Nissan Patrol 60th Diamond Edition celebrates 60 years of heritage

Nissan Patrol 60th Diamond Edition celebrates 60 years of heritage

One of the biggest favourites of the region beyond doubt, the Nissan Patrol, is turning 60 years since its first foray into the harsh terrains of our planet. To commemorate the event, Nissan introduces the all-new 2012 Nissan Patrol 60th Diamond Edition, featuring unique specifications never seen before.

Standing out with the unique ‘Pearl Black’ paintwork characterized by its diamond-like ability to reflect pinpricks of light from the reflective flecks within it, the Nissan Patrol 60th Diamond Edition comes complete with full chrome pack including door mirrors, rear bumper protector and kick plate, and the unique ‘60th Diamond Edition’ emblems. The interior comprise of specially embroidered leather front seats bearing the Patrol logo, and unique floor mats.

The Nissan Patrol 60th Diamond Edition will be available in both SE and LE trims with several additional features including satellite navigation, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, 8-inch LCD display and DVD rear-entertainment system, in the top option SE; and Advanced Safety Shield including Lane Departure Warning and Prevention, and Intelligent cruise control with Distance Control Assist and Intelligent Brake assist, in the flagship top option LE. The powertrains remain untouched.

The new Nissan Patrol 60th Diamond Edition is available on order from the local dealer showrooms in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and rest of GCC.

What do you think?



  1. Both Landcrusier and Patrol are getting out of reach, day by day. Next they would bring one with 22 carat gold steering, the Thieves will steal and sell it part by part.

  2. i have a gu ute 4.2td and i love it i love all patrols untill now i cant belive what nissan has done i remember watching a video from nissan saying we will stick with the tuff and proper 4wd now they have sold them selves out i understand its what the market wants its a said day for true 4wders must the GU be put down in history as the last proper 4wd i hope not and bring back the 4.2TD

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