Nissan’s most recent concept is definitely the best deal an off-road fan can come up with. The Nissan Armada Mountain Patrol concept that has been lately introduced will come with off-roading kit while also providing a lofty place for great outdoors.
The Japanese car brand claims the new off-road vehicle is made to adapt to overlanding with a significant lift along with beefier dampers and springs. To boost traction, the sull-sized SUV will come with Nitto 35-inch all-terrain tyres. Both front and rear bumpers were trimmed to pave the way for steel units.
To boost traction, the SUV will come with Nitto 35-inch all-terrain tyres
Both front and rear bumpers were trimmed to pave the way for steel units
Not only receiving the upgraded undercarriage, the SUV also takes the rock sliders and skid plates which secure the Armada Mountain Petrol’s underbelly. Besides, the spare tire has a new position at the tailgate’s area. A winch taking a place in front, along with Rhino Rack shovels, Hi-lift vehicle jack, and a rack-mounted MaxTrax will help the off-road vehicle handle sticky situations. There’s even a Rotopax additional gas can. What’s more, the Nissan Armada Mountain Patrol concept comes standard with wheel well lights, fog lights mounted on the front bumper, and a LED light bar mounted on the roof.
Video: Watch Nissan Debut the 2018 Nissan Armada Mountain Patrol
To excite camping fans, the vehicle provides a pop-up tent enough to be occupied with 4 people
To excite camping fans, the vehicle provides a pop-up tent enough to be occupied with 4 people. Folding chairs and sleeping bags are included in the package. The Pelican gear cases, ARB drawer system, and a back-bone pioneer tray provides more storage. Otterbox Venture coolers and a Dometic freezer are to keep your food fresh during your campings.
There are no changes in terms of the engine which is still the 5.6L V8. That means the Nissan Armada Mountain Patrol concept will produce 400PS and 560 Nm. All-wheel-drive comes available with a 7-speed automatic.
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