Nissan X-Terra 2021: New 7-Seater Big SUV

Although in America the Nissan X-Terra had not disappeared from the catalog of the Japanese firm (and can be found in several markets such as Xterra), in the Middle East the model ceased its offer with the MY2015 and did not return, until now, when The manufacturer is once again showing signs of returning the model as a three-row SUV built on the Navara’s F-Alpha platform.

Nissan recently expressed its intentions to bring the X-Terra back to life in this territory with a very important facelift, which changes the front and makes it more similar to that of the Nissan Patrol, with a V-shaped grille and headlights. LED with modern C-shaped DRL lights that hug the whole and give it a much more attractive look.

Nissan X-Terra 2021

The interior will also benefit from a completely redesigned instrument panel finished in soft-touch materials, accompanied by a 9-inch infotainment screen from which you can control the audio system and some other comfort functions for all van passengers who are accompanied by USB-C and USB-A input ports distributed throughout the cabin.

Nissan X-Terra 2021 Engine

In safety we can also find substantial improvements, incorporating the Platinum grade systems of the Japanese firm, which include lane departure warning, blind-spot warning, intelligent frontal collision warning with automatic emergency braking, rear cross-traffic alert, intelligent alert for the driver, among many other utilities.

Nissan X-Terra 2021
Nissan X-Terra 2021

On the mechanical side, there is talk of a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 165 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque direct to all four wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission, accompanied by lockout for all four wheels. , with a limited-slip differential for the front axle and one with an electronic lock for the rear axle.

Nissan announced that the new X-Terra 2021 will be available for all Middle Eastern countries where they have a presence from next December 2020 and that they will also gradually reach other regions, although for now they do not have estimated dates for this.

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