The rough and tough X-trail is just as much a utility vehicle as it is a family car, with base and top models pushing out the same torque and power. It comes with chassis control—Active Ride and Active Trace control—third row seats, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
The latest model comes with the X-Trail's best safety features yet, such as Nissan Intelligent Mobility. This feature includes Blind Spot Intervention, Distance Control, Lane Intervention, Forward Collision Warning, and Around View Monitor.
The new Nissan X-Trail is available in three derivatives including the Visia CVT, Acenta CVT and Acenta Plus CVT. All models are fitted with the same 2.5-litre, four-cylinder that boasts 135kW and 244Nm.