The launch of the updated Nissan X-Trail range, boasting a technology suite that combines connectivity and entertainment will reinforce the vehicle’s smart mobility offering delight to South African drivers with sophisticated Connect Infotainment.
The X-Trail’s Nissan Connect infotainment features integration, staying in touch using a single dash-mounted system, lessened disturbances, and increase comfort.
Nissan South Africa Marketing Director Stefan Haasbroek said intuitiveness helps point where the driver needs to go and connects every kilometer of each trip.
“The Nissan X-Trail is one of the best-selling SUVs in the world, a key vehicle in the Nissan family and a favourite among South African customers.
We are making technology that strengthens and boosts our customers’ driving experience with satisfaction and benefit.
Nissan Connect will offer drivers an increasing digital in-vehicle experience and enhanced connectivity.
It delighted us that these upgrades are now accessible for the South African market, “said Haasbroek.
This allows the driver to connect the smartphone to the 7-inch audio touchscreen via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Nissan Connect allows the driver to access various applications, such as Google maps and online music streaming services, ensuring that they reach their destination in comfort.
In addition, Connect, The X-Trail boasts LED headlights, a Reverse camera, a push start button, keyless entry with a sensor-controlled power tailgate, Nissan Intelligent Mobility (NIM) attached to Acenta (Mid) & Tekna (High).
The X-Trail stays true to the Nissan Intelligent Mobility ethic with technology designed to make every ride as smooth as possible.
The NIM features available on the Tekna (top of the range) are smart features, including blind spot and lane intervention, cross-traffic alert, emergency braking, collision warning front, automatic headlights, around view monitor boasting moving object detection.
Around View Monitor supports the technology that helps drivers park by providing a better understanding of the vehicle’s surroundings, providing the driver with a 360 ° view.
The Nissan X-Trail is available in South Africa from March 2021.