Nissan confirms price and final specs for Patrol Warrior

Sitting between the Ti and Ti-L trim levels, the Patrol Warrior by Premcar takes the next logical step in the story that began with the Navara. Should you want one, you’ll need to part with $101,160 plus on-roads.

What you get for that is a raft of key mechanical upgrades, as well as interior and exterior changes that enhance the capability of the already highly regarded Patrol. Put simply, Premcar’s Warrior version has been engineered to ensure no compromise.

The Patrol’s off-road capability is enhanced by the Warrior’s increased ground clearance, larger all terrain tyres, redesigned towbar (a full-size spare), and key improvements to its suspension and GVM.

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With refreshed exterior styling and expanded dimensions, the Patrol Warrior by Premcar boasts a significantly enhanced presence whether on or off road, while the interior has been finished in gloss black and Alcantara trim with Warrior embossing.

It also features a new bi-modal exhaust system to enhance the driving experience and unleash the ultimate expression of Nissan’s 298kW/560Nm V8, and sports improved off road capability thanks to its enhanced HBMC suspension.

The Patrol Warrior by Premcar is based on the well-appointed Nissan Patrol Ti, with standard features including satellite navigation, electric front seats, blind spot warning, around-view monitor, emergency braking, and leather-accented seats.

Available in Brilliant Silver, Moonstone White, Gun Metallic, and Black Obsidian, it also grabs a red Warrior branded bash plate, black fender flares, 18-inch alloy wheels, Yokohama G015 295/70 All-Terrain tyres and a bespoke towbar with two rear recovery points.

Black mirror caps, a black grille and Warrior decals and badging are included, while inside there’s more black, an Alcantara door and dash inlay featuring Warrior branding and high-gloss black trim elements.

Structurally, changes include a 50mm lift (+29mm suspension lift, +21mm wheel and tyre package), 40mm wider track, a 40-degree approach angle and 23.3-degree departure angle, and re-developed front springs.

New progressive rate rear bump-stop and multi-rate rear springs are included, along with a120kg GVM upgrade, and a 48kg increase in carrying capacity. The Warrior maintains the Patrol’s 3.5-tonne braked towing capacity.

Other standard features include a rear helical limited slip diff, hill descent control and hill start assist, an off road monitor, front and rear packing sensors, and heated door mirrors. The existing audio system supports CD/DVD, AM/FM radio, MP3 and USB, and Bluetooth.

An 8.0-inch infotainment system connects to 6-speakers in the 8-seater, while there’s also tri-zone climate control air conditioning. Safety tech includes forward collision warning, rear cross traffic alert, intelligent cruise control, lane departure warning and intervention.

To find out more, contact your local Nissan dealer. If you’re keen on one and need finance, talk to CreditOne.

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