“It will delight drivers with a sophisticated Nissan Connect Infotainment system, an in-vehicle technology suite combining connectivity and entertainment to enhance the Nissan Intelligent Mobility offering,” said Nissan.
The Nissan Connect system allows you to connect your smartphone to the seven-inch display audio touchscreen 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.
The Acenta (mid) and Tekna (high) now also boast LED headlights, reverse camera, push start button, keyless entry with sensor and a controlled power tailgate.
Other NIM features available in the Tekna (high) grade includes Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Intelligent Cross Traffic Alert (when backing out of a parking space, this feature can detect and warn the driver of vehicles that are approaching behind the X-Trail), intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Auto Headlights and Intelligent Around View Monitor with moving object detection.
Pricing on the updated range starts at R462 000. Pricing includes a three-year/90 000km service plan and six-year/150 000km warranty.