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Nissan X-Trail gets new petrol and diesel engines

Nissan has revised the powertrains in the X-Trail and now offers the SUV with a 1.3-litre petrol and 1.7-litre diesel.

The new engines provide reduced CO2 emissions and improved fuel economy across the range.

The new 1.7-litre dCi diesel engine develops 150PS and emits from 137g/km of CO2. It is available with two- or four-wheel-drive and a six-speed manual gearbox.

The 1.3-litre DiG-T petrol engine offers 160PS and has CO2 emissions from 145g/km. It comes with front-wheel-drive and an automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).

The DCT has been designed to provide an immediate gear shift with no power interruptions.

All new X-Trail powertrains meet the latest Euro6d-Temp emissions standard.

The Nissan X-Trail is can be ordered with five or seven seat layouts and provides a towing capability of up to 2,000kg.

 

NEDC-BT CO2emissions (g/km)

WLTP
fuel economy (mpg)

1.7-litre

4-cyl 6MT

2WD

137-143

41.5-43.5

1.7-litre

4-cyl 6MT

4WD

151-154

39.8-42.2

1.3-litre

4-cyl DCT 2WD

145-154

33.2-34.9



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