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Barely Driven Accidented 2023 Nissan Patrol Titanium Spotted In Dubai Car Graveyard

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Barely driven 2023 Nissan Patrol ‘Titanium trim’ luxury SUV spotted inside a car graveyard in Dubai, UAE.

The Nissan Patrol had only gone 4,454 km before suffering a crash that condemned into the scrap yard.

Future owner to pay a small fraction of its market value when it hits auction plus the cost of repairs to put it back on the road.

Barely Driven Accidented 2023 Nissan Patrol Titanium Spotted In Dubai Car Graveyard - autojosh





Barely Driven Accidented 2023 Nissan Patrol Titanium Spotted In Dubai Car Graveyard - autojosh

Barely Driven Accidented 2023 Nissan Patrol Titanium Spotted In Dubai Car Graveyard - autojosh

A car graveyard in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) hosts a long list of abandoned supercars, including this 2023 Nissan Patrol SUV, which had only gone 4,454 kilometers (2,667.5 miles) before suffering a crash that condemned into the scrap yard.

This barely driven Patrol (or Armada in some markets) is a Titanium trim, which means that $90,000+ SUV comes with Leather Seats – with the nylons still intact, 12.3-inch tablet-style infotainment touchscreen and 20” Machine Cut Alloy Wheels, all of which were seen in the footage shared by Auto Trade.

 

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Judging by the extent of the damage, the Patrol luxury SUV was involved in some nasty front end accidents, but the future owner will only have to pay a small fraction of its market value when it hits auction plus the cost of repairs to put it back on the road.

Barely Driven Accidented 2023 Nissan Patrol Titanium Spotted In Dubai Car Graveyard - autojosh

Barely Driven Accidented 2023 Nissan Patrol Titanium Spotted In Dubai Car Graveyard - autojosh

But this Nissan Patrol is one of thousands of six-seven figure luxury cars from models like Rolls-Royce, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bentley, that littered several car graveyards in the United Arab Emirates.

But while some get abandoned like this badly damaged Patrol SUV, others are understood to be owned by high-flying businessmen who hit financial ruin, then fled the country to dodge UEA’s strict debt laws and potential jail time.





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