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Nissan updates more than just the technology on popular X-Trail

We live in a connected world. Everything connects to everything else and while some if it can be scary, much of it is aimed at making like just that much more convenient. Massive leaps in technological connectivity has been made within the automotive sector. Nowadays cars can be controlled via an app on your smartphone. Even some utility vehicles like the new Ford Ranger offers smartphone integration. Nissan has joined the party with an updated infotainment system offered in its popular X-Trail.

Designed to reduce distractions and enhance convenience, the Nissan Connect infotainment system featured in the X-Trail integrates ways to stay in touch within a single dash-mounted system. This intuitive system helps every drive go smoother by pointing you exactly where you need to go while keeping you connected for each kilometer of the journey.

“The Nissan X-Trail is one of the world’s bestselling SUV’s, a key vehicle in the Nissan family and a favourite among South African customers. We are constantly creating technology that amps up adventure and elevates the driving experience of our customers with ease and convenience. The Nissan Connect is a system that will provide drivers with an enhanced in-vehicle digital experience and enhanced connectivity. We are excited that these upgrades are now available to the South African market,” said Stefan Haasbroek, Nissan South Africa Marketing Director.

The system allows you to connect your smartphone to the 7’Inch display audio touch screen through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. While you take to the wheel, the new Nissan connect system allows you to access various applications such as Google maps and online music streaming services ensuring you reach your destination comfortably.

It’s not just the infotainment that got a refresh. Additional to the Nissan Connect system the X-Trail is now available with key enhancements added to the Acenta (Mid) & Tekna (High) grade:

  • -LED headlights
  • -Reverse camera
  • -Push start button
  • -Keyless entry with a sensor-controlled power tailgate

The Nissan X-Trail is available in South Africa from March 2021.

Recommended Retail Pricing:

  • X-TRAIL 2.0 VISIA 7S                   R462 000
  • X-TRAIL 2.5 Acenta CVT 4WD        R508 900
  • X-TRAIL 2.5 Acenta CVT 4WD 7s    R513 900
  • X-TRAIL 1.6 dci Tekna 4WD           R585 900
  • X-TRAIL 2.5 Tekna CVT 4WD 7s     R599 900

Recommended Retail Price includes 3yr/90,000 km Service Plan and 6yr/150,000km warranty.

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