Introducing the All-New Nissan X-Trail
Introducing the all-new Nissan X-Trail. The fourth-generation of the legendary range-topping Nissan SUV that on first impressions, is not here to make up the numbers.
With a strikingly elegant exterior, complemented by a smart and sophisticated interior vibe, not to mention the state-of-the-art technology lurking beneath the bodywork, this all-new version is bound to lead the way and demonstrate the very best in what Nissan SUVs have to offer.
Design and Practicality
Muscular yet modern design is showcased perfectly in the all-new fourth-generation X-Trail. It builds on the foundations set by the previous generation models, only now the overall design is much more mature and elegant, whilst still retaining its range-topping Nissan SUV statue, practicality and space.
Signature Nissan design elements such as the smart V-motion grille and floating roof are accompanied by striking headlights that give a sense of being moulded within the bodywork of the front bumper. These are joined by the daytime running lights/indicators that are presented neatly along the shut-line of the bonnet for a sophisticated and neat presentation of flowing design.
This all-new X-Trail also offers excellent practicality with capacious interior space and the choice of 5-seat or 7-seat layouts - with 585 litres of boot space with the rear most seats folded flat.
Technology and Safety
A striking fully-digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster (N-Connecta and above trim) and 12.3-inch TFT multi-information screen - with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto ensure this all-new fourth generation X-Trail is right up-to-date with an eye-catching digital interior presentation.
This is further complemented by ambient lighting and high quality materials laid throughout to ensure you know you're behind the wheel of Nissan's range-topping SUV.
As for safety, upgraded ProPILOT assist brings greater driver support when piloting the all-new X-Trail in reducing fatigue and stress whilst driving, along with other useful features like accelerate and braking the vehicle within a single-lane on a motorway or dual-carriageway.
Economy and Performance
Being an all-new X-Trail, engine technology involves a lot of state-of-the-art choices, and of course electric input is the new norm for many new cars.
A conventional 1.5-litre petrol engine is the entry-level choice, which produces 161bhp. Complemented by a turbo and clever variable compression technology, it will also be two-wheel drive.
Elsewhere, a electric boosted version called the e-Power will be an attractive choice. It uses the same 1.5-litre engine and two-wheel drive format but with electrical assistance - without the need for plugging in.
There is also an 'e-4ORCE' model which is all-wheel drive and features a rear 100kW electric motor for extra performance, again without the need for plugging-in. All engines are economical with between 39mpg and 48mpg possible which is excellent for a large SUV.
Test drive the all-new Nissan X-Trail
The all-new Nissan X-Trail is the range-topping SUV from Nissan, which demonstrates perfectly the brand's technology and style is a fantastically practical package.
If you would like to find out more, or look at booking a test drive then please contact your preferred Evans Halshaw Nissan dealership where our friendly associates will be more than happy to help.