Modest facelift for Nissan X-Trail

Modest facelift for Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X-Trail given a modest facelift. The wider grille pops the most striking, new driver assistance systems are the main technical changes.

The X-Trail runs with a small facelift back in step with the latest models of Nissan. The wider, V-shaped grille is the most impressive in the eye, but also the headlight and the front bumper have been adjusted. New LED daytime running lights gives the SUV a recognizable signature Nissan in the dark. The lights are equipped with new LED technology, on the back you’ll find on a revamped bumper.

Inside, Nissan assembles a new steering wheel with flattened bottom. That not only looks nice but also provides, according to the brand that you can get in more easily. There are also new buttons for climate control, new color combinations and if you have leather upholstery order you get a better quality. Also renewed: the interface of the navigation and multimedia system.

The redesigned X-Trail is available with Pro Pilot, which the SUV can run semi-autonomously. The engine range remains unchanged, consisting of a 163 bhp 1.6 DIG-T petrol engine and two 1.6 dCi diesels with 130 and 170 hp. Both diesel versions are optionally to be supplied with CVT automatic transmission.

Nissan starts in October with the sale of the new X-Trail in the Netherlands. Prices are not yet known.

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