It's not available in the US, but Canadian and UK dealers are happy with their version of a crossover similar to Nissan Rogue. The X-Trail Platinum (like Rogue models available at Nissan Sunnyvale) will have a limited run of 200 units.
Exterior upgrades include chrome side steps and door protection moldings. Interior upgrades offer up leather, adjustable heated front seats, and new touch-screen unit featuring integrated satellite nav, iPod connectivity, and Bluetooth. There's a backup camera standard, with image display screen on its rear-view mirror.
One reviewer adds that, "Despite its upgraded specifications and extremely limited production run, the X-Trail Platinum is being positioned by Nissan as affordable."1
Shoppers will get to test out X-Trail Platinum's 2.0-liter dCi diesel engine in automatic or manual. It produces an impressive 44.1mpg average fuel consumption.