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Nissan Patrol 2005

The Nissan Patrol is a four-wheel-drive vehicle, fabricated by Nissan in Japan since 1950. The vehicle is accessible in Australia, New Zealand, Central America, South America, South Africa, United Kingdom and the Middle East and it is in direct rivalry with the Toyota Land Cruiser.
The Patrol is accessible with either two entryway (Short Wheel Base or SWB), four entryway wagon (LWB, Long Wheel Base) and Utility/Cab Chassis Variants. The old Y60 (GQ) stage is as yet fabricated as a military vehicle in the coutries of Asia and the Middle East, and unverified reports state that different forms of the Patrol are generally utilized by United Nations organizations. Clients regard the vehicle for its capacity and solidness, and current form of the Nissan Patrol stays underway. There are tireless gossipy tidbits about Nissan discharging this vehicle as a sort of Infiniti, however those bits of gossip are bogus. The Infiniti brand rather has a full-sized SUV called the QX56, which depends on the Nissan Armada. 

Name Variations 
This vehicle was sold in Japan under the name Nissan Safari. The Nissan Patrol was first sold in Australia during the 1960's, and was the primary vehicle to drive over the Simpson Desert in Australia. This model was assigned as the G60 Patrol. Until 1994, Ford rebadged the Australian rendition of the Y60 (GQ) Patrol, as the Maverick. The Nissan Patrol, especially the Short Wheel Base form or the Utility variant, has been the "Winch Challenge" contenders vehicle of decision, because of it's inherant driveline quality, simplicity of alteration, relative light weight, and notoriety.