2023 Nissan

The new generation Nissan X-Trail has just launched in the Australian market with many changes from appearance to equipment to increase competitiveness with rivals.

Nissan Rogue (also known as X-Trail in the Asia-Pacific region) the latest generation has been on sale in the United States for a while, but it was not until early December that this new generation crossover model officially appeared in the Australian market after when the Japanese automaker introduced some small upgrades not long ago.


The fourth generation Nissan X-Trail is developed based on the CMF-C platform. The BIW (Body in white) body uses lighter materials with advanced welding and stamping techniques to increase strength while reducing vehicle weight. The manufacturer also said that the use of ultra-high-strength steel in the BIW body structure has increased the load-bearing capacity from 19% in the previous generation to 35% in the current version.


Providing power for the C-class SUV is a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated 4-cylinder engine, producing a maximum capacity of 181 horsepower and maximum torque of 244 Nm, corresponding to an increase of 12 horsepower and 18 Nm compared to its predecessor. The all-new X-Trail also has a towing capacity increased by 500 kg compared to the previous generation, up to 2,000 kg. Trailer Control is now standard on this model.


Nissan X-Trail 2023 upgraded to the latest ProPILOT driver assistance system. This system can help accelerate and brake the vehicle safely within a single lane on the highway thanks to Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility active safety feature package.

This package is available on all trim levels and includes Pre-Collision Warning, Smart Cruise Control with Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keeping Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Warning and Braking Rear automatic emergency with pedestrian and cyclist detection, Driver attention warning at intersections. Mid-range versions and above also add semi-automatic features such as Lane Keeping Assist.


The standard version is the Nissan X-Trail ST 2WD priced from 36,750 Australian dollars (~ 604 million VND). The main equipment can be mentioned as LED headlights that automatically turn on/off, LED taillights, headlights that automatically adjust the beam, reversing camera, 7-inch digital dashboard, gear shift lever, Hill descent control. , roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels and rear sensors. The ST also has a seven-seat 4WD option priced from A$39,790 (~ VND 655 million).


If customers want more equipment, they can choose the ST-L 2WD version for 43,190 Australian dollars (~ 710 million VND) and 7-seat 4WD from 46,290 Australian dollars (~ 760 million VND). This version adds privacy glass, auto-dimming rearview mirror, fog lights, leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, synthetic leather interior, dual-zone air conditioning, front sensors, tire pressure sensor and 18 inch wheels.


More advanced is the Nissan 8-inch, 12.3-inch dashboard, 12.3-inch infotainment screen, ambient lighting, three-zone air conditioning, panoramic sunroof and 19-inch wheels.


Nissan Ti-L 4WD is the most expensive version with a price from 52,990 Australian dollars (~ 872 million VND), including typical equipment such as electric rearview mirrors with location memory function, heated steering wheel, Heated rear seats, memory front seats, quilted Nappa leather seats, interior ambient lighting, 10-speaker Bose Sound System, rear door sunshades and power tailgate with motion sensor.


In Viet Nam, Nissan X-Trail has been discontinued since 2020 with the Sunny sedan model. However, the Sunny was replaced by the Almera and is back on sale. It is currently unclear whether Nissan Vietnam plans to bring the 2023 X-Trail back to our country’s market or not. This is also a rival of Hyundai Tucson, Mazda CX-5, Honda CR-V or Ford Territory.


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