Nissan introduced the X-Trail e-Power hybrid locally earlier this year to Australia as another rival to the Toyota RAV4 offering in the highly competitive mid-size SUV segment.
Unlike the supply constrained Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, there are examples of the X-Trail e-Power in dealer stock if you know where to look.
Brighton Nissan and Mentone Nissan in Victoria have a large number of the recently introduced X-Trail ST-L e-Power in stock, and is consequently offering a $1000 discount on drive-away pricing.
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The Nissan X-Trail ST-L e-Power has a list price of $49,990 before on-roads and forms as the most affordable electrified e-Power hybrid version in the range.
The e-Power hybrid features a 105kW/250Nm 1.5-litre turbocharged three-cylinder engine with variable compression technology.
It doesn’t directly drive the wheels, and is attached to a generator which can power the 150kW front and 100kW rear electric motors through an inverter and charges a 1.8kWh battery pack.
Nissan quotes a system output of 157kW, while torque is rated at 330Nm on the front axle and 195Nm at the rear. The company doesn’t quote a combined torque figure.
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