2014 Nissan X-Trail Frankfurt Motor Show 2013 (IAA) world debut

2014 Nissan X-Trail has made its global debut at Frankfurt Motor Show. Built on recently developed Common Modular Platform which has been jointly developed along with Renault, the X-Trail redefines the compact SUV segment.

Nissan X-Trail (2)To be made available in 190 countries across the world, X-Trail has been inspired by other Nissan crossovers which include Qashqai, Juke and Murano. Nissan X-Trail displays outstanding features and comes in an innovative new design ideally suited as a modern family vehicle.

Following world debut in Frankfurt, the X-Trail will go on sale in Europe from July 2014 and will make noteworthy contributions to Nissan Power 88 plan for fiscal years 2011-16. The model is rugged in stance and dynamic in appearance and external features include structured headlights with LED daytime running lamps, a characteristic D Pillar shape while headlamps with high and low beams are offered on top end models.

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X-Trail sits on 19” alloy wheels. Interiors are spacious and comfortable, finished in chrome and piano black accents while seats are covered in full leather with contrasting stitching. The X-Trail can occupy upto 7 adults with the option of two extra seats while rear side doors open to almost 90 degrees making entry and exit easier.

Technology comes in the form of NissanConnect in car navigation, information and entertainment system while Nissan Safety Shield system, Active Ride Control and Active Engine Brake are also seen along with Active Ride Control monitors road surface so as to make adjustments accordingly. Active Trace Control is another novel system for the premium segment which uses on board sensors to monitor speed, steering angle and braking effort and is exceptionally useful while maneuvering the vehicle over slippery or wet roads.