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======================================== Top 10 Best Hatchback / Sport Hatchback 2018 : https://youtu.be/UK-o6qWOrS8 ======================================== 2018 NISSAN TERRA - Fortuner and Pajero 'Killer' Ahead of an official launch in China, Nissan has revealed the first few photos of its new Terra – a body-on-frame, seven-seat SUV based on the Navara. The model will be the first vehicle from Nissan’s frame and light commercial vehicle (LCV) division to launch under the company’s six-year midterm plan, ‘Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022’. Visually, the SUV is identical to all the leaked images we’ve uncovered in the past, both inside and out. In the case of the former, the Terra is differentiated from the Navara by its bumper, with the lower section angled inwards to “frame” the lower intake. Sharper headlights (with DRLs) also flank the more pronounced V-motion grille, which features four slats within it. Nissan didn’t provide a three-quarter rear shot of the Terra, merely giving us a close-up of one side of its taillights. We already know the entire section beyond the front doors are new, including larger rear doors, additional side windows and forming a naturally wavy beltline.. Read more https://paultan.org/2018/02/26/nissan-terra-first-photos-of-seven-seat-suv-revealed/ Music Source : Music source : https://www.youtube.com/c/NCMEpicMusic
Back in February 2018, Nissan revealed the first official images (and a video) of its new Terra, a Navara-based SUV conceived to take on the likes of the Toyota Fortuner, Ford Everest, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Isuzu MU-X. And now the Japanese automaker has released a few more details. Now that the body-on-frame SUV has officially gone on sale in China, Nissan has released a little more detail (and another video) of what is essentially the spiritual successor to the Pathfinder. Note, of course, that the model you see here is built for China and may well differ slightly from the Terra that we expect will eventually make its way to South Africa. Interestingly, the Terra (in China, at least) is a strict five-seater, and thus doesn’t feature a pair of pop-up seats in the rear like its key competitors. This, Nissan says, gives the new model “more rear space than any competitor”, including a best-in-class (but so far unspecified) loading capacity. The Terra measures 4 882 mm in length, which makes it a mite longer than the Fortuner and a little shorter than the Everest. The new model is 1 850 mm wide and 1 835 mm tall, while ground clearance comes in at 225 mm. In China, the Terra is powered by Nissan’s QR25 four-cylinder petrol engine, worth 135 kW at 6 000 r/min and 251 N.m at 4 000 r/min. But when the SUV eventually arrives in Western markets, we suspect Nissan’s 2,3-litre turbodiesel will find its way under the bonnet. Nissan says the Terra is “tough and rugged”, while its ladder-frame chassis has been “reinforced to give it greater rigidity for an authentic off-road drive”. It furthermore features a five-link coil spring rear suspension system and rigid rear-wheel axle, along with a four-wheel-drive system, hill descent control and hill start assist. Nissan says the Terra will be rolled out to “other select markets in Asia later this year”. In February, Nissan South Africa told us: “Nissan Group of Africa is excited about the launch of the LCV-based Terra in certain parts of the Nissan world. We are working closely with our parent company to develop a vehicle that is suitable to the sub-Saharan market, however we are not in a position to confirm details at this point”. ============================================== ► Please contact this email if you have any copyright issues: firstname.lastname@example.org ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney https://www.youtube.com/c/NCMEpicMusic Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Track: Radio Watch: https://goo.gl/eoK5dD ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: https://goo.gl/SGPqjc #newcars #autotv #cartv #topcar #topsuv
The Modern Icon Pajero delivers the latest and greatest in 4WD technology, style, sophistication and unquestionable reliability, giving you the confidence to go anywhere and take on almost anything. Life is built on experiences, and this is where a whole new chapter begins. Boasting a history as storied as it is prestigious, Pajero is no ordinary 4X4. Beneath the bold, uncompromising styling and clean, sleek lines is a heart and soul that has explored the furthest corners of the world and come back seeking more. Conquering mountain passes and city avenues with equal poise, a new Pajero has arrived for the next challenge: yours. Models available are: 2018 Mitsubishi Pajero Executive 3.0L V6 – $8,200,000 2018 Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2L Di-D – $8,550,000
2016_2017 The Patrol Nismo It's based on the SUV we'd know better as the Infiniti QX80, but instead of taking an off-road or luxury approach, the Patrol Nismo (as you might have guessed) goes for on-road performance. To that end, the performance division has given it a thorough workover. The 5.6-liter V8 engine, for starters, has been tuned by Nissan's Takumi craftsmen up from 400 horsepower to 428. The suspension has been firmed up with Bilstein shocks and mounted with 22-inch forged alloys from Rays. The power steering system has tuned by Nismo for sportier handling. The bodywork has been upgraded for an aggressive look and zero aerodynamic lift. And the interior has been refitted to make it a more suitable environment from which to command the added performance capabilities.
In this video, Jenny reviews the latest Nissan Patrol to hit the Australian shores. It’s the 2018 Nissan Patrol in the premium Ti-L trim. It's a huge 7 seater with a lot on offer.
This is the latest version of the Patrol, nearing the end of its era and the result of a bit of a facelift/redesign that happened last year. It remains a far departure from the boxy, rugged styling of its predecessor – the Y61 model.
The new Patrol packs a 5.6 liter V8 with 298 kW or power and 560 Nm of torque. The official fuel consumption of 14.4 l per 100 km.
Nissan’s latest Patrol 4WD has lost some ground to its main rival in the Toyota Landcruiser for one main reason in a category where diesel is king, there is currently only a petrol engine available.
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