All-new Nissan X-Trail: Price and specs revealed
The redesigned Nissan X-Trail has been revealed, with the new five and seven-seat SUV offering a fully electrified drivetrain line-up.
When it hits the market, it’ll be priced from £32,030. Here’s everything you need to know about the updated X-Trail.
Nissan X-Trail fast facts
- Priced from £32,030
- Completely fresh exterior design
- Available as five and seven seater
- Mild hybrid and full hybrids offered
- Twin 12.3in screens with updated infotainment
Nissan X-Trail styling
The X-Trail bets a bold and distinctive new look that sets it apart from smaller SUVs in the Nissan range such as the Juke and Qashqai. It gets a chunkier off-road-orientated look than either of those models, with the front encompassing large integral headlights within the bumper.
From the side, large wheel arches with the X-Trail presence on the road, whilst at the base of the doors you’ll find an inset step-plate. At the rear, the lights are split, while a silver panel curves neatly under the bumper – a further hint at the off-road credentials of this Nissan.
Nissan X-Trail interior
The interior has been updated too, with a pair of 12.3in displays set into the dashboard: one for the driver display, and a touchscreen in it for the updated infotainment system that now features Amazon Alexa voice control as standard.
The X-Trail is available as both a five and seven seater, making it an excellent car for the school run. Rear passengers also benefit from their own air conditioning controls as well as USB ports.
Five trim levels will be on offer, with the basic Visia costing from £32,030 and the range-topping Tekna+ from £42,520.
Practicality-wise, the X-Trail offers 585 litres of boot space (in five seat mode). It’s a practical car too, with the middle row of seats folding in a 60:40 format and including a central hatch.
Nissan X-Trail drivetrains
The X-Trail will be available exclusively with mild-hybrid and full hybrid drivetrains. The range kicks off with a 1.5-litre petrol unit that produces around 165hp and gets a CVT gearbox. Thanks to its mild-hybrid assistance, it’ll manage just short of 40mpg combined.
The mid-range option gets you a 200hp version of the ePower system that we’ve already seen in the Nissan Qashqai. This version uses the 1.5-litre petrol engine, but couples it to an electric motor that provides the drive (the engine is solely there to charge the batteries).
At the top of the range you’ll find the e-4orce model. This essentially uses the same drivetrain as the ePower variant, but adds an extra electric motor to the rear axle – improving acceleration and of course making it a four-wheel drive SUV.
Nissan X-Trail release date
The X-Trail is likely to be available to order later in the year, with deliveries commencing in 2023. We’ll bring you leasing plans as soon as they are available on site. In the meantime, you can compare prices on Nissan’s current line-up by hitting the button below.