2017 Nissan Xtrail Hybrid 2017

Price: $390,000

Features Overview Video
  • 4WD/AWD
  • ABS (4-wheel)
  • Aero Body Kit
  • Alloy Wheels
  • AM/FM/CD Stereo
  • Audio Steering Controls
  • backup Camera
  • Climate Control Air Condition
  • Dual Air Bags
  • DVD Video System
  • fog lights
  • Full Leather Interior
  • Head Curtain Air Bags
  • HID Lighting system
  • Keyless Entry
  • Keyless Start
  • Navigation System
  • Performance Package
  • Power Door Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
  • Push To Start
  • Rear Spoiler
  • rear window wiper
  • TV

    The X-Trail Hybrid’s internal combustion engine is the same 2.0 litre unit found in our 2.0 2WD variant, but the MR20DD has been optimised for the hybrid system – changes include a low-friction oil seal and the deletion of the auxiliary belt. Output is slightly higher compared to our 144 PS/200 Nm MR20DD, at 147 PS at 6,000 rpm and 207 Nm at 4,400 rpm.

    Partnering the ICE is an RM31 electric motor (that’s its name, not the price!) with 41 PS and 160 Nm of twist, powered by a lithium-ion battery pack with quick charge/discharge function.

    Nissan’s Intelligent Dual Clutch Control is a one-motor, two-clutch parallel hybrid system. Not to be confused with a twin-clutch gearbox (like the non-hybrid X-Trail, this car is CVT-only), “dual clutch” refers to the clutch between the engine and the electric motor, and the clutch between the electric motor and the Xtronic CVT.

    Engine and motor energy can be channeled mechanically to the transmission without a torque converter. The setup also allows electric-only driving and energy regeneration because the electric motor can power the wheels through the gearbox while leaving the engine disconnected. Coasting without the ICE is possible when your foot is off the gas pedal, at speeds below 120 km/h. There’s no button to force it into EV mode, like in the Toyota Prius.

    Nissan says that the lithium-ion battery’s ability to quickly charge and discharge allows for high-speed, precise control of the electric motor and optimum clutch control, which leads to smooth starts and quick shifts. See the video below for a better understanding of how Nissan’s one-motor, two-clutch hybrid system works.

    Coupled with a smoothened underbody and low-rolling resistance tyres, the X-Trail Hybrid is capable of a best in class 20.6 km/l in the Japanese JC08 cycle, as well as 75% lower NOx (nitrogen oxide) and NMHC (non-methane hydrocarbon) emissions over 2005 standards and SU-LEV certification.

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