India-spec Nissan X-Trail to get dual-pane sunroof, third row seats

    Nissan India has sent out a new teaser confirming some features of the X-Trail before its launch.

    Published On Jul 11, 2024 06:11:00 PM


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    Nissan India has released a second round of teasers for its upcoming X-Trail SUV, confirming a number of features. As we had reported earlier, the fourth-gen Nissan X-Trail, which has been on sale in international markets since 2021, will be brought to India as a CBU. Nissan India currently only has the Magnite compact SUV on sale.

    1. X-Trail in India to sport automatic transmission
    2. To be available in three-row form
    3. Features include dual-pane sunroof, dual-zone auto AC, e-parking brake

    New Nissan X-Trail: mechanical highlights

    We have reported previously that the X-Trail for India will be powered by a 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol unit paired to a CVT gearbox. The new teaser confirms the presence of an automatic gearbox, drive modes, an electronic parking brake with auto-hold function and cruise control via the buttons mounted on the unique three-spoke steering. The steering seems to be finished in a leatherette material.

    Nissan X-Trail sunroof

    New Nissan X-Trail: interior, feature highlights

    On the inside, the X-Trail for India will offer seating for up to seven passengers with a bench seat in the second row and two more seats in the third row. Passengers will be able to enjoy the dual-pane sunroof, dual-zone climate control and a large infotainment touchscreen (flanked by physical toggles for some functions). In addition, the teaser shows it’ll have a wireless smartphone charger, a digital instrument cluster, keyless entry and push-button start.

    Nissan X-Trail third-row, steering, digital instrument cluster

    More details about the new Nissan X-Trail for India will trickle in as the launch approaches. We expect the X-Trail to be priced in the Rs 40 lakh-45 lakh (ex-showroom) region, which means it’ll take on the likes of the Jeep Meridian, Skoda Kodiaq, MG Gloster and the Hyundai Tucson.

    Also see:

    Nissan lines up five new models for India

    Nissan GT-R production to end in October 2024 after 17 years

    Nissan’s Duster-based SUV to be positioned higher than its Renault sibling

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