Nissan Patrol - Variants explained

Nissan Patrol - Variants explained

The new Nissan Patrol takes Nissan’s legacy forward by two folds. An iconic brand in the true sense, the 2020 Nissan Patrol captures the essence of an SUV, and at the same time promises a comfortable experience to the occupants. The renewed version looks refreshing; while there is no change in the basic silhouette and design, some styling elements spruce-up the exterior. 

Nissan Patrol front

Let us have a look at the dimensions and other specs of the new Nissan Patrol-

Length 5,315 mm
Width (without mirrors) 1,995 mm
Height (without roof rails) 1,955 mm
Wheelbase 3,075 mm
Ground Clearance 275 mm
Fuel tank 140L
Tyres 265/70 R18 & 275/60 R20
Seating Layout 8 seater

The ground clearance varies slightly for variants with 18-inch alloy wheels at 273 mm opposed to higher grades, equipped with larger 20-inch alloys.

Welcoming changes are extended to the upmarket cabin, layered with a plethora of comfort and connectivity amenities. The new Patrol line-up comes in eight variants including XE, SE T2, SE Titanium, SE PLT City, LE T1, LE T2, LE Titanium and LE PLT City. Power on the range is sourced from potent V6 and V8 engines, paired to a single automatic gearbox.  Check out the Nissan Patrol specs sheet-

Power 275 HP at 5,600 rpm 400 HP at 5,800 rpm
Torque 394 Nm at 4,000 rpm 560 Nm at 4,000 rpm
Transmission 7-speed AT 7-speed AT
Drivetrain 4WD 4WD

Variants including XE, SE T2, SE Titanium and SE PLT CITY derive power from the 4.0L, V6 unit, while LE T1, LE T2, LE Titanium and LE PLT City house the V8 engine under the hood. 

Nissan Patrol side

The 2020 Nissan Patrol price break-up for the entire range is listed in the table below.

Variant Price
Nissan Patrol XE AED  199,900
Nissan Patrol SE T2 AED  222,100
Nissan Patrol SE Titanium AED  240,200
Nissan Patrol SE PLT CITY AED  265,200
Nissan Patrol LE T1 AED  234,000
Nissan Patrol LE T2 AED  275,000
Nissan Patrol LE Titanium AED  299,000
Nissan Patrol LE PLT City AED  329,000

Nissan Patrol XE 

The all-new Patrol range starts from the XE variant. It is powered by the 4.0L V6 unit and paired to a 7-speed auto box. At the face, it sports LED headlamps and daytime running lights, while fog lamp units are reserved only for the rear. The flanks equip blackened wing mirrors with power adjusting & auto-folding functions. On the inside, there is a hydraulic power steering with manual tilt & telescopic functions. It also gets mounted audio, telephone and ASCD controls. Other prominent features aboard include push start switch, i-key with panic alarm switch, cloth upholstery, manually adjusting driver & co-passenger seats, 60:40 split rear seats, arm-rests at both ends, 12V power outlets and tri-zone climate control, etc. 

Nissan Patrol rear

The entry-level XE comes with the 6.75-inch ASEAN audio unit with USB port, four-speakers, and AUX-in. A limited-slip differential and rear differential are also part of the pack. Speaking of the standard safety kit, it comprises of dual front airbags, 3-point seat belts, ISOFIX points for the child seat, anti-lock-braking system, vehicle dynamic control with brake, limited-slip differential, hill descent control, and hill start assist (with cancel switch). Front & rear parking sensor and tyre pressure monitor are some other safety features that are standard across line-up. Despite being an entry-level variant, the XE packs a whole bunch of equipment, available at a price point of AED 199,900. 

Nissan Patrol SE T2 

Sitting a notch above base XE, the SE T2 carries over all the features of XE and the 4.0L unit, linked to a 7-speed auto box, supported by a 4WD is common in both. The list of equipment includes coloured side mirrors with turn signals and puddle lamp, headlamps with manual leveliser, powered tail-gate LED fog lamps at the front and a sunroof. The cabin benefits from an i-RVM (intelligent rearview mirror) missing in the entry-level XE. Also, the steering wheel is wrapped in leather and the powered driver’s seat comes with reclining, sliding, lifter, tilt and lumbar support functions. A 7-inch TFT display sits inside, while the talking point in the cabin remains the large 8-inch+7-inch HD display system with navigation, voice recognition, 6-speakers, USB and PIVI and a rearview camera. Door locking impact sensing lock and remote engine starter are some additional features available with the SE T2. As for pricing, the SE T2 costs just AED 22,000 more than the base trim at AED 222,100. 

