Rent Nissan Patrol Platinum in Dubai - Because Comfort Should Not Be Compromised
Rent Nissan Patrol Platinum in Dubai at the best price from RentMyRide. The rental cost is inclusive of basic insurance coverage & standard mileage limit - 250km. This Nissan patrol platinum rent a car Dubai 5 door SUV fits 7 persons and has a wide luggage capacity to accommodate 3 to 4 medium-sized bags. Wondering what makes Patrol Platinum an AWESOME CHOICE to roll your next family or business trip? This SUV has a range of facilities that promise convenience and comfort including cruise control | climate control | forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking system | parking sensors | diamond-stitched leather upholstery | panoramic sunroof | front and reverse camera | 3D map view display | voice recognition function | comprehensive safety airbags system. To make every journey memorable, its signature entertainment pack includes 8″ screen display with multi-touch gesture sensitive function | wireless headphones | wireless phone charging | Apple CarPlay/Android Auto capability | 13 bose speakers | premium music system | USB & AUX input | Bluetooth or more.
The powerful 5.6litre V8 6 cylinder engine lies in the heart of Patrol Nissan paired with 7speed automatic transmission to dispense the top speed of 200km/h. Enjoy the effortless driving experience - thanks to its machine cut alloy wheels. Nissan Patrol | Mercedes Benz G63 AMG | Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR | Land Rover Range Rover Velar | Mercedes Benz G500 | Range Rover Vogue | Lexus LX570 or Similar | Lamborghini Urus – are considered to be smart rental alternatives if you are interested in Nissan patrol platinum for rent in Dubai.
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