AM Online


June 2014

Nissan is not doing things by halves in 2014, so as well as launching an all-new Qashqai it is also launching its brand new X-Trail. The next X-Trail will be offered with front-wheel drive as standard and four-wheel drive as an option to help bring down carbon dioxide emissions for the range. A substantially revised 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine will cut emissions significantly to put the X-Trail back on many business users’ car lists. Five- and seven-seat versions of the X-Trail will be offered as Nissan seeks to make the new model more versatile to compete with the new breed of crossover and improved SUV rivals.