The X-Trail features two powerful yet economical engines. The 2.0-L offers 144 ps and 200 Nm.
Nissan's innovative CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) eliminates fixed-gear ratios and thus the need for gear-hunting. Instead, CVT keeps the engine at optimal revs for excellent acceleration and fuel economy.
Whether it's a night out on the city or a camping trip in the woods, Nissan X-Trail's All-Mode 4x4-i adapts to the task at hand.
With Nissan X-Trail's All-Mode 4x4-i, you've got a system that's capable on-road and off. You can choose full-time 2WD for maximum efficiency. Auto Mode constantly monitors conditions and adjusts the balance of power between front and rear wheels for best traction. Challenging conditions? 4WD Lock Mode is your choice.
When you need to react quickly, these standard technologies help you to safely avoid a potentially harmful situation.
Whether you're slowing for a corner or coming to a stop, Active Engine Braking uses the CVT transmission to apply engine braking to help give smoother deceleration and a more confident feel when braking.
With Active Ride Control, the Nissan X-Trail can automatically apply braking and adjust engine torque after you hit a bump to smooth out your ride.
When starting on steep hills from a stop, Hill Start Assist will help keep you from rolling backwards. It holds brake pressure for a few seconds, allowing you time to switch from the brake pedal to the accelerator.
The Active Brake Limited Slip system senses wheelspin and applies braking pressure onto any slipping wheels, while redirecting power to the wheels with the best traction.
Active Trace Control helps to improve performance when you take a corner. It reads the cornering situation and, if needed, can brake each wheel individually to help you steer through the turn with confidence.