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  1. Recall

    2002 NISSAN PATROL

    ANNOUNCEMENT Recall Campaign Statement: Passenger Airbag NISSAN PATROL MODEL YEAR 2002 In coordination with the UAE Ministry of Economy—Department of Consumer Protection, and in line with the directives of the Ministry of Economy, NISSAN Middle East announces a Recall Campaign for the NISSAN PATROL 2002 models which will be effective immediately. United Arab Emirates, Dubai, 9th April, 2017: Arabian Automobiles and Al-Masaood Automobiles distributors of Nissan in the UAE, released the following statement: Following communication with NISSAN Middle East, we have started a Recall Campaign affecting 01 vehicle from MY 2002 in the UAE. There is some possibility that Passenger Airbag Module did not perform well due to the effect of environmental moisture and fluctuating high temperatures. NISSAN has decided to replace the Passenger Airbag Inflator at no cost to the customers. In the Interest of delivering the quality and customer care highest Standards of NISSAN, Arabian Automobiles and Al-Masaood Automobiles will begin contacting customers with affected models to inform them about the situation and update them on next steps. For further clarification customers may contact the Arabian Automobiles Customer Care Centre on 800NISSAN and AI-Masaood Automobiles Customer Care Centre on +971-24492596 from 8.00am-7.00pm, Saturday to Thursday. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and thank our customers for their patience and understanding. Hotline No: 600522225
  2. Recall

    2009 - 2012 NISSAN PATROL

    ANNOUNCEMENT Recall Campaign Statement: Passenger Airbag NISSAN SUNNY, X-TRAIL, PATROL MODEL YEAR 2009-2012 In coordination with the UAE Ministry of Economy—Department of Consumer Protection, and in line with the directives of the Ministry of Economy, NISSAN Middle East announces a Recall Campaign for the NISSAN SUNNY, X-TRAIL and PATROL 2009 to 2012 models which will be effective immediately. United Arab Emirates, Dubai, 24''' April, 2017 : Arabian Automobiles and Al-Masaood Automobiles distributors of Nissan in the UAE, released the following statement: Following communication with NISSAN Middle East, we have started a Recall Campaign affecting 3,713 vehicles from MY 2009-2012 in the UAE. There is some possibility that Passenger Airbag Module did not perform well due to the effect of environmental moisture and fluctuating high temperatures. NISSAN has decided to replace the Passenaer Airbag inflator at no cost to the customers. In the Interest of delivering the quality and customer care highest Standards of NISSAN, Arabian Automobiles and Al-Masaood Automobiles will begin contacting customers with affected models to inform them about the situation and update them on next steps. For further clarification customers may contact the Arabian Automobiles Customer Care Centre on 800NISSAN and Al-Masaood Automobiles Customer Care Centre on +971-24492596 from 8.00am-7.00pm, Saturday to Thursday. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and thank our customers for their patience and understanding. Hotline Ho: 600522225
  3. Nebhan

