New Generation Nissan X-Trail Officially Launches in Australia

New Generation Nissan X-Trail Officially Launches in Australia. The latest generation of Nissan X-Trail, which is officially sold in Australia, is two years after the appearance of the latest generation of Nissan X-Trail, which has been around since 2020.

The Nissan X-Trail or also known as the Nissan Rouge has entered its fourth generation.

This latest generation of X-Trail shares a platform with the Mitsubishi Outlander with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi CMF-C platform.

After being present for the first time in 2020, now the latest generation Nissan X-Trail has officially entered the Australian market.

There are several differences compared to the United States version which became the first country for the presence of this latest generation of X-Trail such as engines and features.

Rear of Nissan X-Trail Australian Version

Different Machines

What’s interesting about the Australian version of the Nissan X-Trail compared to the US version of the Nissan Rouge is the engine used.

While the American version uses a 1,500 cc, 3-cylinder Turbo engine that produces power up to 204 hp and 300 Nm of torque which is claimed to be more efficient and powerful, the Australian version of the X-Trail uses the latest 2,500 cc engine.

What’s interesting is that even though the engine uses 2,500 cc, it has a different code than before.

QR25DE is now coded PR25DD. This machine uses direct injection which can produce 184 PS of power and 245 Nm of torque which is combined with a CVT transmission which Nissan calls the Xtronic CVT.

Variants and Features of the Australian Version of the Nissan X-Trail

Speaking of variants, the Australian version of the Nissan X-Trail comes with 4 variants.

The lowest variant is the ST variant which is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and taillights, Roof Rail, Parking Sensors.

And active safety features that have been present since the lower variants such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitoring.

Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Rear-Cross Traffic Alert and Automatic Brake.

New Generation Nissan X-Trail Officially Launched In Australia

Interior of the Nissan X-Trail Australian Version

For the second and lower variant, the ST-L gets 18-inch wheels, front parking sensors, a self-driving or semi-autonomous feature called Nissan’s ProPilot starting to appear in this variant.

Then this variant comes with second row window curtains, fog lamps, rear seats that can go forward and backward, synthetic leather seats, heated seats, and a 360-degree camera.

The 2 highest variants get 19-inch alloy wheels as standard, panoramic sunroof, digital mirrors, power tailgate, LED turn signal, genuine leather seats.

Large 12.3-inch entertainment screen, 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, wireless charging, and AC settings for up to 3 zones, namely 2 zones at the front and 1 zone at the back.

Especially for the Ti-L variant, it is equipped with memory seats, audio from Bose with 10 speakers, Nappa leather seats, heated second row seats.

Heated steering wheel, power tailgate that can open automatically without touching the trunk door handle, and remote engine start. .

Nissan Australia itself has not mentioned the price for each X-Trail variant sold in the Kangaroo country.

In addition, Nissan Australia has not mentioned the origin of the X-Trail assembly although it is most likely an assembly from Japan.

Source : Autos.ID

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