Top 7 Things To Know About The Upcoming Nissan X-Trail

Date= 27/12/2023

However, Nissan has confirmed its intent to launch the fourth-generation X-Trail first. So, here are some things to need to know about Nissan’s full-size SUV

The X-Trail is certainly not the biggest SUV in Nissan’s lineup though it’s larger and a bit taller than typical mid-size SUVs like the Jeep Compass or Volkswagen Tiguan.

The X-Trail is offered with five- and seven-seater configurations, depending on the trim. The middle row can split 40:20:40 and the third row can split 50:50, in multiple configurations.

The 1.5-litre turbo-hybrid can be had with front-wheel and all-wheel drivetrains, the latter offering a dual electric motor setup with a lot more torque.

The three-cylinder engine, tuned to run in its optimal state, is used to generate electricity to feed the battery that powers the electric motor.

In its top trim, the Nissan SUV offers a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display and a 10.8-inch head-up display. If there’s anything which may not make it to the India-spec model, it would be the head-up display

Safety is covered by ADAS (advanced driver assistance system), featuring adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, front collision warning, blind spot detection, and a 360-degree camera.