Nissan Australia announced local Pricing and specs for the next-generation X-Trail, a mid-size SUV. The new X-Trail is due to be released in late 2022. It will have a modern engine, an excellent interior, and much more advanced technology.
Adam Paterson, Nissan Australia’s Managing Director, said, “No two Australian households are the same. That is why flexibility is the key to the new Nissan X-Trail.”
The fourth-generation X-Trail was designed to perfectly fit any family, whether carrying five or seven people or going off-road or on the road.
The new X-Trail places safety first. It has a comprehensive set of advanced safety features and technology — including Nissan’s ProPilot semi-autonomous driver-assist systems.
In Australia, one engine option will be available: the same 135kW/ 244Nm four-cylinder 2.5-litre petrol engine used in Outlander. It’s also paired with a CVT automatic, as the manual transmission has been eliminated for this generation. Front- or all-wheel-drive is available.
The towing capacity has increased from 2,000kg to 2,000kg, with a 500kg increase in braked weight.
The 2023 Nissan X-Trail ST ($36,750 + on-road costs – AWD seven-seat version is $39,790) comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic LED lighting, and heated and auto-folding side mirrors. It also has manual air-conditioning and a urethane-covered steering wheel.
The safety kit includes seven airbags, including a center front unit, auto emergency braking with pedestrian and bicycle detection (AEB), blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, auto rear brake, lane keeping assist, and departure prevention (including automatic rear braking), traffic sign recognition (including adaptive cruise control), a reversing cam, rear parking sensors, and auto high beam.
The X-Trail STL (from $43,190+ORC – the 7-seat AWD version is $46,290) adds lane-trace assist, rear privacy glasses, front foglights, a 360° parking camera, synthetic-leather upholstery, an electrical driver’s chair, heated front chairs, dual-zone temperature control, leather-wrapped leather steering wheel, parking sensors in the front, sliding and split rear seats 40:20:40, Nissan’s
The X-Trail II (starting at $49,990 plus ORC for a five-seater AWD) comes with genuine leather, 19-inch alloy wheels, LED indicators, tri-zone climate controls, Matrix High Beam functionality, automatic wipers, and an electric tailgate. It also has a 12.3″ touchscreen with satellite navigation and a 10.8″ head-up display. Wireless Apple CarPlay, a wireless phone charging station, and a digital 12.3-inch driver
The top-spec X-Trail-Ti-L ($52.990 +ORC, five-seater AWD) includes a heated steering wheel, a Bose 10-speaker sound system, Nappa-leather upholstery with memory function for the driver’s chair, ambient interior lighting and auto-tilting rear-door sunshades. It also has a hands-free rear door, heated outboard rear seats, a remote engine start, a
Several colors are available, including ‘Solid White,’ Brilliant Silver,’ Champagne Silver,’ Ivory Pearl,’ ceramic grey,’ ceramic blue,’ scarlet ember,’ and ceramic black. For the Ti-L and Ti, there is a roof color option in a combination of Pricing for premium paint options and interior color choices that are yet to be revealed.
2023 Nissan X-Trail pricing (plus on-road costs):
- ST 2-wheel drive 5-seater: $36,750
- ST AWD 7-seater: $39,790
- ST-L 2WD 5-seat: $43,190
- ST-L 7-seat AWD: $46,290
- Ti AWD 5-seater: $45,990
- Ti-L AWD 5seat: $52,990
The 2023 Nissan X-Trail is expected to be on sale in late 2022. Keep up with the latest automotive news at DiscoverAuto.