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Same bones, new dress.

The model is a success, so Infiniti doesn't want to change too much.

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The Nissan Patrol was the first diesel to finish in the top 10.

The truck was found decaying in a Spanish museum.

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Pretty fly (for a big guy).

The new Nissan Armada joins the QX80 on the Patrol platform. It's a big improvement. The Toyota Land Cruiser should watch its back.

Chicago

All puns aside, Nissan's new Armada is an Americanized Patrol, and we like it.

The 2017 Nissan Armada goes global by sharing the platform and styling with the Nissan Patrol, and the eight-passenger SUV also has a more powerful V8 engine.

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‚ÄčNissan's Land Cruiser rival may become our next Armada, replacing the Titan-based SUV on sale now.

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Nissan has launched the Nismo performance sub-brand in Dubai with the reveal of the Patrol Nismo, a tuned take on what we would know better as the Infiniti QX80.

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Television today might be at one the best points in the medium's history with shows like Mad Men, Louie, True Detective and streaming offerings like House of Cards. However, none of those come close to the number of car chases and explosions of '70s and '80s offerings like Charlie's Angels, The A-Team or The Dukes of Hazard. Apparently, this prevalence of action at the time wasn't just an American phenomenon. In Japan, a show called Seibu Keisatsu fulfilled the nation's need for shootouts and st

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If you had told us a few years ago that people would be shoehorning GT-R engines into Nissan SUVs, we'd have told you you were nuts. But that was before the Juke-R came along. And before the Qashqai-R project followed a similar formula. Well, now there's a third example.

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The McLaren F1 is most famous for holding the production-car top-speed record for over a decade, but it also made a name for itself by being one of the only production cars with a central driving position, a feature that's extremely rare. But in the world of custom cars, anything can happen. We're not sure if Dubai-based shop King of Customs was inspired by McLaren or is poking fun at backseat drivers (perhaps the builder or the commissioner just has quite the imagination), but its custom fifth-

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Yesterday, Nissan teased us with a video showing a Patrol pulling up to a 170-ton cargo plane at an airport in the Middle East – we could only assume that the not-for-America sports utility vehicle would attempt to tow the jet.

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Police in Dubai have been cracking down on illegal racing by seizing modified vehicles, but they probably didn't expect to find themselves in pursuit of a full-size SUV supposedly capable of speeds of more than 200 miles per hour. The driver had altered his Nissan Patrol to allow it to run on "jet fuel", according to the report, and he put it all to the test when he tried running from the cops.

We hardly have words for the machine you see above. On the one hand, we adore the Nissan Patrol with every last ounce of our little black hearts, and there are only a few itches a good Rolls-Royce can't effectively scratch. So, you'd be forgiven for thinking the progeny of those two players would be automotive nirvana for us. As is so often the case, reality differs heavily from concept. Some enterprising soul in Dubai has apparently stitched the two machines together with questionable results.

2011 Infiniti QX56 - Click above for high-res image gallery

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