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The Nissan X-Trail - the marque's largest crossover - has received a host of upgrades, which make it more practical and safer on the road.

07 Jun 2017 | International News : U.K.

The new Nissan X-Trail - the largest model in Nissan's crossover lineup - features a range of upgrades, which improve its quality and refinement. They include a distinctive and robust new exterior, higher-quality interior with desirable new features and innovative new technologies to make life on the road even safer.

Total boot space in the X-Trail increases to 1,996 litres with all seats folded
Thanks to revised interior packaging, the boot on the new X-Trail is now larger than before, with capacity rising from 550 litres to 565 litres on the five-seat version. The total space with all seats folded rises to 1,996 litres.

Every X-Trail boot comes with Nissan's innovative Luggage Board System, which allows for shelves and dividers to be adjusted into any one of nine different configurations. These include a hidden compartment to keep valuables out of sight, making it the ideal base for family days out.

For drivers seeking new levels of flexibility and greater freedom when they want it, the new Nissan X-Trail will be available with ProPILOT autonomous drive technology during 2018. ProPILOT will control the steering, acceleration and braking in a single lane on highways during heavy traffic congestion and high-speed cruising.

ProPILOT is one of a range of Nissan Intelligent Mobility systems, which are new to the X-Trail. Others include Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Recognition, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. If the driver attempts to reverse when an approaching vehicle is detected, the system gives visual and audible warnings.

The X-Trail's range of three efficient engines remains, including the 2.0-litre 175bhp diesel launched this year. It means customers can pick the perfect X-Trail for their needs, with the choice of petrol or high and low-powered diesel, six-speed manual or CVT XTronic automatic transmissions, two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, and five or seven seats. The new Nissan X-Trail will go on sale in the U.K. from August 2017.

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