The latest Nissan Warrior is marching into showrooms with a six-figure price tag.

    The Nissan Patrol Warrior is priced from $101,160 before on-road costs, making it $16,260 more expensive than the Patrol Ti on which it’s based.

    It’s also $3560 more expensive than the more luxurious Patrol Ti-L.

    Of course, you’re getting plenty of off-roading equipment for your money with the Warrior. Rather than buying a Ti and heading for their nearest ARB store, Nissan is promising keen off-roaders (or buyers who want the roughest, toughest looking Patrol) the dream of a fully warrantied alternative.

    The Warrior has been reworked by Australian engineering firm Premcar, with a sophisticated new suspension setup, bumpers and bash plates, and a fresh exhaust to free up more noise from the naturally aspirated V8 engine.


    • 2024 Nissan Patrol Ti: $84,900
    • 2024 Nissan Patrol Ti-L: $97,600
    • 2024 Nissan Patrol Warrior by Premcar: $101,160

    All prices exclude on-road costs.


    The 2024 Nissan Patrol range uses a naturally aspirated 5.6-litre V8 engine producing 298kW of power and 560Nm of torque, mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission.

    The Warrior breathes through a unique bi-modal exhaust.

    All models offer full-time four-wheel drive with low-range gearing.


    The 2024 Nissan Patrol uses a claimed 14.4L/100km on the combined cycle and requires a minimum of 95 RON premium unleaded fuel. It has a 140L fuel tank.


    The 2024 Nissan Patrol measures 5175mm long and 1995mm wide, with a 3075mm wheelbase.

    The Ti is 1940mm tall, while the Ti-L is 1955mm tall. The Warrior has a 50mm ride height lift (29mm suspension + 21mm wheel and tyre), but its height hasn’t been confirmed.

    Its maximum braked towing capacity is 3500kg and a maximum unbraked towing capacity of 750kg, with a maximum tow ball download of 350kg.

    Ground clearance is 273mm in the standard Patrol. Departure angle is 23.3 degrees in the Ti and Warrior with a tow bar fitted, and 28 degrees in the Ti-L.

    Approach angle in the Ti and Ti-L is 34.4 degrees; in the Warrior it’s 40 degrees.

    Payload for the Ti is 785kg, increasing to 828kg in the Warrior. The Ti-L has a 750kg payload. Gross vehicle mass in the Ti and Ti-L is 3500kg, increasing to 3620kg in the Warrior.

    Servicing and Warranty

    The 2024 Nissan Patrol range is covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.

    In 2022, Nissan extended the servicing intervals for the Patrol from six months or 10,000 kilometres first to 12 months or 10,000 kilometres. 

    Nissan offers a capped-price servicing program, and the first six services are capped at $452, $581, $559, $916, $509, and $741, respectively. For the first six years or 60,000 kilometres of capped-price servicing will set you back $3758.


    The current Nissan Patrol doesn’t have an ANCAP safety rating.

    All Nissan Patrol models come standard with the following safety features:

    • Autonomous emergency braking with forward collision warning
    • Blind-spot assist
    • Lane-departure warning
    • Lane-keep assist
    • Rear cross-traffic alert
    • Adaptive cruise control
    • Front and front-side airbags
    • Curtain airbags for all three rows
    • Reversing camera with front and rear parking sensors
    • Surround-view camera

    Standard Equipment

    The Patrol Ti comes standard with the following equipment:

    • 18-inch alloy wheels
    • 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
    • Satellite navigation
    • Eight seats
    • Six-speaker sound system
    • Keyless entry and start
    • Tri-zone climate control
    • Leather upholstery
    • Ten-way power driver’s seat
    • Eight-way power passenger’s seat
    • Tyre-pressure monitoring
    • Automatic headlights
    • LED headlights and front fog lights
    • Heated, power-folding exterior mirrors
    • Hill descent control
    • Rear differential lock
    • Rain-sensing wipers
    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter

    The Patrol Warrior adds:

    • 29mm suspension lift
    • Retuned suspension system
    • 120kg GVM upgrade
    • 18-inch alloy wheels and Yokohama G015 295/70 AT tyres
    • Stainless steel side exit bi-modal exhaust
    • Warrior-branded front bumper, front bash plate
    • Bespoke tow bar and rated rear recovery points
    • Black interior trim finish
    • Alcantara door and dash trim with Warrior branding

    The Ti-L adds:

    • Seven-seat layout
    • 13-speaker Bose sound system
    • Heated and ventilated front seats
    • Sunroof
    • Second-row entertainment system with dual 8.0-inch screens, headphones and remote control
    • Digital rear-view mirror
    • Power tailgate
    • Puddle lights
    • Driver’s seat memory
    • Power tilt-and-telescoping steering column
    • Centre console cooler
    • Roof rails

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    Scott Collie

    Scott Collie is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Scott studied journalism at RMIT University and, after a lifelong obsession with everything automotive, started covering the car industry shortly afterwards. He has a passion for travel, and is an avid Melbourne Demons supporter.

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