Nissan Patrol for Sale in Ghana
The Nissan Patrol is a full-size SUV, which was first introduced in 1951 as an off-road pickup for military use. However, it gradually turned into a premium large SUV in six succeeding generations of production. The latest generation was launched in 2010 with a more bulky appearance and new technologies. In some regions, it is also sold with Infiniti QX56 nameplate.
Currently, Japan Motor Trading Company Limited is offering new Nissan Patrol for sale in Ghana. It is available in four trim options, based on engine and premium features, which include TB4SE, TB48DE, TD42 and ZD30DDTi. You can also choose from used Nissan Patrol, if you are running low on budget.
What to know when Buying Nissan Patrol
Performance and Specifications of Nissan Patrol
As said earlier, the 2015 Nissan Patrol is offered in four trim levels. Two of these are based on gasoline powertrain, while the other two are powered by diesel engines. The TB4SE is driven by a 4.5 liter six-cylinder engine producing 194 horsepower and 350 Nm torque. The second petrol version is TB48DE, which uses 4.8 liter six-cylinder engine to extract maximum 248 horsepower and 420 Nm torque.
The TD42 is the base version with diesel powertrain that employs a 4.2 liter six-cylinder engine to generate 114 horsepower and 264 Nm torque. In addition, the high-performance ZD30DDTi is built with 3.0 liter four-cylinder diesel engine yielding 158 horsepower and 380 Nm torque.
All these trims come with a standard five-speed manual gearbox with synchromesh on all gears, while the high performance versions of both petrol and diesel variants are available with an optional seven-speed electronically controlled transmission (ECT) that powers all the four wheels to give superior off-road performance.
How is the Design of Nissan Patrol
The Japanese automaker launched the sixth generation Nissan Patrol with major design improvements. It is taller, wider and longer than its predecessors, which make this SUV much more noticeable than before. In the start of 2014, the Nissan Patrol received another exterior facelift with built-in LED headlights and revised taillights. Other key features on the outside are redesigned front spoiler, a new commanding chrome front grille, front fog lights and an extra-large electric-powered sunroof.
The interior of sixth generation Nissan Patrol is also refreshed with a modern luxury design and superior materials. The seats are covered in either high-quality fabric or premium leather. The spacious passenger compartment allows three rows of seating with enough legroom for the third row occupants. Moreover, the second row seats can be split folded letting easy access to the third row. The interior color options include Black Leather, Ecru Leather, Black Alcantara, Ecru Alcantara, Grey Woven and Grey PVC.
What are the Best Features Nissan Patrol
There are some features that would make you love this utility vehicle. The new Nissan Patrol brings music under your fingertips through the steering-wheel-mounted audio controls that are integrated with AM/FM radio and optional seven speakers. Other premium features include classy leather and wood grain steering wheel, hidden storage compartments, large and bright instrument cluster, digital multi-meter and smart key system. To ensure the safety of passengers, the Nissan Patrol features advanced headlights producing high and low beam, antilock braking system and crushable zones that reduce the shock by absorbing impact energy.
Nissan Patrol Price in Ghana
Japan Motors Ghana encourages the potential buyers to inquire about the up-to-date and detailed prices of Nissan Patrol SUV. Assessing the previous few months, we can tell that the price of this vehicle is around GH 300,000 Cedis. Besides, a used Nissan Patrol of current generation would be available in minimum GH 130,000 Cedis. Additionally, the previous generation models are available from GH 50,000 Cedis to GH 75,000 Cedis.
Overall Impression of Nissan Patrol
The premium large SUV segment of Ghana is undoubtedly topped by the Toyota Land Cruiser. The Nissan Patrol is closely competing with two American SUVs, Ford Expeditionand Chevrolet Tahoe. Considering the engine power and Nissan’s all-wheel drive system, the Nissan Patrol is surely recommended for rough terrains across Ghana.