After the Nissan Qashqai facelift earlier this year is now the X-Trail underway. The SUV gets more presence on the outside by a larger grille and modern front and rear bumpers. In addition, also the lights replaced with more contemporary ones with the distinctive, angular DRL we already found in the current Nissan models.
The changes are not limited to the outside. Nissan has, inter alia, also replace the steering wheel by a complete new version with a flattened underside, in order to simplify boarding and disembarking. Furthermore, there are more options for the interior trim and the X-Trail can now also be ordered with seat heating in the rear seat. Only the optional third row of the seven-seat version can not be heated.
The redesigned X-Trail also will be given a number of features that you can not find the current version. Thus the rear-on will be the most expensive to be version-opened by swinging under the foot and you can leave the car equip with Nissan propilot system, a combination of driver assistance systems that make the X-Trail semi-autonomously drive .
The engine range remains the same after this facelift. On the one hand you can Diesels with the 1.6-liter with 130 hp or the 2.0-liter with 177 hp and for those who prefer petrol is a 1.6-liter engine that produces 163 horsepower. A CVT automatic is available on the diesel engines.
The redesigned Nissan X-Trail will appear in the autumn at the dealership.