2021 Nissan X-Trail Rumors

2021 Nissan X-Trail Rumors

Lovers of the classic SUV all around the world are supremely excited by the that a 2021 Nissan X-Trail could be coming up soon. It would be great news for those who enjoy driving company cars. That’s because this SUV is usually quite smooth to drive and maintain. From the renderings already released by the company, this new X-Trail could essentially be a larger version of the Qashqai crossover. This assumption is made because the old Qashqai 7 seat SUV was recently discontinued. Soon afterward, news of a new 7 seater X-Trail began to surface. In this way, the latter was considered a replacement of the older Qashqai. To complement this new SUV is another 5 seater version. According to Nissan’s statistics, a total of 70% of its customers are more likely to purchase the 5 seater version. Here is more on what we know about this SUV.

Engine and Specs

The new 2021 X-Trail is very likely going to be developed as a 2 or 4 Wheel Drive SUV. There is a very high chance that it will be powered by a 1.6-liter diesel engine upon its launch. This powerplant is also most likely going to produce a total of 130 horsepower. The engine will deliver power to the wheels through an XTronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) system.

According to the estimates that we’ve analyzed, this engine emits only 129g/km CO2 when running on manual. When it is running on the CVT automatic transmission, its emissions go up to 135 g/km. From what we know, the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) version produces 139 g/km which is 18% lower than the previous version of the X-Trail.

2021 Nissan X-Trail

We are confident that the base trim of this X-Trail is christened Visia. It retails for £22,995 and comes with 17-inch wheels made of alloy metal. Some other features which are likely to come as standard in the new X-Trail include a tire pressure monitoring mechanism, LED daytime running lights and a 5-inch Thin Film Technology (TFT) display.

We are also quite confident that it will be available with some connectivity options such as Bluetooth, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. Some other convenient facilities which are contained in this SUV as standard include a full-size wheel, air conditioning, and hill start assistance.

2021 Nissan X-Trail
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Exterior redesign

Judging from the rumors and pictures which are available online, an outstanding feature of the new X-Trail is that it has more style and contours than its predecessor. Its overall appearance is sleek. The front fascia is more angled and the A-pillar is rakish in design. This grants the car a speedster appearance. The upright structure of the previous version of the X-Trail was done away. Thus, the new one fits with modern trends. As such, it can fit in sporty and formal environments quite comfortably.

We predict that the 2021 Nissan is going to have a healthy dose of LED technology all around. This means that the headlights, fog lights, indicators, and daytime running lights are all going to implement LED technology.

Interior Redesign

We are quite confident that this car was designed as a 7 seat SUV. Therefore, the 5 seater has more space than other models in the same segment. The extra seats have a combined cost of £700. If you choose the 5 seater, this delivers a total of 550 liters of extra cargo space.

This also provides the occupants of the rear seats with more leg space. According to the pictures that we’ve assessed, this new SUV is likely to have enough room to hold 3 adults comfortably. We estimate that the second row of passengers can enjoy up to 660mm of extra legroom.

2021 Nissan X-Trail
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The ride quality

From the rumors going around online, the Nissan X-Trail has a very comfortable ride quality. This means that it provides a smooth experience even on longer journeys. 4 Wheel Drive (4WD) version delivers the smoothest ride of them all.

Read about: 2021 Nissan Xterra Changes That Make it a Future SUV

Price, Release Date and Availability

The new 2021 Nissan X-Trail is most likely going to be available in 2020. The average price for this SUV is expected to hover around £25,000. With the addition of Premium extras such as emergency braking systems, Ultrasuede interior, lane departure guidance, and high beam management, the price is bound to rise.

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