With the Japanese manufacturer building only 200 examples, the Nissan X-Trail Platinum will be a particularly exclusive version of the off road vehicle.
The Nissan X-Trail Platinums improvement comes with a series of subtle upgrades, including chrome side steps and additional underbody guards at the front and back. On top of this, the vehicles interior is luxurious with leather furniture, sat nav, a reversing camera and electrically adjustable heated front seats.
The X-trail Platinums power comes from a 171bhp 2.0 litre dCi diesel engine, giving an average fuel economy of 44.1mpg. The vehicle will be available with either a six speed manual or automatic gearbox.
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