Nissan Safari or Patrol

The Nissan Safari, also known as the Nissan Patrol in many markets, is a series of rugged and capable off-road SUVs and pickup trucks manufactured by Nissan. The Patrol/Safari has a long history and has been in production since the 1950s.


Global Presence: The Nissan Patrol/Safari is sold in various countries around the world and is well-known for its off-road capabilities, reliability, and durability. It has a strong presence in markets where off-road vehicles are in high demand.

Generations: Over the years, the Patrol/Safari has gone through several generations, with each generation featuring updates in terms of design, technology, and performance. Some of the most popular generations include the Y60, Y61, and Y62.

Off-Road Capability: The Nissan Patrol/Safari is renowned for its exceptional off-road performance. It typically features a robust four-wheel-drive system, solid axles front and rear, high ground clearance, and advanced off-road technologies, such as locking differentials and a low-range transfer case. These features make it well-suited for tackling tough terrain and challenging off-road conditions.

Engine Options: Depending on the market and generation, the Patrol/Safari may come with a range of engine options, including gasoline and diesel engines. These engines are designed to provide adequate power and torque for off-road use and towing.

Interior and Comfort: While the focus of the Patrol/Safari is primarily on off-road capabilities, newer models often feature more comfortable and well-equipped interiors with modern technology and amenities, making them suitable for both off-road adventures and everyday driving.

Variants: The Patrol/Safari is available in various body styles and configurations, including two-door and four-door SUVs, as well as pickup truck versions. Some variants are designed for specific purposes, such as military, commercial, or civilian use.

Towing and Payload: Depending on the model and engine, the Patrol/Safari can have significant towing capacity and payload capability, making it suitable for towing trailers and carrying heavy loads.

Market Variations: The name “Patrol” is commonly used in many markets, including the Middle East, Australia, and some parts of Asia. In Japan, it is known as the Nissan Safari.