Sales of the revised Nissan X-Trail SUV model began in the second half of 2017. This new model, for 2018 MY, has brought a certain number of improvements and innovations, compared to the previous versions. Nevertheless, it is expected that the 2019 Nissan X-Trail will offer something new. Changes will not be large. However, the new model will be more modern.
It is known that the company also offered NISMO version of this model. However, this version is intended primarily for buyers in the Japanese market. According to currently available information, the model for 2019 will receive NISMO treatment. The 2018 X-Trail NISMO did not receive a complete treatment. This leaves space for the 2019 model to offer more.
Design and Specs
The 2019 Nissan X-Trail will continue to offer versions with 5 and 7 seats. Vehicle dimensions remain unchanged, with a luggage capacity of 565 liters to 1996 liters, with reclining seats. The new X-Trail has a sharper look of the front, compared to the 2017 model. There are new alloy wheels of 17 and 18 inches, as well as a large amount of chrome details.
The interior of the vehicle is rich and modernly equipped. There is a new design of the steering wheel with the beveled lower part. Also, interior materials are more modern and quality.
The 2019 Nissan X-Trail comes with Propilot 1 semi-autonomous technology. In fact, this is the first phase of Nissan’s autonomous technology. In addition, this SUV has received an enhanced Nissan Connect Infotainment system and richer equipment. First of all, you need to extract standard DAB radio and satellite navigation. There is also adaptive light technology, automatic pedestrian-controlled braking system, automatic opening of the tailgate with hands-free operation as well as an optional two-tone leather interior and a new Bose Premium sound system with eight speakers.
2019 Nissan X-Trail Engine Options
As before, there will be three different aggregates. These are 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter diesel units, as well as a 1.6-liter petrol unit. With all aggregates, 6-speed manual transmission or CVT transmission is available.
For the Japanese market, the offer will be richer for a 2.0-liter petrol engine. The NISMO version has this engine version. Also, the 2019 model will be rounded off and the Nissan X-Trail Hybrid version.
We have already mentioned that NISMO version, from 2017, did not receive complete treatment. The vehicle got a visual set-up set while there was no performance improvement. This NISMO Package included a recognizable aero package, as well as red details of the exterior, a V-motion mask in black, tinted glass and lights, and chrome-plated handles on the doors.
Will X-Trail NISMO for 2019 MY offer complete treatment, or improve and improve performance? We hope it will.