The Nissan N-Sport series has been popular with buyers in the past, so we have listened to a market that wants more and offered N-Sport editions on a wider range of Nissan nameplates,” said Nissan Australia managing director, Stephen Lester.
“The Navara N-Sport was a strong seller, we think the N-Sport treatment on 370Z, Pathfinder and X-Trail will also be popular.”
On the X-Trail, the N-Sport package is available on both 2WD and 4WD versions of the mid-sized SUV and is based on the five-seat ST-L model grade.
Available in four colours - including Diamond Black, Gun Metallic, Brilliant Silver and Ivory Pearl - the exterior updates include larger 18-inch alloy wheels finished in black, gloss black mirror caps, dark metallic front and rear bumper finisher, black sills, a dark chrome front grille and black roof rails.
Limited to only 600 units, pricing for the X-Trail ST-L N-Sport begins at $39,250 (excl. ORCs) On the Pathfinder, the N-Sport package is only being offered on the seven-seat ST-L two-wheel drive automatic variant, but no production cap has been set, so it’s likely to remain in the Pathfinder lineup for some time.
Available on a colour palette that includes Diamond Black, Gun Metallic and Ivory Pearl, the Pathfinder N-Sport package adds black 20-inch alloys, black mirror caps and a black front grille, as well as black front and rear lower grille accents and roof rails.
The Pathfinder ST-L N-Sport is priced at $56,425 (excl. ORCs).
See your Nissan dealer for further details.