Nissan X-TRAIL Platinum Edition
Nissan unveil cut-price special edition of X-TRAIL 4x4.
Nissan has announced details of a new range-topping version of the four-wheel drive X-TRAIL, called the Platinum Edition.
Limited to a production run of just 200 cars, the Platinum Edition features many additional features not found on any other models in the range.
The Nissan X-TRAIL Platinum features front and rear protection plates located below the bumpers and chrome steps and door protectors along the sides.
The cabin features full leather upholstery along with electric heated front seats. The touch screen communication unit also supports a sat-nav system, iPod connectivity and Bluetooth. The rear view mirror also contains a small screen that is connected to a useful reversing camera.
The X-TRAIL is only available with one engine, a 2.0dCi diesel engine with either manual or automatic transmissions. The manual model produces 173bhp and returns 44.1mpg.
Available now, prices start at £29,180 for the manual and £30,560 for the automatic - less than the price of the X-TRAIL Tekna model on which it is based.
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