In 2007 first X-Trail crossover appeared. Ever since, it became one of the best selling vehicles from Japanese carmaker, and for upcoming years, its platform is going to be used by many other SUVs made in cooperation of Nissan and Renault. However, 2017 Nissan X-Trail will be mid-size crossover, in segment which is probably the most interesting nowadays. It is modern and attractive for all types of buyers.
2017 Nissan X-Trail styling
Outside of the 2017 Nissan X-Trail we can find many updates, starting from lines and curves, to the parts such as bumpers and lights. Fog lights are installed on front bumper, and grille will also get some refreshments. Headlights use LED lamps for better lightning. Wheels are 17-incher by default and higher trims get 18-inch alloy wheels. These are making new Nissan X-Trail more aggressive. Inside the cabin we will see new leather parts and SUV is ready to take up to seven passengers. Dashboard suffered some changes also, and now it has larger LCD touch-screen. New technologies are also implemented, such as modern dual-zone air conditioning, climate, and infotainment system with audio features. Some models will have GPS navigation installed, with Bluetooth connectivity. Security of the 2017 X-Trail crossover is improved with ABS braking system, air bags and parking sensors.
2017 Nissan X-Trail powertrain
New crossover will have two sources of power. Powertrain installed in base model of 2017 Nissan X-Trail is 2.5-l 4-cylinder, which can produce 170 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque. Nevertheless, there is another, smaller unit, which takes diesel fuel. It is 1.6-l four-banger with 145 hp offered. Electric motor could be attached to it, which can produce 40 hp more. Transmission can be chosen from 6-speed CVT and manual. Finally hybrid version of diesel engine and electric batteries is mated to a CVT. Front wheels are default drive , and AWD is possible in higher trims.
2017 Nissan X-Trail release date and price
The 2017 Nissan X-Trail won’t come out so soon, since its premiere is expected late in 2016, which could cause dealership appearance in 2017. Standard model will be priced around $20.000, while upper trims are going closer to $35.000.