The Nissan X-Trail is back with a new look but aesthetics isn’t the only focus on the facelift model with a new Hybrid model available along with a bump in safety features.

The most prominent addition to the X-Trail range is the host of Nissan Intelligent Mobility features such as Intelligent Engine Brake, Trace Control, Ride Control and Moving Object Detection. It now also comes with an Around View Monitor.

With the previous model only offering dual airbags, the base model now offers four while the rest of the X-Trail range comes with six airbags.

Excluding the base model X-Trail, features like Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Cruise Control, Autonomous Emergency Braking and High Beam Assist are offered.

As for the rest, I’ll leave you to find out in the video as Adrian offers his first impression and feedback on the newcomer for the SUV market. If you’re thinking of getting the hybrid variant, here’s how much it costs to replace the lithium-ion battery pack if it ever fails on you outside of the 5-Years Unlimited Mileage warranty period.

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