Nissan presented the hybrid X-Trail | National Class


Nissan continues the electrification of its models with the premiere of the new X-Trail, which is equipped with e-Power hybrid drive, including a version with two electric units and e-4ORCE all-wheel drive. The car has a modern look, improved technology in the cabin and a more efficient drive.

Nissan’s largest SUV in Europe uses the latest CMF-C platform from the Renault-Nissan alliance, which has brought major improvements to the seven-passenger model. Engineers have packed a compact 2.1kWh battery into the structure, which is charged by the operation of the 1.5-liter turbo gasoline engine with variable compression, which further improves efficiency.

The same technology is incorporated in the new Qashqai e-Power. Here, the gasoline engine never drives the wheels directly, but serves as a component that extends autonomy. The battery powers the electric motor on the front axle, which delivers 203PS and 330Nm.

The declared acceleration from 0-100km/h is 8 seconds, but the more important information is the fuel consumption of 5.8l/100km and CO2 emissions of 132g/km. X-Trail has e-Pedal Step technology for recuperating braking energy. Electric range data has not been released.

The novelty is the e-4ORCE drive with two electric units, with the second one on the rear axle. The total power of this system is not 210 HP. In the specification with five seats, the car accelerates to 100 km/h in 7 seconds, and consumes 6.3 liters of fuel per 100 km.

The offer will also include a mild hybrid drive based on a 1.5-liter gasoline turbo engine that delivers 162 HP and 300 Nm in combination with a CVT automatic transmission. This variant accelerates to 100 km/h in 9.6 seconds and consumes 7.1 l of fuel per 100 km.

The steering system has been adjusted for a sharper response to commands and the feeling in the steering wheel has been enhanced, and the unique calibration for this SUV has a MacPherson suspension on the front axle and a multilink on the rear.

The standard configuration has five seats, and the optional seven. Nissan states that people up to 160 cm tall can sit in the third row of seats, and the doors open at an angle of 85 degrees for easier access to the rear seats. Passengers in the second row of seats have USB A and C ports available. The X-Trail also received the advanced ProPilot Assist technology, which premiered in the Qashqai.

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