Car reviews - Nissan - Patrol - Ti 5-dr wagon
8 Mar 2002
THE high, upright seating position in the big Patrol provides the driver with a commanding view of the traffic and maximises rear seat room into the bargain. Leather upholstery is used throughout the cabin on the seats and door panels, and both front bucket seats have electric height, seat cushion angle and fore/aft adjustment. A lever is also provided for manual lumbar adjustment of the driver's seat. New and improved side steps are provided for improved access to the cabin. The centre row has a 50/50 split-fold with each portion moving fore/aft and tumbling forward for access to the third row or increased luggage capacity. The third row also has a 50/50 split, folding up to each rear-side window when more cargo room is needed.
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