Sporting sleek and modern looks and incorporating a suite of in-class technology firsts, the all-new X-Trail builds Nissans 4x4 heritage whilst injecting crossover design to redefine the compact SUV segment.
Already receiving positive reviews before launch the all new X-Trail has
even been voted the most hotly anticipated car of 2014, winning
WhatCar? Readers choice award.
Beneath the bonnet you have a choice of Nissan’s powerful yet frugal dCi 150 engine delivering an abundance of torque (340 NM) and the exceptional Dig-T 160 petrol automatic, making the all-new X-Trail equally at home on and off the beaten path.
The 2WD manual diesel version of the all-new X-Trail offers emissions from 137g/km CO2 and the 2WD automatic petrol version from 145g/km CO2 .
Nissan’s intelligent interior design makes the most of the all new
X-Trail’s dimensions and incorporates a raked theatre seating layout to
ensure every passenger has a great view out and class-leading legroom.
A clever sliding and reclining function allows owners to adapt the
luggage space and comfort to their needs. The optional third row seats
have a double fold function that allows them to be folded completely