THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014
Cebu City, Philippines (October 16, 2014) — After its successful national launch in the 5th Philippine International Motorshow (PIMS), the All New Nissan X-Trail is making its remarkable debut in the Visayas and Mindanao region. Style and muscle met in the form of the All New Nissan X-Trail, this testosterone-driven machine has been well received during its regional launch in the Queen City of the South ahead of its much anticipated release this month.
With the rapid growth and increasing demand for vehicles in the Visayas and Mindanao region, Nissan sees great potential in boosting its share in the market. Fortifying its presence in central and southern Philippines, Nissan proves that it is one of the key players in the growing local automotive industry.
‘Built on testosterone’
First introduced in 2003, the X-Trail has long been the choice of many Filipinos because of its versatility, unique design, and capability. Built and assembled in Nissan’s Kyushu plant in Japan, the All New X-Trail has a commanding presence that very few in its segment can match. It mixes bold lines with a muscular body to create a look that can only be matched by its stunning on- and off-road performance.
With bold lines and powerful curves, the All New X-Trail adopts the V-motion front grille design to boost the brand’s visual presence and exudes a more modern, crossover look with an undeniably imposing muscular stance. It also has a sleek, new boomerang-shaped head and tail lamps that stylishly bookends the best-looking X-Trail to date. Not to mention the LED daytime running lights making it possible to guarantee safety while still looking sharp.
The third generation X-Trail is not just better; it literally is a lot bigger, boasting a seating capacity of seven. The cabin offers a variety of configurations - 40:20:40 on the second row with slide function and 50:50 on the third row – making it an ultra-flexible vehicle, ready for any situation that may arise-- from cruising around the city driving to challenging the great outdoors. And with doors swinging as wide as 80 degrees, getting in and out won’t be a problem.
Larger than the previous model and certainly among the biggest in its class, the All New X-Trail possesses an imposing stance and translates all of that size into plenty of interior space allowing it to be always ready for your next adventure, every single time.
Its on-road performance is undoubtedly a beast to behold with a 210 mm ground clearance, the All New X-Trail gives you that extra confidence needed for your next off-road adventure or to simply conquer the next enhanced monsoon rain.
Built with the customer in mind, the All New X-Trail comes standard with a Push Button Ignition paired with Nissan’s intelligent Key System and an ECO Mode Switch that helps the driver achieve better fuel consumption. The vehicle also has an Eco Evaluation system, which displays a Pedal Guide monitoring your drive’s fuel efficiency.
The All New X-Trail comes with a completely new look without abandoning key elements of its design that speak of its power to conquer challenges presented by the terrain and the ability to cater to your active lifestyle.
“The long wait is over. The All New X-Trail is a model highly anticipated by Filipino fans and we are proud that the Philippines is one of the first markets to launch in Southeast Asia. The new X-Trail is both a beauty to behold and an efficient vehicle ready for the road, making it the embodiment of Nissan’s innovation,” said Antonio Zara, President and Managing Director of NPI.
Innovation that Excites
More capable than ever before, the testosterone-driven All New X-Trail comes cloaked in sophisticated lines that accentuate its size, letting it exude a do-it-all aura that is complemented by these new innovative features:
So what’s new?
The all-new X-Trail comes in Pearl White, Diamond Black, Brilliant Silver, Fiery Red and an exclusive color for the 4x4 variant--Copper Blaze. It comes in two trims; the top of the line is a 4WD powered by a 2.5L engine producing 171 PS and 233 Nm of torque and boasts of a state of the art infotainment system with a 5-inch LCD display. The 2WD variant has a 2.0L engine that puts out 144 PS and 200 Nm of torque. Both models are mated to Nissan’s XTRONIC Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with the option of manual mode.
The third generation X-Trail will be available in Nissan showrooms this month, with the suggested retail price as follows: Php 1,375,000 for the 2.0-liter 4x2 variant and Php 1,580,000 for the 2.5-liter 4x4 variant.
Nissan is accepting reservations for the all-new X-Trail at a special introductory price of Php 1,550,000 (4x4) and Php 1,350,000 (4x2) until October 31, 2014 only.
Visit your nearest Nissan Dealership today.
About Nissan Philippines, Inc.
Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) is the sole national sales company of Nissan in the Philippines which formed early in 2014. NPI is responsible for strengthening brand, marketing and sales strategy, and dealer operations in the Filipino market.
Nissan ranked the highest in customer satisfaction with after-sales service among new vehicle owners according to the J.D. Power Asia Pacific 2014 Philippines Customer Service Index (CSI) Study.
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