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How is the performance of Nissan X Trail?

The Japanese multinational automaker Nissan is a renowned manufacturer of both petrol and diesel engines. Nissan blessed this X-Trail SUV with with a 2.0-litre, DOHC (dual overhead cam shaft) based diesel engine, which also has four in-line cylinders that have been fitted with 16 valves as well. This performance packed engine can displace 1995cc and has the ability to generate 147.60bhp at 4000rpm in combination with a pounding maximum torque of 320Nm at 2000rpm, which is quite impressive. This engine is compliant with all the stringent norms of Bharat Stage – IV and gives out lesser emissions. The base (LE MT) and the mid level variant (SLX MT) of this massive SUV, Nissan X-Trail have been cleverly mated with a proficient six speed manual transmission gear box, which ensures smoother gear shifts. On the other hand, the automatic version (SLX AT) has been skilfully coupled with a efficient six speed automatic transmission gear box. The company claims that this influential dual overhead cam shaft based diesel engine has the ability to cross the 100 Kmph barrier from a standstill in just about 10.91 seconds, which is rather impressive. This compact SUV has the capacity to attain a top speed of 200 Kmph that is quite incredible and thrilling for the passengers.

Frequently Asked Questions on Nissan X-Trail

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    Tell me about Nissan X-Trail interiors?
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    What will be the safety features in Nissan X-Trail?
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    Will Nissan X-Trail come with automatic transmission?
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    Will Nissan X-Trail come in diesel?
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    Tell me engine specifications of Nissan X-Trail?
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    What will be the price of Nissan X-Trail?
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    When Nissan X-Trail is launching in India?
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    Is Nissan X-Trail coming to India?

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