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New Nissan X-Trail debuts in China

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April 6 – Chongqing, China – Nissan is poised to capture a larger share of the burgeoning SUV segment in China as it unveils the new Nissan X-Trail in Chongqing.

The new Nissan X-Trail

The new X-Trail is a classic model upgraded and aligned to the needs of young families, with more stylish design, more comfortable space, improved driving performance and new advanced safety technologies.

Communicating a high sense of style, the new X-Trail’s exterior features an enlarged Nissan “V-motion” grille, updated headlights with a “boomerang” LED signature, and new 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies on the new Nissan X-Trail

Its refined interior includes a new D-shape steering wheel, giving it a robust and premium feel.    

Expanding its safety technology features to give drivers more confidence, the new X-Trail will also be available with Intelligent Emergency Braking, Emergency Assist for Pedal Misapplication and Cross Traffic Alert.

A number of advanced safety technologies related to Nissan Intelligent Mobility are already available for the current X-Trail, such as Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Intelligent Around View Monitor.

The new X-Trail also integrates a host of other intelligent features. Its Intelligent Cruise Control maintains a set distance between the X-Trail and vehicles in front, even applying the brakes to help maintain that distance. Its smartphone-connected system features a new user interface that makes it easy to make and receive calls using a steering wheel button and enables the driver to operate a smartphone by touching a 7-inch screen.

The current X-Trail has broken sales records for three straight years since being introduced in China in 2014. It has won a reputation among Chinese customers for stylish design and superior driving performance in both cities and suburbs. More than 180,000 X-Trails were sold in China last year, making it the world’s largest market for the model after the U.S., where it is known as the Nissan Rogue.

For more details on the new Nissan X-Trail, visit the Nissan Global newsoom.

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