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2016 Nissan Patrol Royale

updated: April 21, 2016 12:43 | launched: 17-10-23 17:41:31

Aiming straight for the luxury 4x4 market, the Nissan Patrol Royale comes packing with big numbers. With 8 cylinders, 5.6 liters and four wheel drive, the Patrol Royale is the most powerful SUV is the Nissan range. Due to its size, the Patrol can seat 8 while the occupants are coddled in its luxurious interior. Prices for the Patrol Royale start at PHP 3,995,000, making it the priciest car in the Nissan lineup.

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5552cc Gasoline

₱3,990,000*
*While we at AutoIndustriya.com strive to provide updated and accurate information, vehicle specifications and prices are subject to change by manufacturers and distributors without prior notice.

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