We have pretty much basic information’s about 2014 Nissan X-Trail. According to reports it seams that this vehicle will be delivered with crossover body and that styling will lead to that direction. Also technologies that were added to the cabin features promises a lot while the third row option will be also offered.
2014 Nissan X-Trail Release Date
All the details’s that we have about this vehicle recommends that it will go on sale throughout the July of the next year. It will be delivered internationally from the start. Taking design hints from Nissan’s Juke, Dualis and Murano crossovers, the third-generation X-Trail trades the boxy styling of its predecessors for a softer, more rounded look.
Gone are the squared-off headlights, slab-sided door panels and pillar-mounted tail-lights and in their place come angular headlamps with LED daytime running lights integrated into a streamlined variation of the standard three-piece grille, streaming profile lines and horizontally aligned tail-lamps spanning the rear quarter panels and tailgate.
The cabin likewise profits from a total remodeling that looks decidedly more exceptional, showcasing an elegant new steering wheel, instrument cluster, dashboard and center console layout. Brushed metals, leather-made furniture, and soft-touch and piano black plastics lift the perception of quality considerably over the outbound model’s utilitarian interior.
Readily available as a seven-seater for the first time, the new 2014 Nissan X-Trail will effectively take the place of the Dualis +2, which will not belong to the next-generation Dualis range that is also due for release in 2014.
Nissan says it has improved the 2014 Nissan X-Trail practicality by incorporating rear doors that open out to almost 80 degrees and developing a new split-level cargo area that permits large items to be saved reduced down and lighter items put on a shelf above.
The 2014 Nissan X-Trail will debut the new ‘NissanConnect’ infotainment system, which will showcase a seven-inch touchscreen with Google navigation and a library of applications covering music, social networking, travel and various other functions.
Two-wheel drive models will once more be provided together with the more capable four-wheel-drive versions that adopt Nissan’s ‘All Mode 4x4i’ system.
Nissan asserts 2 world-firsts with the brand-new 2014 Nissan X-Trail: Active Ride Control, which keeps track of the roadway surface area to spot undulations that can disturb the pitch of the body and alters the damping to compensate; and Active Engine Braking, which takes advantage of the power of the ‘Xtronic’ automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) to add engine braking while cornering or when decelerating to come to a stop– promising greater braking control and enhanced feel with less pedal effort.
Review Of Nissan X-Trail
Active Trace Control, currently found in the Infiniti M, uses sensors to monitor speed, steering angle, throttle opening and braking effort to brake wheels individually to reduce understeer.
Nissan is yet to reveal details of the new 2014 Nissan X-Trail engine line-up at this stage, however promises the new model will “lead its class in terms of engine efficiency” thanks to the execution of scaled down gas and diesel powerplants.
The new X-Trail will be sold in 190 nations around the world. An Americanised version of the new model– dubbed the Nissan Rogue– debuted alongside the 2014 Nissan X-Trail at Frankfurt motor program.
Full specifications will be revealed closer to the launch of the new X-Trail in 2014.