Nissan reveals price and spec for revised X-Trail

Fully refreshed, the new Nissan X-Trail will arrive in Australia in four different variations. Whether you want to go off the beaten track or stick to the school runs, the Japanese car maker has you covered, with the option of either two-wheel or all-wheel drive.

Available in five and seven seat options, the X-Trail is powered by a revised 4-cylinder 2.5-litre engine that produces 135kW and 244Nm. Its multi-mode AWD setup allows you to change the car’s characteristics too.

From bitumen to dirt, or snow to ice, with a quick flick of a switch you can be ready for whatever the terrain throws at you. There’s also Eco, Standard and Sport driving modes, ready to change things up to suit your mood.

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The X-Trail doesn’t fail on practicality either, and is fitted with a twin-board cargo space that can be configurated in 16 different ways. The range kicks off with the ST at $36,750 plus on-roads. It comes equipped with 17-inch alloys, and LED lighting front and rear.

It also grabs a rear parking camera and sensors, and an 8.0-inch infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. All variants come with rear cross traffic alert, pedestrian and cyclist detection front and rear, emergency braking and intelligent cruise control.

The ST-L builds on the ST, adding ProPILOT, with lane keeping Assist, 18-inch alloys, privacy glass, fog lights and digital around view monitoring. Front parking sensors are also added, along with synthetic leather, dual climate control, and sliding rear seats.

It’s priced at $43,190 plus on-roads. The X-Trail range is topped off with the Ti and Ti-L, both of which grab a sophisticated 12.3-inch display for both infotainment and the instrument cluster, as well as a 10.8-inch head-up display.

The Ti and the Ti-L also share 19-inch alloys, a smart rear-view mirror, tri- zone climate control, auto wipers and panoramic sunroof. Adaptive driving beam and a power operated rear tailgate are also fitted to both models.

To find out more, contact your local Nissan dealer. If you’re keen to own a 2022 Nissan X-Trail, and need finance, check out CreditOne.

Inside the 2022 Nissan X-Trail
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