By Stewart Smith on 2016-04-22 - Stewart was the former motoring editor of the Coventry Telegraph and is now a freelance contributor to Eurekar. He is based in Scotland and specialises in First Drive reviews.
Nissan adds Style to
A NEW special edition of the X-Trail crossover is being introduced by Nissan.
The X-Trail Style Edition features many of the car's most desirable optional extras as standard kit.
Using the range-topping Tekna specification as the starting point the list of additional equipment includes alloy sports pedals, chrome door sills, chrome mirror caps, a chrome finisher on the lower boot and 19-inch ‘Black Ibiscus' alloy wheels.
The X-Trail Style edition also has extra protective trim on the boot lip and a boot floor mat.
The high level of specification included on Tekna trim means a wide range of Nissan's infotainment technology is already featured on the car whhich is fitted with the NissanConnect seven-inch touch-screen.
Also standard is a comprehensive list safety systems including the Nissan Safety Shield with its 360 degree Around View Monitor, emergency braking, lane departure warning and traffic signal recognition. An automatic parking system is also fitted.
The X-Trail Style model comes with leather upholstery on seats which are electrically adjustable and heated for the driver and front passenger.
The special edition is priced from £29,405 and is available with Nissan's 1.6-litre dCi 130 diesel or 1.6-litre DIG-T 163 petrol engine.
Both come with start/stop systems to minimise emissions and fuel use and there's a choice of two and four-wheel drive and manual and Xtronic auto transmissions.
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