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Nissan X-Trail Hybrid
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Nissan X-Trail Hybrid PreviewThe Nissan X-trail 2016 would be making its debut again at the Delhi AutoExpo 2016, the new car was showcased at the Geneva motor show in the year 2013. The SUV was discontinued in the year 2014 last time following low sales volume. The car uses CMF (Common Module Family) architecture that has been developed along with Renault. The sleeker looks of the SUV has been inspired from the family of SUVs that include the Pathfinder, Juke, Murano, Qashqai, etc.
The SUV is sleeker and unlike its predecessor that was powered with a 2.0-litre diesel engine, this one would be powered by a 2.0 litre-petrol and would use hybrid technology too. There are no covers on the Nissan X-Trail images and the car would be a strict five seater. It would be benefitted from the FAME India scheme and offer significant benefits to the customers and offer about 400 litres of boot space. A full-wheel drive system and features like active ride height would impart the car its needed credentials making it worthy of SUV tag. Some other technologies that might be present in the car emergency braking system and intelligent park assist.
Nissan X-Trail features what the company calls Nissan Connect would most likely be present and would offer latest generation of Navigation coupled with information and entertainment system with capability for smart phone apps mirroring on the screen and other features like voice control, email and SMS readout etc.
Since the car would most likely be a CBU unit, Nissan X-Trail interiors and other design features would be significantly be the same. The V-motion grille is flanked by stylish looking headlamps that come integrated with DRLs. Apart from that “Hybrid” badges would be present on the left, right and tailgate door.
Nissan X-trail Engine & Transmission
The Nissan X-Trail specifications that would be offered in India would have a 2.0-litre petrol engine developing 179bhp of power along with electric motors that would be put to use via CVT transmission system and an electric all-wheel drive system. Nissan X-Trail reviews are out where the car has already been launched and the impressions have so far been impressive.
Nissan X-trail Expected Mileage
The Nissan X-Trail mileage was 20.6kmpl when the car was launched in Japan. It is expected that the car with an optimised 2.0-litre engine working alongside regenerative braking system, aerodynamic under floor and low rolling resistance tyres would return anywhere between 20-21kmpl of mileage.
Nissan X-trail Expected Price
The Nissan X-Trail price in India would be between 30 – 35 lacs bracket and it would compete against Hyundai SantaFe, Honda CR-V, Toyota Fortuner, Ford Endeavour etc. Nissan X-trail colors should include Black, White, Silver, Dark Blue, Dark Oilve, Gray and Orange as they are available in other worldwide markets while Nissan X-trail variants would be very limited considering the engine sizes that would be on offer.
Nissan X-trail Expected launch date
The car would be most certainly be launched at the Delhi AutoExpo 2016 that starts in February.
*Disclaimer: The date of launch is tentative and purely based on the information received from OEMs. Autoportal will not be responsible for any discrepancy and delay with the launch dates.
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