The Adventure seeking seven seater Crossover. Developed with the adventurous family in mind, the X-Trail combines Nissan's acclaimed 4x4 heritage and expertise with fresh idea and technologies to create a car that feels equally at home on the school runs as it is on a rocky mountain pass.
Refinement, environment and economy targets were to be best in class during the development stage and this has been achieved on all counts by reducing weight wherever possible, even though the Nissan X-Trail has a larger surface area than the previous model. The tailgate, for example, is largely plastic, saving seven kilograms.
A great deal of attention has been paid to the car's aerodynamics with carefully shaped door mirrors, and even a spoiler that covers the exhaust box and rear panel.
Engineering innovation will also allowed the X-Trail to lead its class in terms of engine efficiency thanks to downsizing. By reducing power sapping friction in its drivetrains, the X-Trail provides excellent performance from the latest generation of downsized engines, providing the pace of a bigger powerplant with the economy and emissions of a smaller one.
In keeping with the class leading standards set by the previous generation model, the X-Trail adopts Nissan's advanced electronic four-wheel drive system, ALL MODE 4x4i. Controlled via a rotary switch on the centre console, it offers a choice between two-wheel drive, Auto mode or Lock offering permanent four-wheel drive.
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|2.0L Diesel 4WD Manual 117 PS||50.4 (17" wheel) or 48.7 (19" wheel)||149 (17" wheel) or 153 (19* wheel)||130 (177) / 3750||Diesel|
|2.0L Diesel 2WD CVT 177 PS||50.4 (17" wheel) or 48.7 (19" wheel)||148 (17" wheel) or 152 (19" wheel)||130 (177) / 3750||Diesel|
|2.0L Diesel 4WD CVT 177 PS||47.1 (17" wheel) or 46.3 (19" wheel)||158 (17" wheel) or 162 (19" wheel)||130 (177) / 3750||Diesel|
|1.6 Diesel 2WD Manual 130 PS||57.6 (17" wheel) or 55.4 (19" wheel)||129 (17" wheel) or 133 (19" wheel)||90 (130) / 4000||Diesel|
|1.6 Diesel 4WD Manual 130 PS||53.3 (17" wheel) or 52.3 (19" wheel)||139 (17" wheel) or 143 (19" wheel)||90 (130) / 4000||Diesel|
|1.6 Diesel 2WD CVT 130 PS||55.4 (17" wheel) or 53.3 (19" wheel)||135 (17" wheel) or 139 (19" wheel)||90 (130) / 4000||Diesel|
|1.6 Petrol 2WD Manuak 163 PS||45.6 (17" wheel) or 44.1 (19" wheel)||145 (17" wheel) or 149 (19" wheel)||120 (163) / 5600||Diesel|
As the Nissan X-Trail has been largely developed with families in mind, Nissan hasn’t held back in terms of safety systems or technology. The new X-Trail is one of the most advanced cars in its sector and it benefits from the latest generation NissanConnect in-car navigation, information and entertainment system. Drivers will also benefit from a comprehensive suite of assistance features that make up the new X-Trail's Nissan Safety Shield system.
As has become expected practice from Nissan, all the features have practical benefits to make life easier for the driver and occupants. New NissanConnect is one of the foremost examples of Nissan's engineering innovation.
In its latest form, NissanConnect has evolved to offer smartphone connectivity, to keep owners connected to the outside world wherever their journey takes them.
With access to a range of apps covering music, social networking, entertainment and travel through a large, 7-inch colour touch screen, the new NissanConnect is the perfect fit for the new X-Trail.
The latest generation satellite navigation integrates Google features to reveal a host of useful information from weather forecasts to the location of fuel stations, hotels, restaurants and many other points of interest. The ever-popular Send-to-Car function also allows drivers to plan a trip at home and send it to their in-car NissanConnect system at the click of a button. The system includes Bluetooth audio streaming and mobile phone integration as well as Aux-in and USB slots
Thanks to a smooth yet muscular body, the new X-Trail combines strength and the spirit of adventure with organic, flowing lines. The elegant yet sporty profile also integrates a host of new design features and details, including bold new headlamps - available with LED as standard on high-grade models - and a distinctive new LED signature strip that makes the car instantly recognisable at night.
Using an advanced new platform, Nissan's design team was able to take full advantage of the architecture's longer wheelbase and broader track. In keeping with Nissan's crossover design language, the new X-Trail places strong visual emphasis on the wheel areas, with the trademark large arches forming the cornerstones of the design.
Combined with a dipping roofline, deeply sculpted flanks and rising window line, the new X-Trail fully exploits Nissan's crossover design DNA to create a car that delivers a stylish and modern appearance.
Nissan knows that quality is as important as quantity when it comes to accommodation, which is why every seat in the the X-Trail has been carefully designed to be as comfortable and as practical as possible. All three rows are arranged in a theatre-style layout, with the mounting points for the second and third rows being higher than the ones in front.
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