The production of the Nissan X-Trail 2023 that will arrive in Mexico began

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The Nissan X-Trail is getting closer to arriving in Mexico, after the firm confirmed that production of the vehicle has started from Kyushu Japan.

The new generation of X-Trail, in this case, did not mean the premiere of a new platform, but it will have adjustments to your dynamics Y better technologies.

Another aspect that Nissan has improved is the perception of quality in materials and design, all with the aim of maintaining it as a successful SUV in the segment. The firm has marketed 265,000 units.

In Mexico, the engine naturally aspirated 2.5-liter with 181 hp and 180 pound-feet of torque. While the modifications are aimed at equipment, connectivity, safety and design. In other markets, a version with e-Power or a turbo engine will arrive.

Guaranteed driving assistance

nissan announced up to 12 technologies Nissan Intelligent Mobility for this model. However, they have not been specified, although if we let ourselves be carried away by the rest of the brand’s range in Mexico, it will surely have autonomous emergency braking, lane keeping, blind spot monitor, adaptive cruise control, among others.

What can we expect from the Nissan X-Trail 2023 for Mexico?

Unfortunately not yet confirmed equipment, version, prices, or the launch date in the country. However, what their recent releases reveal allow us to anticipate elements.

Inside, an updated infotainment system is expected, with a new interface, Apple Car Play Y Android Auto wireless, wireless charger, multi-zone auto A/C, power seat adjustment, leather upholstery, panoramic roof and more.

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In terms of speed, it is estimated that the best positioned versions have advanced driving assistance.

With the recent announcement of the start of production of the models destined for Mexico, the official launch should take place before the end of 2022 or early 2023.

Editorial New Electric Autos Source: motorpasion