New Nissan X-Trail Style Edition: complete guide
Nissan has revealed the new top-of-the-range X-Trail Style Edition. It gets with a number of new design and safety features as standard
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The Nissan X-Trail range has been bolstered by a new top-of-the-range Style Edition trim level, boasting a raft of safety features and new exterior trim pieces as standard. Read on to discover exactly what else has changed…
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The new Style Edition trim level is based on the existing Tekna trim and, as a result, comes with excellent standard equipment. The infotainment system is controlled using a seven-inch touchscreen while the driver and front-seat passenger can enjoy the benefits of electrically adjustable heated seats. Leather upholstery is offered as standard and is complimented by leather trim around the gear lever and on the steering wheel.
The exterior now boasts chrome door sills, mirror caps and boot lid detailing while 19-inch alloy wheels with a gloss black finish complete the X-Trail’s new look. In addition to shiny details on the outside, alloy pedals in the cabin help give the interior a sportier feel than existing models.
The list of standard safety features includes automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition and parking assist. Nissan’s 360-degree camera system allows the driver to get a bird’s eye view of the car also features.
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