Nissan X-Trail 2018 Static Distinction Right Front

The Nissan X-Trail Distinction starts at a price of 37 400 € in dCi 130. It is 1000 € more than the high finish Tekna

Restyled in late 2017, the Nissan X-Trail is attacked by the other family SUVs Peugeot 5008 and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace. In April 2018, it replicates with a new limited series called X-Trail Distinction, reserved for the dCi 130 version in 4×2, 4×4 or automatic transmission. Review of details.

Launched in July 2014, the Nissan X-Trail is the big brother of the famous Qashqai : same platform, same engines, same transmissions, same dashboard, but an increased length of 26 cm which allows it to accommodate two seats. third place (+ 900 €). A technique used more recently by the Peugeot 5008, Skoda Kodiaq, Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace … or cousin Renault Koleos, the only SUV in the band not to offer a 7-seater option.

Nissan X-Trail 2018 Tekna static orange front

To continue to exist in this segment of family SUVs, the X-Trail received a first restyling end of 2017 ( read our essay X-Trail restyled ). The second measure takes the form of a new special series called X-Trail Distinction , which further enhances the modernity of its endowment.

The X-Trail Distinction in detail

The Nissan X-Trail Distinction is a limited edition of 300 copies on the French market. Based on the Tekna high finish (already generous in equipment, see below), the Distinction series adds two 10.1 ” Android tablets with headrest mounts, two Bluetooth headphones and two backlit USB outlets in back.

Nissan X-Trail 2018 Screen Distinction
Nissan X-Trail 2018 Distinction walking foot

An endowment also coated with a specific presentation: 19 ” Diamond Cut ‘rims, aluminum running boards, and Distinction logos on lacquered black uprights, floor mats and head restraints. Reserved for the single 1.6 dCi 130 engine, the X-Trail Distinction can still be ordered in five or seven seats (+ € 900), 4×2 or 4×4 transmission (+ € 1,900), mechanical or continuously variable gearbox (+ € 1,600) ).

Nissan X-Trail 2018 engines

Meanwhile the Euro6.c engines available in September 2018, the Nissan X-Trail continues with its three usual mechanics: a petrol of 163 hp , and two diesels of 130 and 177 hp . If gasoline only sends its power to the front wheels via a mechanical gearbox, the diesels offer more choices in terms of transmissions.

Nissan X-Trail 2018 engine

The 1.6 dCi 130 can be converted to the all-wheel drive or the original X-Tronic continuously variable gearbox … but not both. This association remains reserved for 2.0 dCi 177, which is also available in 4×2 X-Tronic, or 4×4 with mechanical gearbox ( see below the price chart )

Finishes and equipment Nissan X-Trail 2018

Off-series Special Distinction (or Business Edition reserved for professionals), the Nissan X-Trail leaves the choice between four levels of equipment.

First, the X-Trail Visia which has nothing of a stripped finish. It comes standard with the Safety Pack (panel recognition, automatic high beam, line crossing warning and automatic emergency braking), the 40/20/40 sliding bench seat, the removable boot floor, the DAB radio with plug USB, Bluetooth and steering wheel controls, and 17-inch alloy wheels.

The X-Trail Acenta adds auto lights and wipers, fog lights, dual surround, electrically fold-back mirrors and panoramic sunroof.

Nissan X-Trail 2018 Tekna dashboard
Nissan X-Trail 2018 Tekna orange static rear

The X-Trail N-Connecta plays the fiber “techno” plus 7 ” touch screen GPS navigation, semi-automatic parking with 360 ° cameras, monitoring blind spots and traffic in reverse, the hatchback electric and the key hands-free, while the presentation takes advantage of 18-inch wheels and roof racks silver color.

The X-Trail Tekna , it covers the range: 19 ” wheels, 100% LED lights, leather upholstery, electric and heated front seats, heated rear seats and steering wheel, and a Bose audio system at 8HP … reserved for version five seats (the subwoofer takes the place of booster seats under the trunk floor).

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