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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by iandvl View Post
    Station wagon.

    Not an SUV. SUV are lesser vehicles.

    A Paj is an SUV. A Patrol is a wagon.
    Please instruct Nissan to change the BS on their website.

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    With a 5.6-litre V8 petrol engine powering what is to date our biggest SUV, the New Patrol is both willing and able to take you anywhere. No matter if you are cruising the city or turning down the road less travelled, Nissan reliability and raw power lie at the very heart of this Ultra-luxurious SUV. From the moment you engage the push-button engine start, you’ll hear an engine that sounds refined enough for a family SUV, but yet still excels at serious towing and tough off-roading.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePajero View Post
    Please instruct Nissan to change the BS on their website.



    https://www.group1nissan.co.za/nissa...you%20anywhere.
    I would if I could. Trust me - it is a gripe of mine.

    But a Patrol wagon is a wagon. Perhaps not the Y62, but previous models, they are wagons. Finish en klaar.

    Nice try though. Try again
    Last edited by iandvl; 2024/05/15 at 05:35 PM.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Congrats!

    My reason for getting one will be;

    Lots of car for the money

    Probably the strongest differentials/ gearbox.

    Not stolen as much as toyota

    Amazing drive

    Very capable

    and the cost vs the cost of a new vehicle makes up for the consumption

    Will any day buy one when the need arises
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    Default Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by iandvl View Post
    I would if I could. Trust me - it is a gripe of mine.

    But a Patrol wagon is a wagon. Perhaps not the Y62, but previous models, they are wagons. Finish en klaar.

    Nice try though. Try again
    Jou gat man

    Dit bly darm nog n Patrol al is dit n y62
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by iandvl View Post
    I would if I could. Trust me - it is a gripe of mine.

    But a Patrol wagon is a wagon. Perhaps not the Y62, but previous models, they are wagons. Finish en klaar.

    Nice try though. Try again
    So a SWB Patrol is a Shooting Brake then?

    https://www.caranddriver.com/feature...wagon-feature/

    I think terms evolve just as the industry does.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Beautiful! Still giving the new contenders a hiding 😃
    That Warrior edition the Aussies have is the beezneez
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth View Post
    So a SWB Patrol is a Shooting Brake then?

    https://www.caranddriver.com/feature...wagon-feature/

    I think terms evolve just as the industry does.
    Modern terms:

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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanvn View Post
    Jou gat man

    Dit bly darm nog n Patrol al is dit n y62
    It stays a Patrol. And it is a wagon
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    nice. bet it idles by the litre

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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by dilligafrican View Post
    nice. bet it idles by the litre
    They all do...
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    It's idling sounds fantastic!

    A really beautiful gurgling sound.

    Tenrandtenrandtenrandtenrandterandtenrand!


    Worth every cent.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal Hannes View Post
    It's idling sounds fantastic!

    A really beautiful gurgling sound.

    Tenrandtenrandtenrandtenrandterandtenrand!


    Worth every cent.
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    But seriously, what size tank does it have?

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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by dilligafrican View Post
    Amagluglug


    But seriously, what size tank does it have?
    140 litres which gives a pretty decent range.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanvn View Post
    140 litres which gives a pretty decent range.
    Both my TB45 and TD30 Patrols also have similar sized petrol and Diesel tanks. Both have 95lt main tanks (manufacturer's numbers), with 40lt (supposedly) secondary tanks, giving a 135lt capacity

    I have though heard of guys claiming that they have managed to fit more than 100lt into their main tanks. I have never tested that, when my main tanks get to a 1/4 tank, I start sweating and seriously start looking for a filling station to refuel, or I transfer fuel across from the secondary tank.

    I often pump the entire contents of my vehicles' secondary tanks into the main tanks and then when refilling the secondary tanks (they have separate filling caps and filler pipes), and have never managed to fit more than about 38,5 lt into either of the two Patrols' secondary fuel tanks.
    Last edited by mvcoller; 2024/05/15 at 09:49 PM.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Finger problems.
    Last edited by mvcoller; 2024/05/15 at 09:48 PM.
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Fake wood everywhere
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanvn View Post
    Fake wood everywhere
    It still looks seriously good inside. If it bothers you,cheap wood is available at the side of the road in Harties area

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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanvn View Post
    Fake wood everywhere
    Looks spacious! That centre console is almost Rolls Royce like... Perhaps a tad too much. How are the 3rd row seats and boot? For a family vehicle to have enough space for everyone in comfort is great!


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    Nice, congrats.
    Think I was parked next to you at Elvis Brew last week. That is a Beauty
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    Default Re: Nissan Patrol 5.6

    Quote Originally Posted by Commander View Post
    Looks spacious! That centre console is almost Rolls Royce like... Perhaps a tad too much. How are the 3rd row seats and boot? For a family vehicle to have enough space for everyone in comfort is great!
    The space is very good, 3rd row and the 'left over' boot space when in use is better than the 200.
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