4x4 Nissan

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4x4 pictures of capable 4x4 Nissan trucks and SUVs from all over the world.

Nissan is the second biggest auto maker in Japan. Years ago they were called Datsun but changed the name to Nissan. Pickup trucks from Nissan have been popular for a long time and the Patrol SUV is extremely capable off road and for modifications.



2004 SAS Nissan Frontier - Gumybob

2004 SAS Nissan Frontier - Gumybob

Bob from Arizona has had this since it was new, went through many modifications till the SAS. Engine is still stock.
1995 Nissan Patrol 4.2L SGL

1995 Nissan Patrol 4.2L SGL

Charles from South Africa owns this Nissan Patrol is a 1995 4.2L SGL S/W. He has done a few modifications to the suspension namely increasing the ride hight adding longer coils and shocks and fitting MAXXIS Bighorn MudTerain tyres.
2005 Nissan Patrol 4x4

2005 Nissan Patrol 4x4

Salmon likes to take his Patrol wheeling in the Kuwait desert and Saudi Arabia. The terrain is like soft landscape and sand. He likes to meet with a big group of 4x4 cars for camping and take his new 4x4 and add strange accessories and find things to add to his Nissan Patrol 4x4.
2005 Nissan Titan KC SE 4x4

2005 Nissan Titan KC SE 4x4

Bill lives in Reno Nevada and basically goes all over Nevada with his shining Nissan Titan. The Rubicon, Peavine, Hunter lake, Pine Nut Mountain, Barker Pass Loop, that's just to name a few.
2003 Nissan X-Trail

2003 Nissan X-Trail

Craig's parents will be giving him their old Nissan x-trial and he will be doing every thing to make it mean and go hard so it stands out from the crowd. The local 4WD shop says it can be raised 7" with out cutting the independent suspension.
1986 Nissan Patrol Super Roof 160 3.3Td

1986 Nissan Patrol Super Roof 160 3.3Td

Inge likes to go wheeling everywhere but Iceland and Australia is the big dream she has. Australia is too far and to expensive to take the car but Iceland she is going some day with her Patrol.
2002 Nissan Patrol Y61

2002 Nissan Patrol Y61

Klavs from Denmark has already done some mods to his Patrol: 33" MT, 3" straight through exhaust, Safari Snorkel. More is coming: 3" EMU suspension lift, possible 35" MT, ARB Roof Rack, ARB Winch Bumper, Warn Winch
2005 Nissan Pathfinder

2005 Nissan Pathfinder

Dennis from USA usually goes to get dirty to the San Gabriel Canyon OHV park in Los Angeles, but has also explored the back side on Bear Mountain, a couple trails near Lake Ellsinore, Valencia/Santa Clarita, but the biggest one on his "to do" list is Oceano Dunes...
2001 Nissan Patrol cab-chassis

2001 Nissan Patrol cab-chassis

Tanya from Australia goes wheeling in the Nissan patrol pickup to the Landcruiser Mountain Park in Queensland. Terrain ranges from easy to very difficult with lots of rocks.
1991 GQ Nissan Patrol Wagon 7 Seater

1991 GQ Nissan Patrol Wagon 7 Seater

Pete from Australia goes all over country of Victoria Australia.Lately he has been going through the Wombat state forest. Its full of mud, shale, water and big deep holes !!!! Steep hills up and down make it a real challenge to negotiate.
Nissan Patrol 2001

Nissan Patrol 2001

Bj�rgvin from Iceland owns this 44 inch modified Nissan Patrol. It has all available radio and communication equipment. Differential locks on both back and front wheels.


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By Thrandur Arnthorsson
Thrandur is the chief-editor and owner of 4x4 Off Roads and an 4x4 off road enthusiast. Living in Iceland he loves to share the coolest 4x4 trucks and supporting more offroad freedom.
Thrandur is the author of the free ebook How to lift your 4x4 truck!.


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