Nissan Patrol cabin

Nissan Patrol SE Titanium 

Aside from the list of equipment on SE T2, the SE Titanium also boasts a roof rail atop, leather-wrapped seats, powered third-row seat with reclining and folding functions and a high beam assist. The powered passenger seat also gets sliding and reclining functions. There is a separate 8-inch display with USB and HDMI for the rear passengers. A wireless charger and BOSE audio with 13 speakers further enhance the connectivity kit inside. As for safety, there are a plethora of features such as side airbags, curtain airbags (aside from the standard dual front airbags), intelligent lane departure warning, intelligent lane intervention, intelligent blind spot warning, intelligent blind-spot intervention, and intelligent rear cross-traffic alert are available in this trim. The presence of these features notches up the price by AED 18,000 and makes it AED 240,200. 

Nissan Patrol


The mechanicals on this variant is identical to the rest of the SE grades, powered by the V6 unit. As for amenities, it sports chrome pated wing mirrors with rev link at the side. Rain-sensing wipers provide hassle-free driving during monsoon, while the chunkier 20-inch alloy wheels provide a commanding road presence. The leather and wooden electric steering fit well inside the plush cabin, sporting premium leather seats with quilting. The driver and front passenger seats come with heated and cooling functions, while the memory settings are specific to the driver’s seat. Intelligent around view monitor with moving object detection and off-roading monitoring function are some other additional features that are part of the kit and cost around AED 25,000 more at 265,200 over the SE Platinum. 

Nissan Patrol LE-T1 

The LE T1 houses Nissan’s godly 400 HP, 5.6L, V8 engine that promises abundant power and electrifying performance. Positioned as the base trim in the 5.6L range, it makes do with the black finished LED headlamps with daytime running lights, featuring smart auto light. The fog lamps are missing in front, and flanks are equipped with 18-inch alloys.

Nissan Patrol front

On the inside, there is a manually adjusting interior mirror, manually tilted telescopic steering wheel and a push engine starter. It is essentially an alter ego of the XE variant, with the only difference in the engine. The rest of the features are also identical to the XE such as cloth seats, 6.75-inch display audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, etc. Powered by the robust 5.6L unit, the LE-T1 costs around AED 34,000 more than the XE, featuring the 4.0L engine under the hood. That said, the LE T1 is priced at AED 234,000. 

Nissan Patrol LE T2

Akin to the LE T1, this variant also mirrors SE T2 in terms of features and styling, save for mechanicals, and some comfort goodies such as leatherette seats, an 8-inch rear display with USB, HDMI and powered front passenger seat with sliding and reclining functions. The presence of the aforementioned features widens the price gap to AED 53,000 (approximately) to AED 275,000. 

Nissan Patrol front

Nissan Patrol LE Titanium 

As compared to the SE Titanium, the LE Titanium 5.6L has meaty 20-inch alloys on sides, city bumper on both ends, suspension control, hydraulic-powered speed-sensitive steering, and heating & cooling functions for front seats. This brings the price difference between LE & SE Titanium to AED 59,000, with the LE Titanium priced at AED 299,000. 

Nissan Patrol LE PLT CITY 

Sitting at the top of the 5.6L range, the LE PLT City additionally receives memory function for front seats, intelligent back-up intervention, etc. However, it misses out on intelligent rear cross-traffic. Packed with some prominent driver assistance tech, this variant costs AED 64,000 more than its SE counterpart at AED 329,000. 


The new Nissan Patrol line-up brims with a comprehensive comfort and connectivity kit, and a solid safety suite. Available with two engine choices, the 4.0L variants are relatively less in price compared to the 5.6L line-up, which packs few additional bits. While both versions are performance-oriented, the V8 unit promises a gush of power, and benefits from Nissan’s Hydraulic Body Motion Control adaptive suspension set-up on the higher variants (LE Titanium & LE PLT CITY). 

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