    Euro - Spec Automotive Solutions

    We provide special pricing for all Carnity members. Erospec Automotive Solutions specializes in the maintenance, repair,services and customization of vehicles. Being the closest facility and easy to reach location from Abu dhabi,we become your nearest auto expert for all your car needs. We provide free vehicles pic up and drop off facilities to ensure your utmost convenience. We are specialized in... Vehicle Services and Repair, Preventative Maintenance, Repair Services, Aftermarket and Retrofits, Auto body services, Vehicles body repair, Vehicle Styling, Pre Purchase Inspection. ..etc...
  4. As soon I entered the world of off-roading in Dubai back in 2006 with much awaited Land Cruiser LWB - desert safari special, I realize that it's too heavy for real dune bashing and every convoy used to wait for my refusals and failed attempt. After the first stage of denial, I realized that I need something small and nimble and then my attention got glued to the next King of the desert in Dubai - Nissan Patrol. After a few months of searching, I finally got lucky with the 2006 model Nissan Patrol GL - SWB with the manual gearing. This 4x4 had no "bells and whistle" other than the real grunt of a capable off-roader, but it was a true head turner and it came almost desert ready with Aragosta rally suspension with lift, BF Goodrich tires, Warn winch, and plenty of underbody protection mods. All mods were done very tastefully and still able to pass the RTA test back in those days. I had this Patrol for about 2 years and never spent any extra money other than the regular maintenance. I just had an issue with the front wheel bearing once, so changed it outside the agency under 600-800 dhs. Every time I used to send this car to the agency and was very happy with its performance, looks and reliability. Due to stiffer suspension, it was a pain to drive on the long drives, as I did few Oman visit and came back with a sore back. Nissan Patrol with 4.5 V6 engines in such short body was a killer recipe for any off-road enthusiast's to climb the dunes with zero run-ups with the torque so huge that you can even drag up instantly with even 5 people in the car. It was an amazing 4x4 for self-recovering in almost any worst situation and 1st gear torque was the best friend ever to rock/crawl out of any sticky spots. Being so ready with power delivery and torque it was a true gas guzzler that I could see the fuel gauge needle move during serious pushing. I haven't used to maintain the fuel logs, back in those days but it must be close to 20 L/100 on road in two wheels and close to 30L/100 in 4x4 mode. The first gear for the road was too short, that you will always spin wheels unintentionally if you are in rush, so starting on 2nd was the best option to have a good drag till 40 and then change to 3rd. In off-road first gear was a blessing to go anywhere with zero momentum or climb up sideways and splash sand and still go upward on side slopes - had a crazy power. However, this year model up until 2008 had a known issue with its gearing and downshifting on a long hill climb was a disaster. You can't attack tall dunes in 1st as it was too short that 6-7K rpm will get you 20-30 speed, and downshift from 2nd to 1st you will wait until 2500 rpm so it will again spoil the long hill climbing momentum. It should have allowed downshifting just above 3000 - 3500 band to let continue the momentum and plus without breaking the speed. This issue has been addressed by Nissan after 2009 model and in 4800 VTEC models. As many of my friends and cousins have swapped the gearing of 4500 with 4800 model and were very happy on the long hill climb. There was another known issue for Nissan Patrol I heard was a bent differential due to heavy offroading. Luckily I never had that, as the previous owner has installed good braces under the differential to prevent this from happening. Almost all my friends had their diff bent within 2-3 years of regular off-roading, some got changed in warranty by Arabian Automobile and some left to spend their own hard earn money. If anyone is looking for this year model to buy, then you must check that engine and gear mounts are safe to drive as I have seen few Patrols when you give full gas, engine shake to the right side and can cause some other damage. The second thing to check is the wheel bearing and steering alignment is straight or not as due to offroad jumps and irregular landing this might have been damaged. The third is to check differential is still straight or bent already due to jumps or offroad impacts. Resale value of this beast is always a very big plus point if you maintain it well. I bought this for 80K and sold for 60-65 after little more than 2 years. As it's fun to drive and fun for weekend offroaders so it's always in demand in used car market due to less supply.
  5. One of my friend is in a big dilemma. He test drove both LC and Patrol V6 and he liked them both. Even if it was me, it would be a very hard choice to select from the two. So what is your opinions on the both? He currently drives an es 350 not sure of the model year.. i think 2014/15 and wants an upgrade... more on-road less off-road.
  6. Jaan Rambo

    Land Cruiser or Patrol

    Hi Guys, I am new to Dubai and came across your website which looks so informative. So many wonderful posts. I have gone dune bashing with my cousins and I guess I have a dune bug that has bitten me. Now I want to get my own off-road monster. I am divided between the Toyota Land Cruiser 100 series and the Nissan Patrol and so far my cousins have been great help to confuse me even more. I would like to have opinion from the car gurus here as to which one is better for say 70% of on-road driving and 30% desert driving. What is power to weight ratio, and which one is better? Which one is more comfortable on-road? Which one is better in the desert drive? Which one has more after market mods available? Which one is lower on maintenance? Generally fewer headaches and more fun? I am eagerly awaiting your valuable inputs, and hope you will not leave me confused like my cousins.
  7. Rhea

    Arb 4x4 Accessories Uae

    The origins of ARB go back to 1975, when company founder, Tony Brown, was inspired by a 4WDing trip through the top end of Australia. Back then, 4WDers relied on home made or ill fitting equipment that was not designed for extensive Outback expeditions. Endless corrugated roads, extreme temperatures, and the heavy loads carried by Australian travellers were extremely punishing on vehicles that regularly tackled these kinds of conditions. Tony’s many years spent toiling on his Series 1 Land Rover proved extremely beneficial to others in the top end during his travels. Damaged bull bars and broken roof racks ensured Tony’s expertise was regularly called on, and through this experience an idea was born – high quality, durable equipment that would meet the vigorous demands of 4WD owners. Upon his return to Melbourne, Tony put theory into practise, and began working in the family garage to address some of the product deficiencies he’d encountered on his trip. It was exactly what Australian 4WDers had been waiting for, and ARB, the initials of Anthony Ronald Brown, was founded. Today, ARB is Australia’s largest manufacturer and distributor of 4x4 accessories. We also have an international presence, with an office in the USA and an export network that extends through more than 100 countries around the globe. Our philosophy, however, has never wavered from its original course – quality, reliability and practicality above all else.
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