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Crossover Nissan X Trail Received A Powerful Engine 1.6 Dig T Turbo

Crossover Nissan X Trail Received A Powerful Engine 1.6 Dig T Turbo

Japanese car manufacturer Nissan announced the release of crossover Nissan X-Trail with a new modification, which includes a powerful gasoline engine 1.6 DIG-T Turbo, which was designed as a collaborative Alliance "Renault-Nissan". This model is intended for the European market.

Last year the car was available with a turbodiesel, which volume 1,6 l Now the car is rated at 163 horsepower. Crossover can accelerate to several hundred kilometers per hour and acceleration will take less than 10 seconds. The cost of such new items for UK customers – about 35 thousand dollars. It's cheaper from diesel model "X-Trail" for a few thousand dollars, although the new version is more powerful.

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