By Otsile Kadiege
Nissan South Africa recently announced that the X-Trail will now feature the brand’s Nissan Connect infotainment system as well as a few other vehicle enhancements.
The popular SUV’s new Nissan Connect infotainment system is said to be intuitive, designed to reduce distractions and enhance convenience, connectivity, and in-vehicle digital experience. Consumers will use the dash-mounted 7-inch touch display to operate the new infotainment system, which also features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Additional to the Nissan Connect system the X-Trail is now available with the following key enhancements added to the mid-spec Acenta & range-topping Tekna derivatives:
– LED headlights;
– Reverse camera;
– Push start button; and
– Keyless entry with sensor-controlled power tailgate.
The Japanese automaker’s top of the range X-Trail Tekna derivative features Nissan Intelligent Mobility. It comes with the following technology designed to make every journey as seamless and effortless as possible:
– Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention;
– Intelligent Lane Intervention;
– Intelligent Cross Traffic Alert;
– Intelligent Emergency Braking;
– Intelligent Forward Collision Warning;
– Intelligent Auto Headlights; and
– Intelligent Around View Monitor.
The recommended retail prices for the Nissan X-Trail range is as follows:
– X-TRAIL 2.0 VISIA 7S R462,000;
– X-TRAIL 2.5 Acenta CVT 4WD R508,900;
– X-TRAIL 2.5 Acenta CVT 4WD 7s R513,900;
– X-TRAIL 1.6 dci Tekna 4WD R585,900; and
– X-TRAIL 2.5 Tekna CVT 4WD 7s R599,900.
The X-Trail range includes 3year/90,000 km Service Plan and 6year/150,000km warranty.
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