Nissan Patrol Warrior: Overland Awesomeness!

Patrol Warrior: Now More Rugged Off-Road

Nissan Australia has unveiled a super-charged version of the unstoppable Patrol (also referred to as the Armada) for off-roaders and thrill-seekers. The Japanese carmaker has collaborated with Premcar to create the Warrior derivative, which they describe as “tailor-made for Australian conditions.”

Premcar has equipped its Patrol Warrior with a plethora of features, based on the Ti trim level. These encompass navigation via GPS, Blind Spot Detection, power-adjustable leather seating and Autonomous Emergency Braking, among many others. The team at Premcar has put intense effort into upgrading the Patrol in four distinct areas.

Beginning with its off-road performance, the Warrior outdoes its standard SUV equivalent courtesy of a bolstered ground clearance, plus Yokohama G015 295/70 all-terrain tyres and a recently-refurbished tow bar assembly to house a full-sized emergency wheel. Further enhancing its prowess, Premcar has made some accentuation to the suspension.

Standing 1.96 inches taller than the usual Ti, the Patrol Warrior highlights an extended track of 1.57 inches compared to the typical model. For tackling the hardest terrain come a far-reaching approach angle of 40 degrees and departure angle of 23.3 degrees.

Premcar has substituted the front springs and introduced multi-rate springs in lieu of the rear ones. Additionally, the Hydraulic Body Motion Control system has been re-calibrated and a fresh rear bump-stop mounted. The naturally aspirated 5.6-liter V8 engine has been maintained as-is yet an innovative bi-modal exhaust system provides 400 horsepower and a throaty rumble.

The outside of the Patrol benefits from a spruced-up new front bumper, skid plate, and fender extensions which give it an edgy aura. Gone is the standard chrome grille and instead we have a smouldering black-painted finish to match up with the back valance panel and door mirror casings. Warrior logos, badges, plus 18″ rims cap off the exterior look. Four attractive hues will be available for the exterior: Lustrous Silver, Pale White, Gun Metal, and Black Obsidian.

Within, the Patrol still showcases luxurious and sophisticated features. The Warrior edition showcases glossy black accents and an Alcantara trim complimented by Warrior logos.

Nissan in Australia formed a partnership with Premcar prior to build the tough Navara PRO-4X Warrior.

“The Patrol Warrior by Premcar is a vehicle that has been tailored to the Australian environment. Our team of automotive industry experts have invested thousands of hours into researching and designing this model, and we are delighted to introduce it to the Warrior family,” said Bernie Quinn, Engineering Director at Premcar. “This is a product of the finest car-making knowledge in Australia, and we can’t wait to see how it performs.”

When it comes to cost, the Premcar Patrol Warrior takes the cake at an asking price of AU$101,160 (approximately $64,741). This makes it one of the most expensive variants in the lineup. Despite being pricey, buyers are getting additional value for their money, specifically if they require a car that is both luxurious and highly durable for traversing the outback.

“It’s a shame, but we don’t anticipate the Warrior by Premcar being available in the United States. The current Armada is on its way out, and a new ‘Range Rover-like’ model is set to be released in the near future. It’s expected to feature more luxury and be equipped with a powerful twin-turbo V6 engine.”

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