What is a Y60 Patrol?

May 27, 2020 Off By idswater

What is a Y60 Patrol?

Nissan launched the GQ Patrol, also known as the Y60, in 1988. It was aimed fairly and squarely at Toyota’s LandCruiser, which was the top-selling four-wheel-drive. The GQ was a traditional 4×4, designed for heavy-duty use in the bush or beyond. Power was then delivered to the wheels through a two-speed transfer box.

What is Nissan Patrol called in USA?

Nissan Armada

Nissan Patrol
Also called Datsun Patrol (until 1984) Nissan Safari (Japan, 1980–2007) Nissan Armada (North America, 2016–present) Infiniti QX80 (2014–present)
Production 1951–present (international) 1951–2007 (Japan)
Body and chassis
Class Off-road vehicle/Full-size SUV

What’s the price of a 1997 Nissan Patrol?

The Nissan Patrol 1997 prices range from $3,700 for the basic trim level SUV Patrol RX (4X4) to $11,330 for the top of the range Ute Patrol ST (4X4). The Nissan Patrol 1997 comes in SUV and Ute. The Nissan Patrol 1997 is available in Diesel and Regular Unleaded Petrol.

When did the Nissan Patrol Wagon come out?

The following versions and sub-models of Nissan Patrol GR LWB Wagon (Y60-series) (export) were available in 1997: 1997 Nissan Patrol GR 2.8 TD SWB LWB Wide Body (man. 5) specs Nissan Patrol GR 2.8 TD SWB LWB Wide Body (man. 5) , manufactured or sold in 1997, version for Europe (up to late-year)

What kind of engine does a Nissan Patrol have?

Nissan Patrol GR 2.8 TD SWB LWB Wide Body (man. 5) , manufactured or sold in 1997, version for Europe (up to late-year) diesel fuel engine with displacement: 2825 cm3 / 172.9 cui, advertised power: 84.5 kW / 113 hp / 115 PS ( ECE ), torque: 235 Nm / 173 lb-ft, more data: 1997 Nissan Patrol GR 2.8 TD SWB LWB Wide Body (man.