Tuesday 25th February 2014
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The 2014 Nissan X-Trail is expected for release in July 2014.

This version has several updates over its predecessor, including reduced fuel consumption, reduced CO2 emissions and the latest technology.

The X-Trail was first introduced in 2001 and the latest version will be the third generation of this vehicle. We have a full X-Trail review which you can view by clicking here.

The latest edition of the X-Trail has taken some of its styling queues from the Nissan Hi-Cross concept vehicle which was shown at the 2012 Geneva Motor show. It uses the same LED lights and has taken the inspiration for the grille design from this vehicle too.

It is built on the Common Modular Family Platform which is shared with the new Qashqai and is expected to be used on 11 future Renault vehicles, whom Nissan in is partnership with.

The new X-Trail will come with 19” alloy wheels, will have the option of seven seats, a split level cargo area and a remote controlled tailgate. It will also come with the Nissan ALL MODE 4x4i system which is an electronic four wheel drive system.

This four wheel drive system is controlled by a rotary switch on the centre console which gives you the choice of two wheel drive, auto lock and four wheel drive. The auto mode can detect wheel spin and will switch power from front to rear and vice versa when needed.

Other technological features include NissanConnect in-car navigation, Active Ride Control, Active Engine Braking and Active Trace Control.

If you are considering buying a brand new SUV this summer, then this is well worth a look.

Have a look at the 2014 Nissan X-Trail video below:

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