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A look at the new Nissan X-Trail

Transport your whole family – and then some – in the stylish new Nissan X-Trail, with a 7-seater option, connected technologies and intuitive 4WD on certain models.

The X-Trail combines Nissan’s acclaimed 4×4 heritage with fresh ideas and technologies inspired by the brand’s ground-breaking crossover models – forming a car that redefines the compact SUV segment.

It has crossover style and efficiency, exciting design, innovative technology and, exceptional comfort and practicality.

Cruise in comfort

Nissan X-Trail 2015 interior
Nissan X-Trail 2015 interior

The Nissan X-Trail’s split seats slide forward for easy access and adjust to give you more cargo space or legroom.

The 50/50 split folding 3rd-row seat gives you added flexibility carrying passengers and their gear, and folds down to make a flat cargo floor for maximum cargo space.

Intuitive 4-wheel drive

Nissan X-Trail 2015 4WD
Nissan X-Trail 2015 4WD

The Nissan X-Trail’s 4WD system automatically sends power to the wheels that need it most thanks to Nissan’s advanced electronic four-wheel drive system, ALL MODE 4×4-i.

The system reacts to wheelspin, shifting drive rearwards to restore traction as required, and for tricky conditions and at low speeds, Lock mode gives the X-Trail permanent four-wheel drive.

You can choose between a dCi 130 turbo diesel and a 1.6 DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine with 163PS, starting at R334,900.

Advanced connected technology

Nissan X-Trail 2015 NissanConnect
Nissan X-Trail 2015 NissanConnect

Fully connected, the X-Trail benefits from the latest generation NissanConnect in-car navigation, information and entertainment system, available on certain models

With access to a range of apps covering music, social networking, entertainment and travel through a large, 7-inch colour touch screen, the new NissanConnect is the perfect fit with a direct benefit to customer.

The latest generation satellite navigation integrates Google® features to reveal a host of useful information from weather forecasts to the location of fuel stations and other points of interest.

The system includes Bluetooth audio streaming and mobile phone integration as well as Aux-in and USB slots.

You will also benefit from a comprehensive suite of assistance features that make up the X-Trail’s Nissan Safety Shield system.

The 5-inch TFT colour display offers advice and warnings covering average and actual speeds, navigation turn-by-turn instructions, audio content, traffic sign recognition, eco driving advice and torque distribution settings in 4WD mode and more.

Tuned for responsive, agile performance, the system adapts to changing conditions giving you the confidence to stay calm and collected on every drive.

The following video shows the Nissan X-Trail in action.

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