The Chorley Group is proud to present the new Nissan X-Trail, the latest evolution of the world’s most popular SUV. The upgrades include exterior and interior redesigns along with the introduction of desirable new technologies, which further enhance its quality and refinement.
The Nissan X-Trail has always been known for its sculpted and muscular styling, with chiselled lines, high wheel arches and elegant curves on the bonnet. All of those characteristics remain, and are now showcased through a distinctive and robust redesign of the front end, adding a new dynamism and more premium styling cues.
At its heart is Nissan’s latest ‘V-motion’ grille, wider than before for a more impactful appearance on the road and echoed in the design of the bumper beneath. The redesign makes much greater use of the X-Trail’s body colour, with the visible black plastic benefiting from a smart new gloss black finish.
The upgrades have resulted in a very slight change to the overall length of the car – an increase of 50mm means it’s now 4,690mm from bumper to bumper. The exterior changes have not affected the new X-Trail’s aerodynamic performance, with a Cd rating of 0.32.
The cabin of the new Nissan X-Trail boasts a raft of upgrades to enhance the existing high-quality feel. Entering the car, the striking new steering wheel is the first thing drivers will notice. It echoes the design of Nissan’s newest models globally and is standard across the X-Trail range.
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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 Manual 163 PS||45.6 (17" wheel) or 44.1 (19" wheel)||145 (17" wheel) or 149 (19" wheel)||120 (163) / 5600||Diesel|
Confident drive is what Nissan calls a common product attribute – something that’s engineered into all vehicles around the world. It means a smooth and refined feeling on the road, with precise and stress-free steering and handling. It’s measured and benchmarked in three scenarios – on motorways, on country roads and in the urban environment.
The confident driving characteristics of the Nissan X-Trail have been carried over to the new model, providing customers with predictable and safe performance for the life of the vehicle.
The range of three efficient engines also remains, including the 2.0-litre 177PS diesel launched in 2017. It means customers have the choice of petrol or high
and low-powered diesel, six-speed manual or XTronic automatic transmissions, and two or four-wheel drive to meet every type of customer need.
Every new Nissan X-Trail comes with six airbags as standard, plus driver assistance systems including anti-lock brakes and stability control, which helps the X-Trail maintain its five star NCAP safety rating.
The X-Trail continues to be offered with numerous other safety technologies including Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Driver Alertness, Intelligent Park Assist, Intelligent Around View Monitor and Lane Departure Warning. These technologies increase customer’s confidence and trust in their car, making it the new X-Trail the perfect car for family adventures.
The brand’s new advanced technology systems, dubbed ‘Nissan Intelligent Mobility’, make its cars more desirable by redefining how they are driven, powered and integrated into society. The goal is to make Nissan drivers feel more confident, excited and connected, while also enhancing road safety.
Nissan will introduce ProPILOT on the new X-Trail. It’s the first stage on the brand’s journey to autonomous driving, giving drivers more freedom by allowing them to automate the mundane elements of their motoring life.
ProPILOT will control the steering, acceleration and braking in a single lane on highways during heavy traffic congestion and high-speed cruising.
It is based on three technologies – Lane Keep Assist (LKA), Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) and Traffic Jam Pilot (TJP). Intuitive to use, ProPILOT will be activated via a button on the X-Trail’s steering wheel. Information will be displayed in the combimeter between the instrument dials. Further details on ProPILOT will be given nearer to its launch.
New Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies have been added to the X-Trail. Rear Cross Traffic Alert, to mitigate the risk of low-speed impacts when reversing out of a parking space, is now available for the first time. If the driver attempts to reverse when an approaching vehicle is detected, the system gives visual and audible warnings.
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