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New Nissan X-Trail 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Minor update for Mazda CX-5 rival arrives

The X-Trail has been treated to a small update for MY20.

Nissan Australia has released a minor MY20 update for its X-Trail mid-size SUV, with some variants ushering in additional standard equipment in exchange for price rises.

Excluding the sole N-Sport version, all X-Trail variants are $150 more expensive, with the range now kicking off from $30,040 plus on-road costs and topping out at $48,490 (see full pricing table below).

To compensate buyers for their extra spend, the mid-range ST-L and flagship Ti and TL versions have gained rear parking sensors, although the entry-level ST and TS variants continue to miss out on the safety feature. No other changes have been made.

As before, the Mazda CX-5 rival is available the choice of five or seven seats, and front- or all-wheel drive, depending on the grade.

Three four-cylinder engines are on offer: a 106kW/200Nm 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol, a 126kW/226Nm 2.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol, and a 130kW/380Nm 2.0-litre turbo-diesel.

The former is mated to a six-speed manual, while the latter two are matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

2020 Nissan X-Trail pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
ST five-seat 2.0-litre petrol FWDmanual$30,040 (+$150)
ST five-seat 2.5-litre petrol FWDautomatic$32,040 (+$150)
ST seven-seat 2.5-litre petrol FWDautomatic$33,640 (+$150)
ST five-seat 2.5-litre petrol AWDautomatic$34,040 (+$150)
TS five-seat 2.0-litre diesel AWDautomatic$36,840 (+$150)
ST-L five-seat 2.5-litre petrol FWDautomatic$37,850 (+$150)
N-Sport five-seat 2.5-litre petrol FWDautomatic$38,700 (N/A)
ST-L seven-seat 2.5-litre petrol FWDautomatic$39,450 (+$150)
ST-L five-seat 2.5-litre petrol AWDautomatic$39,850 (+$150)
Ti five-seat 2.5-litre petrol AWDautomatic$45,490 (+$150)
TL five-seat 2.0-litre diesel AWDautomatic$48,490 (+$150)