Nissan has recently announced the launch of the new Patrol Titanium Edition in Australia, where the model in question is apparently already available for order.
The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently launched a new special edition of the Patrol, in Australia, which has been called the Patrol Titanium Edition. According to the car manufacturer, those of you interested in the model in question should know that this is adding more than 12,500 AUD worth of equipment and extra features, compared to the previous model, and this should me more than enough to make it even hotter in the eyes of its future owners.
Some of the goodies found on it include the alloy three-quarter roof rack, the steel bulbar, the snorkel, the driving lights, electric winch, smoked bonnet protector, moulded rubber floor mats, spare wheel cover, towbar kit, sat-nav, rear-view camera, Titanium Edition key ring and several other tweaks. Powe to the model in question is being provided by a 3.0 liter inline six-cylinder turbo diesel engine, which has been rated at 118 kW and 354 Nm of torque with the automatic transmission and 380 Nm of torque with the manual gearbox. Prices for the Nissan Patrol Titanium Edition have been set at 57,990 AUD driveaway for the manual and at 60,990 AUD for the automatic.