NISSAN HAS ADDED new standard equipment to its X-Trail SUV range ahead of the 2010 model year.
The range topping Ti petrol and TL turbo diesel models get a seven-inch colour touchscreen display in the centre stack, featuring satellite navigation and reverse camera.
Bluetooth and iPod connectivity are standard, along with an incorporated CD/DVD player and steering-mounted controls. Exernally, the Ti and TL models gain new 18-inch alloy wheels and privacy glass.
The X-Trail's new standard features sees pricing rise by $2000, with the Ti priced from $42,490 and the TL from $42,990 plus dealer delivery and statutory charges.
Previously standard features, including leather trim, electrically adjustable and heated front seats, climate control air conditioning and a panoramic sunroof, remain.
The petrol powered midrange X-Trail STL picks up heated, electrically adjustable front seats and full leather seat trim. Steering wheel audio controls, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity and privacy glass figure among the STL's updated features.
STL pricing rises by $1000 for 2010, the six-speed manual priced from $37,720 and the CVT auto from from $40,240.
The X-Trail TS turbo diesel gains Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, steering-mounted controls and privacy glass. Pricing remains unchanged, starting at $37,740.
Base model X-Trail ST gets iPod connectivity, with pricing unchanged at $32,990.
Engine specifications remain unchanged, with a choice of 125kW petrol engine teamed to either a six-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission.
The 2.0 litre turbo diesel engine produces 127kW when paired with the six-speed manual transmission, and 110kW with the six-speed automatic.
All X-Trail models are fitted with dual front, side and curtain airbags and electronic stability control.
Nissan's intelligent, all-mode 4X4i four-wheel-drive system, featuring hill start assist and hill descent control, figures among the active safety features.