Car reviews - Nissan - Patrol - Ti 5-dr wagon
8 Mar 2002
THE Patrol Ti driver is presented with a combination of manual and electric controls, most of which are placed in a suitable position for simple operation. The steering column adjusts for height only and the stalks attached to it include variable intermittent wipers, external lights and a right-hand indicator. Cruise control switches are placed on the steering wheel and electric mirror switchgear on the right-hand side of the dash, while window switches are on the doors. A remote fuel release is positioned underneath the steering column. Large buttons for rear demist and sub-fuel tank are located on the dash fascia, along with a differential lock switch and electric aerial up/down. The switch to four-wheel drive and low range is made via a conventional transfer case. Electric sunroof open/close and tilt/slide controls are positioned alongside an overhead console comprising maplights, sunglasses holder and an LCD display showing vehicle direction and the outside ambient temperature.
Did you know?The instrument dimmer, which adjust the brightness of the backlit gauges on the Patrol Ti, will only work when the lights are on
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