The Nissan T-Trail range has become bigger with the arrival this week of the range-topping Diesel variant.

ON-SALE NOW, the range-topping Nissan X-Trail TL Diesel runs a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine making 130kW at 3750rpm and 380Nm of torque at 2000rpm – 35 per cent more power and almost 20 per cent more torque than this model’s 1.6-litre diesel predecessor. It is available in both TS and TL variants.

“There is still an appetite for diesel, and offering a diesel engine in not only important for us but for Nissan X-TRAIL buyers,” said Nissan Australia Managing Director Stephen Lester.

“The X-TRAIL range has sold well since the May update, and with the base model TS diesel available since June, we are excited to have the full diesel range now on sale.

“With a strong grade walk, whether it be petrol or diesel, the X-TRAIL range offers something for everyone.”

Standard across the range, the X-TRAIL is fitted with Intelligent Emergency Braking, with the range topping Ti petrol and TL diesel adding pedestrian detection.

The TS features front, front-side and side curtain SRS airbags, and comes with Vehicle Dynamic Control with Traction Control, Forward Collision Warning and two ISOFIX anchor points in the second row. The TL also includes Blind Spot Warning (BSW) and Lane Departure Warning (LDW).

Inside, the TL gets a rear-view camera with dynamic lines, an Intelligent Around-View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Sat Nav and Cruise Control – as well as black or tan leather-accented trim.


Nissan X-TRAIL Pricing

Petrol 2WD


X-TRAIL ST 2WD Petrol 6MT $28,490+ORC

X-TRAIL ST 2WD Petrol Auto $30,990+ORC

X-TRAIL ST-L 2WD Petrol Auto $37,090+ORC

Petrol 2WD – Seven Seats

X-TRAIL ST 2WD Petrol Auto $32,490+ORC

X-TRAIL ST-L 2WD Petrol Auto $38,590+ORC

Petrol 4WD

X-TRAIL ST 4WD Petrol Auto $32,990+ORC

X-TRAIL ST-L 4WD Petrol Auto $39,090+ORC

X-TRAIL TI 4WD Petrol Auto $44,790+ORC

Turbo-Diesel 4WD

X-TRAIL TS 4WD Auto $35,990+ORC

X-TRAIL TL 4WD Auto $47,790+ORC


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