Nissan X-Trail has received a wide range of specification changes, particularly in safety and infotainment.
Probably the biggest change in this tech savvy world is that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are now standard across the range.
It has Nissan’s next-generation infotainment system that controlled though a new 7.0-inch touchscreen with updated graphics.
On the safety front, Intelligent Driving Alert is now available with the ST-L grade and above. This system monitors input patterns during a period of driving to establish a baseline. After comparing subsequent driving characteristics relative to that reference point, the vehicle is able to detect and alert the driver when it senses the time has come to take a break.
“The addition of new cabin technology and advanced safety equipment further improves the popular X-Trail, and shows the evolution of a vehicle that has played such a key role in the lives of so many Australians,” says Nissan Australia Managing Director Stephen Lester.
“And in 2021, that story continues, with these upgrades ensuring the X-Trail remains one of the most compelling SUV offerings in Australia.”
ST 4×2: $30,665 (manual), $32,665 (automatic)
ST 4×2 seven-seater: $34,265 (automatic)
ST 4×4: $34,665 (automatic)
TS 4×4 diesel: $37,465 (automatic)
ST-L 4×2: $38,525 (automatic)
ST-L 4×2 seven-seater: $40,125 (automatic)
ST-L 4×4: $40,626 (automatic)
Ti 4×4: $45,965 (automatic)
Note: These prices do not include government or dealer delivery charges. Contact your local Nissan dealer for drive-away prices.