Nissan to Launch Revised X-Trail in 4Q

clifford chow
1 Aug 2017
 

Nissan’s mid-sized SUV will see much-needed heavy styling revisions the later part of this year, before a full model change happens in a few years from now.

New frontal styling features a more robust-looking ‘V-motion’ grille, and LED headlights with Daytime Running Lights in Nissan’s new Boomerang styling, together with a bolder front bumper creates a beefier look up in front.

Across the base of both front and rear doors, the X-Trail also gets chrome mouldings.

On the Inside
The X-Trail gets a sporty D-shaped steering wheel, replacing the bland-looking one in the previous model, featuring a V-shaped chrome strip, echoing the theme on the front grille.

Adding to the dash quality, there will be leather stitching which will also be included on the centre armrest.

The X-Trail will retain its 5+2 seater arrangement.

Engine
The X-Trail will be powered by the same 2.0 litre engine producing 144bhp, and mated to a CVT transmission.

New Nissan Intelligent Mobility Technologies
For added safety, the X-Trail will also feature Intelligent Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, ensuring that even with a taller ride height, driving the X-Trail will be as easy as driving a normal sedan.

With the frontal radar unit, the X-Trail will also be able to warn you about a possible collision from the front, and perform emergency braking if the need arises.

Engine

Engine Capacity 1997cc
Engine Type Inline 4
Compression Ratio 11.2:1
Bore x Stroke (84.0 x 90.1)mm
Power 144bhp @ 6000rpm
Torque 200Nm @ 4400rpm
Power to Weight 88.6 bhp per ton

Performance

Fuel Consumption (combined) 13.3 km/L

Misc Technical Data

Transmission 6 -speed Xtronic CVT
Drive Type F4
Steering Hydraulic

Measurements

Body Type SUV
Dimension
(L x W x H)
(4640 x 1820 x 1715) mm
Wheelbase 2705 mm
Turning Circle 5.6 metres
Kerb Weight 1626 kg
Boot Capacity 135 L
Boot Capacity (folded) 445 L
Fuel Tank Capacity 60 L

Brakes

Brakes (Front) Ventilated Discs
Brakes (Rear) Ventilated Discs