“The Nissan X-Trail N-Trek includes some fantastic Nissan genuine accessories that really make this vehicle standout from the pack,” said Nissan Australia managing director Stephen Lester.
“Buyers have long taken advantage of the special addition variants that Nissan has introduced, and given the popularity of Nissan X-Trail, we expect this variant to sell strongly.”
Limited to 500 units, the N-Trek is offered in both 2WD and 4WD forms, but only on 5-seat X-Trails with the 2.5-litre petrol engine and not the 2.0 petrol, 2.0 diesel or 7-seat variants.
Based on the mid-spec ST-L grade, the N-Trek package adds larger 19-inch alloys, a smoked bonnet protector and slimline weather shields on the front and rear doors. Inside, front and rear door sill kick plates are also added, along with second-row carpet mats, but the Bose 8-speaker sound system is the main upgrade.
Other features, not exclusive to the N-Trek, include a 7-inch central touch screen, Bluetooth, DAB+ digital radio and sat nav with traffic monitoring. Comfort and luxury touches include cruise control, dual zone climate control, heated front seats and leather accents on both the seats and steering wheel.
Nissan Intelligent Mobility tech on the X-Trail N-Trek include a 360 degree Intelligent Around-View Monitor with Moving Object Detection, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Emergency Braking and Forward Collision Warning, plus a rear-view camera with predictive path technology.
The 2.5-litre petrol engine in the X-Trail N-Trek produces 126kW and 226Nm, and is matched to the Xtronic CVT transmission.
Available now, the Nissan X-Trail N-Trek is priced from $38,700 for the 2.5 CVT 2WD and $40,700 for the 2.5 CVT 4WD (excl. ORCs). Concurrent with the release of the N-Trek, all other X-Trail variants have increased in price by between $300 and $400.
See your Nissan dealer for further details.