Facelifted Nissan X-Trail Boasts Of Autonomous Tech And Subtle New Look

Jun 05, 2017 03:32 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The Rogue's counterpart in Europe is getting a more handsome facelift. This is such a welcome news for experts and enthusiasts alike. The facelifted Nissan X-Trail has some good updates to keep up with the modern automotive styling and design.

The facelifted Nissan X-Trail is even more commanding and attractive because of its prominent radiator grille, larger logo and sharper headlights with LED daytime running lights. Its reshaped fog lamps even add to the already sporty and stylish appeal of the X-Trail.

All of these components are part of the brand's V-Motion face. It has also new features such as hands-free functionality for the electric tailgate. It can be operated by kicking a foot under the rear bumper. It has new 18-inch wheels and host of color choices to choose from. The colors are Orange Pearl, Red Pearl, Blue Pearl Metallic, and Dark Brown Pearl.

Even more interesting is that the facelifted Nissan X-Trail comes with autonomous tech, which means it can drive itself. The optional to 2018 is a technology called ProPILOT. It is responsible for steering control, acceleration and braking in a single lane on highways during heavy traffic conditions and high-speed cruising.

It does come with other safety and parking assist technology making it one of the safest SUVs in Europe. Particularly more special is its larger cargo space. It has been significantly increased to as much as 1,996-liters.

It also comes with Bose stereo which is known for being the best sound system in Europe. Those who are into serious music-listening while cruising in an awesome cool new ride may find the Nissan X-Trail particularly enticing.

Part of its subtle look are the updates on the back. There is a chrome strip in the rear bumper. It is not earth-shatteringly different, however, it does give the facelifted Nissan X-Trail the appeal that it deserves. The facelifted Nissan X-Trail is set to be on sale in Europe this August.

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