2021 Nissan X-Trail



The Nissan X-Trail repeated the American brother called “Rogue” the only difference is in the details.





The new generation Nissan crossover is sold only in North America, where the model is called “Rogue”. The Nissan X-Trail is a compact crossover SUV produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan since 2000. It was one of Nissan’s first crossover SUV and was released about the same time as several other companies competing car based crossovers. At its introduction, the X-Trail is positioned below the truck based X-terra and Pathfinder.

The Nissan X-Trail repeated the American brother the only difference is in the details. So mountings for the license plate appeared in front the rear bumper and lights were slightly retouched, plus the X-Trail inscription flaunts on the tailgate instead of Rogue. As in the States, the crossover will be offered with a two-tone body paint.

The salon is also, most likely, the same as that of the American, well, except that in China the crossover could get a larger floating touchscreen of the multimedia system. The Rogue arsenal also includes a virtual tidy a head up display three zone climate control and a complex of safety systems Safety Shield 360 all this stuff is likely to be in the X-Trail.

The VC Turbo nameplate can be seen at the stern of the celestial version, that is, the crossover received a turbo engine with a variable compression ratio, like the Infiniti models. Some media predict a 1.5-liter engine for the novelty, others write about a 2.0-liter engine. American Nissan Rogue is equipped with 184 horsepower aspirated 2.5-liter with direct injection, which works in tandem with a variator, front wheel drive or all wheel drive.

Nissan itself has not yet announced the premiere of the new X-Trail. Meanwhile, the Shanghai Motor Show will open in April, it is quite possible that a local crossover will be presented there. By the end of this year, they should open the cross for other countries. But in other countries, the new generation Nissan X-Trail is unlikely to appear in late 2021.





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