The new generation of the Nissan X-Trail has been recently tested out by the British automotive journalists from Auto Express.
The new generation of the Nissan X-Trail has absolutely nothing in common with the previous one, except for the name. This is the main conclusion drawn from this test drive, as Auto Express is explaining to us. This is a completely new vehicle, with a new design, a completely new cabin and new technologies. If you are interested in adding one to your garage, than you should definitely scroll down and click the play button.
As you probably remember, the new generation of the Nissan X-Trail has been officially unveiled during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The vehicle is coming with features such as the Active Engine Brake, the Active Ride Control, the Active Trace Control, the Advance Hill Descent Control, the controllable ALL MODE 4x4i system and much more. Its design is brand new as the new X-Trail has dropped the rugged looks for a more premium feel. This has added muscular lines, a modern design, LED headlights, boomerang taillights and more. The cabin is getting full leather upholstery on more expensive versions, piano black, metal and chrome finishes, a third row of seats and others.
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