A short video is revealing the new generation of the Nissan X-Trail, at the company’s stand, at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The 2014 Nissan X-Trail has been officially presented to the public during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The model in question has dropped the rugged familiar looks and it now has a more premium feel, with LED headlights, DRL, boomerang taillights, muscular lines and a modern design. The cabin of the 2014 Nissan X-Trail has received cloth fabric on lower spec versions and full leather upholstery on more expensive variants, metal, piano black and chrome finishes and rear doors which can be opened to almost 80 degrees, allowing easier access to the cabin and to the third row of seats.
Nissan says that the new generation of the X-Trail is also coming with features such as the Active Ride Control, Active Engine Brake, Advance Hill Descent Control, Active Trace Control, controllable ALL MODE 4x4i system, using a rotary switch on the center console which is allowing the driver to select between the 2WD, Auto mode and Lock, just like in the current model. The engine lineup for the new Nissan X-Trail generation remains a mystery for the moment, along with its price list, but they are expected to be announced over the following weeks.
Mercedes-Benz widened its U.S. luxury-vehicle lead over BMW in November as sales of the new entry-level CLA four door coupe contributed to almost all of the Daimler AG unit’s gain.
Mercedes sold 3,623 CLAs in the $29,900 car’s second full month of availability, according to a statement ...