This new 2.0-litre engine has an output of 177PS, with 380Nm of torque, providing a significant step up in power from the existing 1.6-litre 130PS diesel.
Motorists can now opt doe Nissan's Xtronic automatic gearbox, linked to a four-wheel drive transmission, on top of the existing six-speed manual and two-wheel drive.
This will enhance Nissan's presence in the SUV sector and make the X-Trail even more appealing than it already is.
The highlight of this 2.0 diesel engine is the comfortable driving experience which it provides. This makes the Nissan X-Trail the ideal car for longer distances.
The X-Trail is the perfect family car if you are seeking bigger adventures due to its five or seven seats, excellent luggage space, clever storage solutions and plenty of towing capacity.
The braking towing capacity is 2,000kg on the manual mode and 1,650kg on the two X-Tronics. This makes it suitable for those who need to move heavier items such as caravans, horseboxes, boats or trailers.
As with all Nissan crossovers, the X-Trail 2.0-litre diesel provides a safe and secure on-the-road experience due to its advanced intelligent driving systems. This includes Nissan Safety Shield technologies such as:
- Intelligent emergency braking
- Driver attention alert
- Traffic sign recognition
- High-beam assist
- Blind spot warning
- Lane departure warning
This X-Trail is also available with:
- Vehicle dynamic control
- Brake assist
- Active ride control
- Active trace control
- Active engine brake
- Intelligent park assist
- Hill start assist
- Intelligent around view monitor
- Moving object detection