Nissan’s most advanced SUV to date, the all-new Nissan X-TRAIL, is preparing for launch, with the family focused SUV to arrive with an all-new platform, advanced safety equipment and improved levels of all-road capability courtesy of a 4x4 system that offers up to five distinct drive modes.

Taller and wider than before, the new generation X-TRAIL’s styling adopts the Nissan V-Motion grille and a stylish “floating” roofline, with a raft of exterior design refinements to smooth aerodynamics and further reduce wind noise. 


Safety takes a further step forward across all models with standard rear cross traffic alert and auto emergency braking with cyclist and pedestrian detection, intelligent emergency lane keeping, and blind-spot warning and intervention.

The new X-TRAIL adopts the latest CMF-C engineering platform. Towing capacity has increased by 500kg to 2 tonnes, while revisions to the 2.5 litre engine have delivered a 9kW lift in power, and a 19Nm increase in torque, to 135kW and 245Nm.



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