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Warrior-lite? 2024 Nissan X-Trail N-Trek added to medium SUV line-up as 'outdoors-inspired' variant to take on Toyota RAV4 and Mitsubishi Outlander

Based on the ST-L grade, the N-Trek scores upgraded tech plus ‘rugged’ exterior additions.

Nissan has added a new varianty to its range, with “adventure” focused additions and an upgraded set of multimedia displays.

Based on the ST-L grade, the 2024 Nissan X-Trail N-Trek revives the badge name previously used on an accessorised version of the Navara and is available in five- or seven-seat versions, starting from $47,290 and $50,390 before on-roads respectively.

Visually, the N-Trek is set apart from other variants by a dark finish front grille, the ‘V’ on which is chrome on other variants, while a set of unique 18-inch alloys and two-tone paint options with a black roof for some colours.

Along with other darker trim and a set of LED fog lights, the N-Trek also gains new goodies inside, including a 12.3-inch multimedia touchscreen borrowed from higher-spec variants, a same-sized TFT driver display and a 10.8-inch head-up display.

For the seats and upholstery, a “new synthetic leather design with water resistant qualities” is used, Nissan says, which aims to protect the interior after all the outdoors-y activities it expects N-Trek buyers will be partaking in.

Visually, the N-Trek is set apart from other variants by a dark finish front grille, the ‘V’ on which is chrome on other variants.

Region Vice President for Product Strategy and Pricing, Arnaud Charpentier put it quite simply when explaining the reason for the N-Trek being added to the X-Trail line-up.

“We started the development of the X-Trail N-Trek with the simple motto: Let’s Get Dirty.”

“We started the development of the X-Trail N-Trek with the simple motto: Let’s Get Dirty.”

The five-seat version of the N-Trek is front-wheel drive, while the seven-seat version is 4WD, both using the brand’s 2.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine making 135kW and 245Nm.

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