Nissan X-Trail Gets More for Free
So the entry level X-Trail ST petrol got an iPod jack, while the entry-level diesel X-Trail TS gained the iPod jack, Bluetooth connectivity with steering wheel controls and rear privacy glass as standard.
The X-Trail ST-L petrol is $1,000 more expensive than the previous model, but comes with full leather trim, powered and heated front seats, steering wheel audio controls, privacy glass, Bluetooth connectivity with steering wheel controls and an iPod jack.
Though the prices for the Ti petrol and TL diesel models have increased by $2,000, they gained satellite-navigation, a reversing camera with seven-inch LCD touch screen color display and iPod-USB and Bluetooth connectivity. The Ti model also gets DVD compatibility, a feature which was already available on the TL.
The top of the range model, the TL, gets extra privacy glass and new 18-inch alloy wheels.
“The improved specification package will make the Nissan X-Trail the first choice for those who want a well specified, comfortable and sporty compact SUV which has shown its pedigree over the years and continues to improve,” said Nissan Australia CEO Dan Thompson.
“The ST-L model in particular gives us a lead over our rivals with its now standard leather seat trim and heated, electrically adjustable front seats.”