3Nissan Patrol Y62 Ti-L
Part of Nissan Patrol 4.4 

Nissan Patrol Y62 Ti-L (2013-2024)

 VerifiedAlso referred to as: Nissan Patrol Y62 Ti-L 2023 and Nissan Patrol Y62 Ti-L 2025.
3Nissan Patrol Y62 Ti-L
4.2

13 reviews

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Build Quality
4.8
Value for Money
4.8
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.3
Noise Level
4.7
Braking
4.0
Acceleration / Power
4.8
Gear Shifting
4.5
Suspension
4.3
Fuel Efficiency
3.5
Handling
4.3
Interior Design
3.5
Boot Size
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Features
4.0

Reviews

13 reviews
Cameron
CameronSydney, NSW129 posts
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cruisy
cruisyHunter Region, NSW22 posts
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far better than toyota

Had a lc200, bought new in 2015 pre dpf, i wont own a diesel with a dpf as they all cause issues so went to Patrol as petrol
its a far better vehicle, uses less fuel than the LC200 which surprised me, towing 2500kg van with lc200 used 25l per 100, towing a 3300kg van with patrol uses 23l per 100, its fast t handles well and i saved 35k from toyotas overpriced crap---the modern diesel is so choked to death, youll have dpf issues, you need catch cans, you have high pressure fuel pump issues, turbo issues, injector issues, the Patrol is under stressed, non turbo, and simple and reliable, oh and that V8 sound with a good exhaust is amazing i would buy again Show details
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MandyJ
MandyJSydney Surrounds, NSW15 posts
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Love my Patrol!

I was tossing up between the landcruiser and Patrol and chose the Patrol for the amazing value for money and the power it has! The landcruiser is like driving a boat compared to this weapon.
Yes we did a tune up and put some bigger tires on but we still saved around $60k going with the Nissan over the Toyota. It’s the best decision we have ever made. I have never really loved any of my cars and upgrade every 2 years. I don’t want to ever get rid of my patrol it’s my pride and joy! Show details
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sheree l.
sheree l.South East Queensland, QLD8 posts
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Love my Patrol

This is our family car and work vehicle
We use our car every day. Very economical
The fact that it only needs servicing twice a year is a financial help
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David
DavidPerth17 posts
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Oustanding vehicle in every respect

I bought this car in preference to a Toyota Sahara which was far over priced and in my opinion inferior in every way to the Y62 Patrol. The engine is unparralled in a 4 wheel drive, is smooth as silk and awesomely powerful. The many standard features leave the Toyota’s for dead. Note that I was formally a Toyota driver but could not justify as extra $40,000 for a Sahara to a Toyota badge, which is the only difference I could see. I love this car and plan to use it to tow a caravan in the future. In my view $iesel is dead as they will not be able to meet the pollution laws in the near future.

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MessFactor
MessFactorWide Bay-Burnett, QLD12 posts
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David
DavidGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC3 posts
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good car but dealer ordinary

I love the car but find all car dealers of most brands poor, Nissan were likewise poor and spoilt the experience, best I have had was Ford for a work car, The patrol is really BIG and takes some getting used to but I love the power and the car is a great touring car, Petrol is expensive but not a major concern, I am generally really happy and don't miss the Landcruiser and have lost confidence in late model Toyota diesels, The price of Landcruisers is now crazy and I saved about $28k

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Ken saddle
Ken saddleNorth Queensland, QLD5 posts
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Sold.... Can't wait to get another!

I purchased my Y62 TI-L in 2014 back when everyone said they were crap, they said it was heavy on fuel... They said a lot about them but clearly didn't know anything about them. I sold mine with just under 100,000klm for close to what I purchased the car for. It was a trouble free vehicle that towed effortlessly the wife and kids want another one and so do I. I only sold it as I update my vehicles every 3 years but I don't think the current land cruiser is going to last me this round, it's back to nissan for us. I can't explain why it just was a great car, very comfortable on long trips for everyone and fuel use on the freeway was averaging 13/100.

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Haha
HahaWestern Australia
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How much you can save from a Sahara $35k more paid

I have looking at this car for 3 years before I decided to keep one home. Performance is excellent when I find 200 is just far behind me when I slightly touch the accelerator.

Interior ...it is a joke 200 carries a few pieces of wood.

Running cost is a trick...

$35k cheaper than Sahara... How many km of petrol cost difference?

