Nissan X Trail 4th Generation Launched in Australia

Nissan X-Trail.  It is with immense relief that Nissan has launched the latest model of its medium sized SUV: the X-Trail.

Nissan X-Trail ST-L 2WD driving Nissan has suffered badly from supply problems for a range of vehicles.

The X-trail has been their mainstay vehicle sales since it was first launch in 2001.


Nissan X-Trail ST-L 2WD interior

The new fourth generation model is built on a new platform and has a wide range of improvements in comfort and safety features. It has achieved a five star ANCAP safety rating for all variants including the base model.

It is slightly shorter in length but is more efficient in the use of space within the vehicle.

The confidence and quietness in which it handles a range of conditions makes it a very good vehicle for both urban and rural situations. It gives a feeling of good road manners, modern design, and well-constructed.

IT is priced, before on road costs from $36,750 to $52,990.

A fresh call to adventure has sounded in the medium-SUV segment with the arrival of the new-generation Nissan X-Trail, redesigned from the ground up to deliver even more family freedom.

Thanks to the new Alliance CMF-C platform, which showcases advanced engineering, innovation and technology, the new X-Trail again raises the bar in its segment.

Nissan X-Trail ST-L 2WD engine

Pricing (MSRP)*^

 ST 2WD                           $36,750

ST 4WD 7-seat               $39,790

ST-L 2WD                        $43,190

ST-L 4WD 7-seat            $46,290

Ti 4WD                            $49,990

Ti-L 4WD                         $52,990

* Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) are provided for media purposes only and do not include premium paint, statutory charges or other on-road costs

^$700 surcharge for premium paint; $1200 surcharge for two-tone paint

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