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October 24, 2017

Nissan Philippines Ends Patrol Super Safari Production with Legend Edition

After 38 years, off-road enthusiasts in the Philippines is saying goodbye to a legend. As the Patrol Super Safari (Y61) ends assembly in the Philippines, Nissan Philippines (NPI) is paying homage to the off-road icon by releasing a limited final edition model aptly named: Nissan Patrol Super Safari Legend Edition.

Limited to just 38 units, the Patrol Super Safari Legend Edition is available in just two colors: Pearl Black and Polar White. Outside, it’s distinguishable with its exclusive modifications namely: the front bull bar, tow kit, roof basket, B-pillar door slash, matte-black alloy wheels, and decals on the side and spare tire cover. Inside, it has a serialized interior badge along with plush tan leather on the seats and door trims.

Mechanically, the Patrol Super Safari Legend Edition remains unchanged. It’s powered by a 3.0-liter turbo diesel engine good for 150 horsepower and 343 Nm of torque. The sole transmission is a 4-speed automatic.

“The Patrol Super Safari Legend Edition is a celebration of the vehicle’s remarkable years in the Philippines.” says Ramesh Narasimhan, Nissan Philippines President & Managing Director “As we end its production on a high note, we will continue innovating our current lineup of vehicles and introducing new models that are guaranteed to serve generations of Filipinos looking for any type of road adventure.”

The Nissan Patrol Super Safari Legend Edition retails for P 2,995,000.


  1. Ridiculous engine choice for a body that big. It should have been equipped with a 6 cylinder diesel at the least.

    1. It’s so outdated that it shouldn’t even cost you 3 million. It would be more reasonable if it were a bit over one mil


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