Stupid answer is 1,000,000 km. I think we dump the Patrol Y62 and the Sahara long time ago when we drove 500,000 km

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Leo
LeoAU2 posts
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Simply the best

Good bye 200 hello to a whole new world of awesome.

So much better than the old 200 in every way.

Just drive one. Then decide.

It outperforms the very dated 200 design in every way.

The fuel consumption isn't what you're led to believe and it most instances so far is better than the 200 on fuel.

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John
Johnadelaide
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Really it worth a look

It's smooth and powerful tows great fuel consumption is very acceptable for a car of its size and weight not a car for bush bashing but a highly capable tourer comfortable well built

Highly recommend. That if you are after a large 4wd for touring/towing it worth the time to look at one

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Joseph
JosephSydney4 posts
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Questions & Answers

Helen
Helen · Y62 Ti-L (2013-2024)

Hi I was wondering if anyone knows if my Nissan patrol y62 has factory wired CarPlay or Apple car play please. I’ve checked the manual which doesn’t really specify. If it doesn’t could I use a wireless CarPlay adaptor

cruisy
cruisy  

No carplay or android auto
But the Bluetooth works very well for your music, i don't miss android auto as the system works fine

Helen
Helen  

Hi thanks for your reply. Do you think a wireless CarPlay adaptor would work. I have a iPhone 14 and I don’t really like the maps and other features through the radio/phone

M.H.
M.H. · Y62 Ti-L (2013-2024)

Hey there, in the Ti-L can the kids watch different shows on their screens? Or both have to watch the same? Has anyone figured how to get content off phones/iPads?

Teena
Teena  

They have to watch the same thing. There’s only 1 DVD player, just with the 2 screens :-)

Adam H.
Adam H.  

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Starting Price $101,378$86,198$110,357
Warranty Distance Unlimited kmsUnlimited kmsUnlimited kmsUnlimited kms
TransmissionAutomaticAutomaticAutomaticAutomatic
Drive TypeFour Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrolPetrolPetrol
Wheels18" Alloy18" Alloy18" Alloy - Black with machined face18" Alloy
Doors 4444
Seats 788
Fuel Consumption14.4 L/100km14.4 L/100km14.4 L/100km14.5 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 140 L140 L140 L140 L
Engine5.6L VVEL V8, 5552cc5.6L VVEL V8, 5552cc5.6L VVEL V8, 5552cc5.6L VVEL V8, 5552cc
Engine CodeVK56VDVK56VDVK56VDVK56VD
Max Power298kW @ 5800rpm298kW @ 5800rpm298kW @ 5800rpm298kW @ 5800rpm
Max Torque560Nm @ 4000rpm560Nm @ 4000rpm560Nm @ 4000rpm560Nm @ 4000rpm
Phone ConnectivityBluetooth and USBBluetooth and USBBluetooth and USB
Security FeaturesImmobilizerImmobilizerImmobilizer
RoofSunroof
Steering Wheel AdjustmentTelescoping (Electric) and Up/DownTelescoping (Manual) and Up/DownTelescoping (Manual) and Up/Down
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)3,500 kg3,500 kg3,500 kg3,500 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)750 kg750 kg750 kg750 kg
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)5 year(s)
Keyless Features
Keyless Locking/UnlockingYesYesYes
IgnitionKeyless Start/Stop and Remote StartKeyless Start/Stop and Remote StartKeyless Start/Stop and Remote Start
Headlights
Headlight TypeLEDLEDLEDLED
Headlight FeaturesAuto-Dimming, Automatic On/Off and Self-CleaningAutomatic On/Off and Self-CleaningAuto-Dimming, Automatic On/Off and Self-Cleaning
Safety Features
Cameras360°360°360°
Cruise ControlAdaptive (ACC)Adaptive (ACC)Adaptive (ACC)
Parking SensorsFront and RearCross-Traffic Alert (Rear), Front and RearCross-Traffic Alert (Rear), Front and Rear
Hazard PerceptionBlind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Forward Collision WarningBlind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Forward Collision WarningBlind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Forward Collision Warning
Lane AssistanceEmergency Lane Keeping (ELK), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Keep Assist (LKA)Emergency Lane Keeping (ELK), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Keep Assist (LKA)Emergency Lane Keeping (ELK), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Keep Assist (LKA)
Dimensions
Kerb Weight2,861 kg2,812 kg2,884 kg3,500 kg
Ground Clearance273 mm273 mm323 mm273 mm
Driver Information
Built-In Navigation SystemYesYesYes
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