The 2018 Nissan X-Trail will be remarkably revolutionary SUV having undergone some changes such as facelifts and additional upgrades. The X-Trail has been the leading model in sales for the brand across the globe over the past few years.
However, the engine design still remains the same as the previous model. Its design is the third generation although still has good credibility among many markets.
2018 Nissan X-Trail – Fantastic Appearance
The manufacturer with the new headlamps design adds the beauty of the 2018 Nissan X-Trail together with a boomerang stylish design for the LED day running lights. A V-shaped grille updates the signature design of previous models at the front. The adaptive lighting system, which improves nighttime visibility by adjusting automatically the intensity and direction of light, is a first installment to the model.
It comes with a choice of 17 or 18-inch aluminum alloy wheel designs that provide good handling and traction. Muscular fenders run in the line and wrap around the LED tail lights.
The interior design of the 2018 Nissan X-Trail offers the best in class headroom, due to its larger design. In addition, the flexible seats that recline and slide as well as state of the art panoramic glass moonroof, furnish the interior.
The seats are custom built to reduce fatigue using zero gravity mechanism. There is easy third-row access through folding seats that can also come in handy when carrying cargo.
The heated steering wheel as well has been updated to ideal for cold mornings. A mobility technology with a monitor and four cameras have been developed for the model to enable a driver to look around with more confidence.
Under the Hood
The 2018 Nissan X-Trail kicks off with a 2.0-liter engine with 380NM torque that delivers 177 HP with 180 lb-ft. The mileage will vary from 26 mpg to 33 mpg depending on the environment.
The electronically controlled xtronic transmission is available for the four-wheel drive model. It delivers the seamless wave of power and automated braking system with friction reduced by up to 40%. The 6-speed manual transmission with precise and brisk shifting means a seamless response to your driving no matter the environment.
The performance is enhanced through chassis control, a feature that helps avoid collisions. The Xtronic transmission also allows for easier braking and more controlled deceleration. Active limited slip braking system is equipped with senses that avoid wheels spin by applying brakes to any slipping wheel. An eco-mode has also been upgraded to suit driving.
Development and Price
Finally, the 2018 Nissan X-Trail is expected to hit the market and motor shows in early 2018. The retail price has been set in the fair market range from $20,000 to $35,000 US dollars. Pricing varies on custom built models, pre-orders and purchase in installments.