Nissan Launches 2021 X Terra in the Middle East
After much anticipation and to the joy of off-roaders around the region, Nissan has finally unveiled the all-new X-Terra 2021, solidifying the brand’s presence in the Middle East. Marking the brand’s return to the D-segment, the X-Terra proves the brand’s dedication to its customers and their needs.
Unveiled in an online reveal, the all-new X-Terra represents 70 years of SUV expertise and finds itself between the smaller X-Trail and the larger Pathfinder in the brand’s line-up. Attempting to fill the boots of its predecessor, the 2021 X-Trail promises to be the ideal partner for those looking for a comfortable everyday commuter and an exciting outdoor adventure.
Powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission, the all-new Nissan X-Terra shares its underpinnings with the rugged Navara pick-up and delivers a robust four-wheel-drive experience with features including four-wheel lock, brake limited-slip differential, and electronic locking rear differential.
A few technological goodies that can be found in the Platinum (full-option) model include Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Intelligent Driver Alertness, and Intelligent Emergency Braking – proving that an off-roader needn’t necessarily be utilitarian.
When it comes to the styling, the all-new X-Terra flaunts C-shaped LED signature headlamps that resemble those found on the Patrol quite closely and offers plenty of ground clearance as standard. The all-new Nissan X-Terra will be available in seven exterior colors, including bright brown and burgundy. The upscale exterior is matched with premium black and light grey interior colors that add to the richness of the vehicle. The all-new Nissan X-Terra 2021 will go on sale from 1st December 2020 at Nissan showrooms across the region.
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