Nissan released a cheaper version of the X-Trail

In February of this year, Nissan presented in Argentina the renewed model X-Trail in its unique version Exclusive. Now, the Japanese brand introduces the Advance, an option that is positioned below this.

The new variant of the Median SUV keeps the engine off 2.5 liters, with a power of 170 CV and a torque of 23.7 kgm that is combined with a CVT automatic transmission. It also preserves the 4WD drive.

Regarding securityIt has six airbags (two side, two front and two curtain type), Ascent Assistant, Electric Brake Distribution and Vehicle Dynamic Control, among other technologies of its Safety Shield system.

It also includes, as part of its assistance system Nissan Intelligent Mobility, Blind Spot Alert, 360 ° Intelligent Peripheral Vision Monitor, Lane Departure Alert, Cross Traffic Alert, Hill Ascent Assist, Intelligent Engine Brake, Intelligent Trace Control and Smart 4×4 mode which, upon detecting the lack of traction from the ground, automatically balances the traction on all four wheels.

Nissan released the most economical version of the X-Trail

Like the top-of-the-range version, it has a foot sensor for trunk opening, a shark fin antenna, an ergonomically designed “D” -shaped steering wheel, a 5-inch color display, a 7-inch screen and a Bose premium audio system with eight speakers with subwoofer, among other items.

Compared to the Exclusive, the Advance option lacks Panoramic sunroof, full led optics, 18-inch wheels (those available are 17 “), roof bars, rain sensor, Lane departure warning, High beam assist, leather upholstery, electrically adjustable driver’s seat and heated rear seats.

Nissan released the most economical version of the X-Trail
This new version is offered in four colors: metallic blue, silver gray, dark gray and pearl white; and it is already marketed in all the dealerships of the Japanese firm in our country, with a suggested price of 5.700.000 pesos (338,000 pesos less than the top of the Exclusive range).

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Nissan released the most economical version of the X-Trail


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