Nissan X-Trail N-Tec+ trim announced

Nissan X-Trail N-Tec+ trim announced
3 Oct, 2012 7:53pm Tom Phillips

New Nissan X-Trail N-Tec+ model adds lots of kit and costs £27,790

Nissan has announced a new trim level for its Land Rover Freelander-rivalling 4x4. The X-Trail N-Tec+ slots in between the Acenta and flagship Tekna models, and comes fitted with 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome trim on the foglight surrounds and side bars with side steps.

On the inside, the X-Trail N-Tec+ gets Nissan Connect, with a five-inch touchscreen sat-nav system that also includes Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free telephone calls and music streaming.

The N-Tec+ also adds Nissan’s Around View Monitor 360 degree parking system, which features colour front, rear and passenger side cameras.

Also on the equipment list is a panoramic sunroof, keyless go, climate control, cruise control, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers and rear privacy glass.

The X-Trail is powered by a 171bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine, and is capable of towing 2,200kg.

The X-Trail N-Tec+ is on sale now and costs £27,790. For a limited time, Nissan is offering the X-Trail N-Tec+ at £25,790 – the same as an Acenta model.

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