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Big digital displays and more tech herald the local reveal of the next-generation, mid-sized SUV, Nissan X-Trail.
Nissan has detailed the specification of the four-tier Australian range of its fourth-generation X-Trail, due later in 2022.
The look and performance is an evolution of the existing model, with the mid-sized SUV now riding on a new chassis, which it shares with the Mitsubishi Outlander that went on sale last year.
The adage, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” applies here: Nissan has sold more than 270,000 X-Trails in Australia since 2001. You don’t want to stray too far from that winning formula.
That said, Nissan will be competing against the hugely popular Toyota RAV4 and Mazda CX-5. The sales race over the next 12 months will be fascinating, given it will likely come down to vehicle availability rather than overall market acceptance.