The current situation indicates that the 2019 Nissan X-trail will most likely continue without bigger changes. The popular compact crossover is closely related to Rogue and these two models bring to the company a lot of profits. This model has been around for years. The original X-trail was launched in 2000 and we have seen three generations of it so far. The current generation is present on the market for about five years. Considering the fact that we saw a redesign last year, we are pretty sure that Nissan won’t be offering any more important novelty for the next year. The 2019 X-trail should carry on in the same way, featuring familiar design characteristics, the same list of engines in the offer. Still, minor cosmetical changes in terms of new colors are possible. Expect to see the new model by the end of the year.
What’s new for the 2019 Nissan X-trail?
Though we are still waiting for the official confirmation, there is no doubt that 2019 Nissan X-trail won’t feature any important change. The overall design is about to remain the same and the biggest exterior novelties should be new color options. On the inside, there is a chance to see the company’s new ProPilot semi-autonomous driving system in the offer. However, this still waits for the official confirmation.
2019 Nissan X-trail Design
As we’ve already mentioned, the 2019 Nissan X-trail specs will remain pretty much unchanged. The compact crossover will continue with familiar design, which has been updated a few years ago. For that occasion, it has received various visual updates, mostly at the front end and now follows the brand’s newest design language, the same that characterizes models like Murano, Rogue, Qashqai etc. On the other side, the mechanical aspect of the crossover has remained the same. The 2019 Nissan X-trail will ride on a familiar CMF platform, while the mechanics are identical to the initial model from five years ago. Still, expect some minimal changes, mostly in terms of new colors and similar things.
2019 Nissan X-trail Interior
When it comes to the 2019 Nissan X-trail interior, the overall layout is about to remain the same. The dashboard design and most tech features will carry over from the current model. On the other side, we should see a new ProPilot system as optional features. This advanced system consists of several sensors and its purpose is to keep the vehicle in the line and to take charge of acceleration and braking, in order to keep the vehicle on a safe distance from other cars in traffic. Rest of the cabin design should continue in the same way, though some new interior schemes are also possible.
2019 Nissan X-trail Engines
Under the hood, things will definitely remain the same. This crossover is available all around the world, so it’s no wonder that there are several engines in the offer. Base models usually come with a familiar 2.5-liter gasoline engine, which is good for about 170 horsepower. Considering that this crossover is available in Europe, there are also two diesel engines in the offer. The smaller one features a displacement of 1.6 liters and 130 hp. On the other side, a bigger 2.0-liter unit delivers 177 horsepower. Exclusively for the European market, Nissan also offers a modern 1.6-liter gasoline engine, which is good for 163 horsepower. Depending on the engine choice, transmission is either CVT or manual/automatic.
2019 Nissan X-trail Release Date
The upcoming model won’t feature bigger changes, so 2019 Nissan X-trail release date should be scheduled for the end of 2018.
How much does Nissan X-trail cost?
This crossover is available in various parts of the world, so the price could vary from market to market. In most cases, base models go around 25/30.000 dollars.