds. Fuel efficiency of the Nissan Patrol with its biggest engine on the 2015 production model sees an average of 19.4 mpg. Previous generations of the Nissan Patrol saw lesser fuel efficiency ratings, such as 18.9 for the 2007 production year, and 12.7 mpg for the 1998 production year.
How is the design of the Nissan Patrol
The design of the Nissan Patrol has seen an enormous amount of modifications over the years. Starting with the two door pick up design in 1951, the current generation’s design has been described as the complete definition of “Rugged meets refined”. The all new Nissan Patrol has an exterior design which is both sleek and urban, yet does not compromise its off-roading capabilities. With an all new bumper, chrome grille design and a new body pattern, it looks very modern and can stand in the line-up of many modern vehicles. The interior of the Nissan Patrol is plush, with ample cargo and passenger space, having the capacity to sit a total of seven people. Upholstery is available in both cloth and leather and the accessories and technologies are mind-blowing. Technology to look forward to in the 2014/2015 Nissan Patrol include; keyless entry and ignition, rear seat entertainment, an Audio and Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System with steering control, a rear view camera, and other fun accessories.
What are the best/stand out features of the Nissan Patrol?
The Nissan Patrol is both stylish and rugged. It is able to take on many of the world’s toughest terrains. The sixth generation Nissan Patrol has a flexible 4×4 mode package which gives the driver the option of switching between four drive modes: sand, on-road, rock and snow, all with the flip of a switch. There is also a "Hydraulic Body Motion Control System” which avoids the body of the vehicle leaning in bad terrain, hence ensuring a more comfortable ride. Other systems present to ensure the Nissan Patrol can handle many conditions include; an electronic-locking rear differential, hill start and hill descent control, lane-departure warning, automatic braking and stability control.
Nigerian Used and Tokunbo Nissan Patrol in Nigeria
The Nissan Patrol is very much available in the Nigerian automobile market, and with the emergence of Nissan Patrol assembling plants in parts of Nigeria, the vehicle is definitely here to stay. Prior to the Nissan Patrol being assembled in Nigeria, a good number of them were imported, either as brand new vehicles or foreign used vehicles. These foreign used ones are called “Tokunbo” and account for a good number of vehicles in Nigeria. When the Nissan Patrol has been used locally in Nigeria and is being sold off, they are known as “Registered”, because of the registration process they have gone through. Either Tokunbo or Nigerian used Nissan Patrol models are always cheaper than buying a brand new one, hence they are in high demand.
The best Nissan Patrol year to buy
Regarding vehicles, the higher the year of production, the more advanced the vehicle is, and the Nissan Patrol has proven this point. The best year(s) of the Nissan Patrol to purchase would be the sixth generation range, 2010-present. The vehicle is amazing both in terms of style, performance and efficiency.
Nissan Patrol Price in Nigeria
For a brand new Nissan Patrol in Nigeria, one would spend nothing less than N22,500,000, and it could go higher, depending on engine capacity, trim level, etc. This does not mean that it cannot still be purchased by people who cannot afford such a high price tag. Find below an estimated price list of foreign used and Nigerian used Nissan Patrols for sale in Nigeria.
· Foreign Used (Tokunbo) Nissan Patrol for sale in Nigeria
2010 Nissan Patrol – Present Nissan Patrol: N8,000,000 – N15,500,000
1997 Nissan Patrol – 2010 Nissan Patrol: N1,000,000 – N5,000,000
· Nigerian Used (Registered) Nissan Patrol for sale in Nigeria
2010 Nissan Patrol – Present Nissan Patrol: N4,000,000 – N9,000,000
1997 Nissan Patrol – 2010 Nissan Patrol: N750,000 – N3,000,000
1984 Nissan Patrol – 2001 Nissan Patrol: N400,000 – N800,000
Overall impression of Nissan Patrol
Assured, powerful, confident, and in all, the conqueror of conquerors. These are some descriptions of the all new Nissan Patrol. Models like the Toyota Sequoia and Honda Pilot, which are also Japanese and come fitted with some of the best technologies known to the automobile market, the Nissan Patrol has a lot of ground to cover in terms of customer appreciation. The 2015 Nissan Patrol has won the hearts of many people, and we all just have to look at the previous years of production to appreciate the uniqueness of the Nissan Patrol line. If in the market for a large size 4x4 off roader, do make sure to take a look at the Nissan Patrol.