Nissan’s new limited edition Platinum X-Trail (picture to follow) is inspired by the beauty and toughness of the sought-after precious metal.
And the Nissan Platinum lives up to its name, being a very exclusive upgrade to the popular X-Trail 4×4 range, sporting equipment and extras not seen on any of the other Nissan X-Trail’s.
With only 200 being produced for sale in the UK, it’s even rarer than platinum too.
Nissan’s Platinum touches
One of the most obvious additions to the X-Trail are the stylish and yet utterly practical new chrome side steps and door protection mouldings.
Finesse and durability are combined in the Nissan Platinum’s X-Trail’s new protection plates beneath the bumpers.
Inside, the luxury touches continue. The driver and occupants of the Nissan X-Trail will enjoy the leather upholstery, and front seats which are both heated and electrically adjustable.
Parking and reversing are made easier and safer thanks to the reversing camera, which transmits images to a small screen built into the rear view mirror.
The multimedia system is also upgraded compared to other models, featuring a touch screen sat-nav, and iPod/USB and Bluetooth connectivity.
The Nissan Platinum X-Trail is powered by a 2.0dCi diesel engine, and is available with either manual or automatic transmissions.
Plus the standard Nissan X-Trail specs
The exclusive club of Nissan Platinum X-Trail drivers will also get to experience the qualities that shine across the entire range.
These include a powertrain praised by reviewers for enabling the Nissan X-Trail to have much lower running costs than might be expected of a 4×4.
Plus it is packed with Nissan’s safety features, including Downhill Drive Support, Electronic Stability Control and Uphill Start Support, as well as driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags.
The Nissan X-Trail also boasts climate control and a very impressive luggage capacity, with a super-sized luggage system consisting of a double floor trunk with drawer.
Platinum quality not platinum prices
Astoundingly, all this is available at a lower price than the Nissan X-Trail Tekna on which the Platinum model is based.
The Nissan Platinum X-Trail is available to purchase from just £29,180 for the manual version and £30,560 for the automatic.
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