The Nissan X-Trail borrows some design cues from the Rogue SUV sold in the United States as a result of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance and is based on the same CMF-C platform, the same crossover platform that also spawns the Nissan Qashqai.
The next-generation Nissan X-Trail will be powered by a hybrid powertrain.
The fourth-generation Nissan X-Trail was first unveiled in full at Auto Shanghai 2021 and while there have been a few significant updates, it remains easily identifiable as the X-Trail. Then it also borrowed some elements from the Rogue sold in the United States as a result of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance and relies on the same CMF-C platform, the same crossover platform that has also spawned the Nissan Qashqai. But we just can’t confuse it with a crossover, thanks to the bold, rugged proportions and design.
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The Nissan X-Trail receives an ePower system that is unlike conventional hybrid powertrains. Here, the gasoline engine is used exclusively to charge the battery, and the battery, in turn, powers an electric motor connected to the front axle. Now we’re still not sure which engine he’ll use, but we expect him to get the Qashqai’s 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that puts out around 191 hp, as well as the e-Pedal. (A Nissan Leaf pedal operation Just as in the Nissan X-Trail, an identical system will be tuned to produce more power and improve efficiency while reducing emissions levels.
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Now getting to the basics, it gets a new front suspension and a more responsive steering setup to balance its dynamics. Nissan has confirmed that a four-wheel drive variant will be offered and will be equipped with different terrain settings for snow, mud and gravel. As much as we would love to have the Nissan X-Trail in our market, for now the Japanese automaker seems to be focusing on more affordable compact SUVs and there aren’t many people on the X-Trail coming to our market. ribs.
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