Built at the Nissan Kyushu Plant in Japan, the vehicle comes with a six-model range, including two-and four-wheel drive trains, seven seats, petrol and diesel engine options as well as manual or continuously variable transmission.
Mrs. Clare Kattah, Sales manager speaking at an event to outdoor the vehicles noted that the much awaited Nissan X-Trail which expands Nissan crossover range and retains the hallmarks of its forebears such as supreme driveability, generous off-road ability and all-terrain suitability, and features a brand new, modern crossover design has come to stay.
She said the X-Trail redefined the compact SUV segment built on the jointly-developed Renault-Nissan alliance common module family platform which also underpins the new Qashqai making it just as tough and accomplished as the outgoing model.
“More exciting is the all-new interior which features a fresh, stylish design with driver-centric ergonomics and an overriding sense of space with each seat individually designed to be as comfortable and practical as possible,” she said.
She said, “Interior ambience is further heightened with the use of premium materials like chrome detailing and model-specific leather surfacing with contrasting stitching for enhanced visual appeal and a split-level dashboard design implemented to ensure easy navigation of controls.”