THE NEW NISSAN X-TRAIL IS BASED ON NEW MEDIUM SUV PLATFORM
The latest car news, the new-generation 2021 Nissan X-Trail has been exposed, as a Nissan Rogue SUV for the American car market. The new Nissan X-Trail will be available in US showrooms by October 2020 but don’t as yet have a clear idea when it will be available in the Australian car market.
Nissan X-Trail Engine:
will use its current 2.5-litre petrol engine but upgrading some of its components like the mirror bore coating; an integrated exhaust manifold and e-VTC intake valve which produces 135kW of power. This is 9kW more than the third generation Nissan X-Trail. This petrol engine for this will be paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).
doesn’t have enough information regarding other engine options that will be released in Australia but might include a diesel engine option and a Hybrid SUV option so it can compete against the and the .
Nissan X-Trail Exterior:
The new Nissan X-Trail embraces a bigger and extra rugged design which reminds us of the aggressive and daring guise of the . Although the design gives us the impression that the new Nissan medium SUV X-Trail is bigger; it is actually shorter than the current X-Trail model giving it the boxy SUV look. Moreover, it has not received a facelift, but has been built on new platform. The rear doors in the new Nissan X-Trail model will open at around 90 degrees which will make it more convenient to access the back seat or a child seat.
Nissan X-Trail Interior and Car Features:
This new medium SUV the Nissan X-Trail concentrates on car safety and will include the following:
- Automatic Emergency Braking
- Pedestrian Detection
- Blind Spot Warning
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Lane Departure Warning
- High Beam Assist
- Rear Automatic Braking
People in the second row in the medium SUV can also rest assured their backs are taken care of with the ! In addition to a lot of upgrades, the new AWD system will have an electro-hydraulic clutch to better observe and asses each driving situation and respond quicker if the front wheels should slip. The latest car news, the fourth generation Nissan X-Trail will also have a new electric power steering system.
The FWD Nissan X-Trail variants will have Standard, Eco and Sport driving modes whereas the AWD Nissan X-Trail models will have additional off road and Snow driving modes.
As for infotainment, this new medium SUV the Nissan X-Trail will feature a 7.0-inch main dash display and an innovative 10.8-inch head-up display projecting onto the windscreen. Both and come as standard.
The ‘Rogue’ Nissan X-Trail looks like its name precedes it with some unique new car features and upgrades! We hope that the Australian Nissan model will hit our showrooms soon.