The new generation of the Nissan X-Trail has recently arrived in Australia where the model will go on sale this March from 31,580 AUD.
The 2014 Nissan X-Trail is getting ready to storm another market, Australia, as the model in question will become available to its future customers in the Pacific country this March. The model in question will set you back for at least 31,580 AUD once it will arrive over there, for the ST trim level There are also two other versions available, the X-Trail ST-L and the X-Trail Ti.
Standard items found on the X-Trail ST include the rearview camera, the Nissan Connect, 5-inch LCD color monitor, keyless start, cruise control, Divide’n’Hide cargo system on the five-seater and 17-inch alloy wheels. The ST-L is adding the dual-zone climate control, around view monitor, 7-inch LCD, sat-nav, digital radio, leather accented seats, steering wheel and gearshift lever, heated front seats, electric driver’s seat, roof rails, privacy glass, fog lights and more.
The top of the line Ti will be adding features like the rain sensing wipers, LED headlights, electric sunroof, 18-inch alloy wheels, moving object detection, lane departure warning, auto dimming rearview mirror, blind spot monitor, motion sensor auto tailgate and others. Engine options include the FWD 2.0L manual, the 2.5 Xtronic CVT Auto and the AWD 2.5L CVT Auto.