All new Nissan X-Trail 2015
All new Nissan X-Trail is greatly improved from its original design. It has a much more stylish look when compared to the older, more boxy version. While it’s still a very capable sports utility vehicle, it looks and drives more like a car than a truck. All new Nissan X-Trail has a compact wheelbase, but it has room inside for an optional third row of seats in the back, which makes it among the best in its class for ferrying passengers along with your gear.
All new Nissan X-Trail Is New Inside and Out
All new Nissan X-Trail competes with cars like the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4, but its extra room gives it a bit of an edge over the more established small SUVs. The improvements in All new Nissan X-Trail didn’t stop with cosmetic enhancements. There’s a noticeable improvement in build quality, drivability, and slightly enhanced numbers in many performance characteristics.
Four Different Models Offer Something for Everyone
All new Nissan X-Trail comes in both two-wheel and four-wheel drive models, and has two different power plants to choose from. The The 2.0S CVT 2WD, 2.0E CVT 2WD, 2.0V CVT 4WD and 2.5V CVT 4WD models are equipped with the same 2.0-liter petrol engine. The low-end 2.0S has halogen headlights, anti-lock brakes, alloy wheels, rearview camera to name just a few of the standard features!
The 2.0E is 2WD, with the same efficient engine, but includes LED daytime lights, anti-skid system, push-button start, leather-accented upholstery, electrically adjustable driver’s seat with 6-way power lumbar adjustments, a 5-inch TFT dashboard screen, and many other bells and whistles to go along with its 7-passenger interior. The 2.0V is essentially the same car with 4WD. Prices range from 1.2 to 1.3 million baht.
Another 27 Horsepower If You Need It
There were some concerns in the motor press that the 2.0 liter engine had too little power to suit all buyers, and Nissan has listened by offering a 2.5 liter motor in the top of the line 2.5V model. It also offers a panoramic sunroof, big 18-inch alloy wheels, and side air bags as well. It’s priced at 1,551,000 baht. Of course the larger drive train will cost you more for petrol over the life of the car, but it’s a modest sticker price increase for a lot more power. The 2-liter engines produce 144 horsepower, enough to poke along comfortably even when every seat in the car is occupied, but the 171 horsepower the 2.5V produces will take you into the passing lane without hesitation.
All new Nissan X-Trail offers great value for the money, lots of room inside, good road feel, and a sensible concept that mixes style and utility.
Posted: 16 April 2015