The Nissan Patrol 2011 was unveiled in Abu Dubai but the Nissan Patrol 2011 Australia will not see it until next year. Nissan Patrol 2011 is the seventh generation of Patrol and was scheduled to go on sale in April. The Nissan Product Design Director, Taiji Toyota, mentioned that the new Nissan Patrol 2011 was designed to appear less rugged, taking on a more upscale look.
After more than a decade with minimal changes, the Nissan Patrol 2011 has been redesigned from the ground up, aiming to regain some of the market-share lost to its rivals. The all-new Nissan Patrol 2011 can be optioned up with enough features to classify it as a full-fledged luxury vehicle, with some class-leading features and new technology.
After extensive market research, especially in the Middle East, the design team concluded that for the Nissan Patrol 2011, to beat its main competitors, it needed not only a brand new design direction but class-leading engine performance, greater luxury and comfort and a smart mix of new technologies that enhanced the total driving experience. According to the design director, one design element for the Nissan Patrol 2011 that expresses ’Patrol’ and had to feature strongly was the angled-strut motif front grille.
It was meticulously proportioned to deliver a sense of continuity with past models but give a touch of newness while enhancing the Nissan Patrol 2011 status level. Featuring generous amounts of leather, polished aluminium and wood grain paneling, the Nissan Patrol 2011 interior too has been significantly upgraded. According to Nissan, most 4wd owners devote less than 15% of their driving time to off-road use, because of these statistics; the Nissan Patrol 2011 interior offers a more luxurious interior than previous Patrol generations.
Although Nissan has not revealed the new Nissan Patrol 2011 full powertrain line up it does however feature a direct injected 5.6 liter V8 engine with VVEL (variable valve event and lift) and DIG (direct injection gasoline) technologies that generate 300kW and 550Nm of torque. Nissan Patrol 2011 also features a seven speed automatic transmission which will be paired with the V8.
Also along with the upgraded 4wd system that includes Nissan Patrol 2011 setting for road type such as rock, sand, snow and general on road use. The SUV sits on four-wheel independent suspension, and features some high tech Nissan Patrol 2011 accessories like: hydraulic brakes, hill start assist, and hill descent control.
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Unfortunately, right-hand drive production for the Nissan Patrol 2011 USA has yet to be officially confirmed — that should happen sometime in 2011. The Nissan Patrol 2011 on display at the 2010 Sydney Motor Show was a left-hand drive model bound for the Middle East. That’s because the next-generation Patrol was being developed with the Middle East and the Nissan Patrol in USA in mind — Infiniti in the US of A gets a glommed up model dubbed the QX56. When the new Nissan Patrol 2011 finally arrives in USA, it will come loaded to the gills with not only off-road ding equipment, but also tech goodies and luxury fittings.
The Nissan Patrol 2011 is the real deal when it comes to owning a 4WD. Featuring new exterior design and new roomier interior, the new Nissan Patrol 2011 will compete with models like Toyota Land Cruiser. However, with its fresh new styling, superior packaging, powerful but economical V8 engine, clever off-road technologies and higher levels of luxury and comfort, the all-new Nissan Patrol 2011 is now a true segment leader.
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