Nissan have added a new model to the X-Trail line-up – the n-tec+ which has gone on sale today priced from £27,790.
Although if you can make a decision Nissan are giving retail customers a £2,000 discount for a limited period, making it the same price as the Acenta model plus there is the offer of three years zero per cent finance (subject to status) and you can cover 3 years worth of servicing for £399 (subject to terms and conditions).
The Nissan X-Trail n-tec+ sits between Acenta and the top of the range Tekna models. On the outside it features 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome finished front fog lamps and side bars with side steps.
The standard equipment on the inside includes Nissan Connect with a five-inch touchscreen satellite navigation system with Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free telephone calls and music streaming. Plus Nissan have added their ‘Around View Monitor’ 360 degree parking system, which features colour front, rear and passenger side cameras, ensuring that driver’s have a bird’s-eye view when manoeuvring. You also benefit from climate control, cruise control, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers and rear privacy glass.There is an electric tilt and slide panoramic sunroof, plus Intelligent key for keyless entry and start completes the equipment list.
The four-wheel drive Nissan X-Trail n-tec+ is powered by a 173 PS 2.0 litre dCi turbodiesel diesel engine which capable of towing up to 2200 kg. Nissan’s All-Mode 4x4-i system with Uphill Start Support and Downhill Drive Support makes sure the X-Trail is surefooted whatever the weather.
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