Next-generation Nissan Patrol to make world debut at the U.A.E. on February 14

You know when people say that they have good news and bad news?
Well, we have one for you loyal followers of the Nissan Patrol . The good news is that the next generation Patrol has been earmarked to have its world debut on February 14 in the United Arab Emirates and that six lucky people will get a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to see the event.

The bad news is that the competition is only eligible for a select number of countries in the Middle East (U.A.E., Oman, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, and Kuwait). Now, if you’re a TopSpeed reader from these areas, all you need to do is answer a simple survey at the Welcome the Hero website to have a chance at getting a front-row seat to the world premier of the Patrol luxury SUV.

Incidentally, Nissan is building up the Patrol as ‘The Hero of All Terrain’, complete with its own website and a detailed history of the intrinsic communion between the luxury SUV and the Middle East dating back to the 50’s. Like we said, we all have to take the good news with the bad and while us folks here in the US won’t have a chance to enter this contest, we’ll settle for knowing that the next-generation Patrol has finally arrived.

That, in itself, is pretty good news.


5 comments:

What can we expect from Nissan car except sporty design and great performance just like the GTR!

let’s just admit it that we doesn’t need a car that has a higher price tag.
We need an inexpensive one. Fun to drive and have an outstanding performance.

It has been quite a while since I haven’t have learned about no changes with the Nissan Patrol. I expect that the new one will be very sophisticated to make the wait worth. Well the rules of the contests are rules but it would have been great of the contest is available to everyone world wide as it will really be great to see it on it’s debut.

well many says that patrol in underpower, i doubt that, patrol is one of the best SUV in the world. and it was next to nissan armada. patrol can go anywhere you want it to go.

Waiting for it for two years.

I agree it is a pretty good news.

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