The Nissan X-Trail Platinum edition gets an enhanced, range-topping specification
23 December 2011

A special-edition version on the Nissan X-Trail 4x4 featuring an enhanced, range-topping specification has been unveiled. The Nissan X-Trail Platinum edition gets extra kit that doesn’t feature on the rest of the range.

The front and rear of the X-Trail has additional protection plates located below the bumpers and chrome side steps and chrome door protection mouldings have been fitted to the sides.

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On the inside the Platinum features leather upholstery and electrically adjustable, heated front seats. A new touch screen communication unit features satellite navigation, iPod connectivity and Bluetooth. There’s also a reversing camera, with the image screened into the rear-view mirror.

Powering the Platinum is the X-Trail’s 2.0dCi diesel engine with a choice of either manual or automatic transmissions. The manual produces 170bhp and returns a claimed average of 44.1mpg.

The Nissan X-Trail Platinum edition will be limited to 200 examples. It is available to order now, priced from £29,180 for the manual transmission version and £30,560 for the automatic.

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