Nissan unveiled the 2021 Nissan X-Terra, famous as Terra in the Asian market, based on the latest 2021 Navara pickup truck unlike North America’s XTerra (without a hyphen) based on the F-Alpha platform, discontinued after the 2015MY. Teased just a few days ago, the new 2021 Nissan X-Terra did a debut after five-year hiatus. X-Terra gets a revised inside and out that sets it apart from the existing Terra SUV sold in the other markets. The facelifted three-row SUV will, however, be limited to the Middle East market.
The 2021 facelifted X-Terra flaunts redesigned LED headlamps, tail lamps, an upgraded grille featuring the brand’s new aggressive V-motion design, and C-shaped LED daytime running lights. The sculpted bumper and other subtle styling updates give a bold look to this model. Seven exterior color schemes while the interior featuring premium black and light grey materials will be available to the buyer.
The new soft-touch instrument panel design features an Android Auto/Apple CarPlay compatible nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system along with Nissan Connect. A three-spoke flat-bottom multi-functional steering wheel is new while the Zero Gravity seats in the front and 60/40 split-folding second-row seats provide top-class comfort. The latest feature includes revised climate controls (for second-and third-row occupants) and a passenger’s car-like steering wheel. The acoustic glass on both the windshield and side windows prevents the nuisance.
Nissan has improved the convenience, and safety of the new X-Terra with a new addition in the package, namely Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Intelligent Forward Collision Warning.
The Japanese manufacturer has powered the X-Terra with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine rated at 165 horsepower and 241 Nm (178 pound-feet) of peak torque. Those who love to travel off-road will be glad about the feature of the SUV- four-wheel lock, a limited-slip differential, and an electronic locking rear differential.