This Is Indeed The Refreshed 2014 Nissan Patrol SUV, Debuts at Dubai Show

Over the weekend, we shared some spy photos of what was rumored to be the visually updated 2014 Nissan Patrol. Now we can confirm the news and show you a couple more revealing pictures of the full-size SUV that will make its grand premiere tomorrow at the opening day of the 2013 Dubai Motor Show (November 5 to 9).

These fresh pictures, which come to us courtesy of DriveArabia and Nissan-Arabia, divulge the redesigned front end of the 2014 Patrol featuring new LED headlamps positioned next to a revised front grille and re-shaped bumper, while the other changes include new tail lamps, a tan leather seat option with wood-trimmed steering wheel and alloy wheel designs.

It is reported that Nissan left the Patrol’s V8 powertrains remain untouched, but that it added a new special edition version dubbed “Black” (pictured below) with a factory-matte black finish and grille, red leather seats and chrome wheels, which will be limited to 200 units for the Middle East.

Thanks to Saif for the tip!



  • TALLO883

    wooow. I wonder how the facelift of its sister suv , the Infiniti QX80 will look like.

  • Sharpel007

    We need to get this with Cummins V8 Diesel from the Titan…

    • Andrewthecarguy

      I wonder what the delay is in bringing the new Armada and Titan. If Nissan is smart, it would be the first to offer a non-luxury full size (3 row) SUV in the US.

  • 3rdworldjunkie

    Still hideous

  • Ancel Lim

    Still as ugly as before.

  • TheBelltower


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