Nissan introduces Vision range for three Crossover SUV models

Nissan has introduced the Vision range to its existing Crossover SUV line-up, which comprises of the Juke, Qashqai and X-Trail. The N-Vision Special Versions are designed to promote Nissan’s smart, safety-shield technologies. These models are valid in the U.K.

The standard features for the Nissan Vision line is positioned between the N-Connecta and range-topping Tekna grades. The key features promoted across all three models are: Around View Monitor, NissanConnect, Full Color Rear View Cameras and Lane Departure Warning. Around View Monitor (AVN) is part of Nissan’s desire to remove the stress and difficulty from modern-day driving by giving drivers the confidence to manage manoeuvres more easily. Next up, the ProPilot is part of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, a strategy announced earlier this year as a guide to the brand’s product evolution.

In addition, the new Nissan Vision line adds even more customer choice and value to Nissan’s popular crossover line-up. The limited edition Nissan Juke N-Vision, for example, is based on the generously specified N-Connect grade with the addition of: Safety pack, Exterior+ pack, floor mats with white stitching, and Metallic/pearlescent paint.

Further comfort and convenience is afforded by the new NissanConnect 5.8-inch touch-screen navigation and entertainment system, along with an Internet Radio with 6 speakers, color reversing camera, electric folding and heated door mirrors, Intelligent Key with Start push button and automatic lights and wipers.

The Juke N-Vision is available in two distinctive color combinations. A Pearl black metallic exterior with London white interior personalization and white Exterior+ pack; or a Storm white pearlescent exterior with white interior personalization and black Exterior+ pack. Lastly, the Juke N-Vision gets two engine variations, either the DiG-T 115 petrol or the dCi 110 diesel.

Nissan Vision range X-Trail Nissan Vision range Qashqai

The Qashqai N-Vision builds on the N-Connect specification with the following enhancements: Panoramic Glass Roof with one-touch shade, Satin Silver Roof Rails, Sports Alcantara and Graphite Part Leather Trim, Heated Front Seats, Electric Driver Seat Adjustment and Dark Headlining/N-Vision, along with the Black Edition. The full range of body colors is available with one standard, seven Metallic and one Pearlescent paint option. The Qashqai N-Vision is powered by a choice of four refined powerplants; two petrol and two diesel.

Finally, the N-Vision X-Trail replaces the n-tec grade, which sits between Acenta and Tekna. Standard features include the Smart Vision Pack with Forward Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning and Traffic Signal Recognition; NissanConnect 7-inch touch-screen navigation and entertainment system; Around View Monitor; stylish 19-inch wheels, and one-touch automatic opening power tailgate.

The X-Trail N-Vision is available with the DIG-T 163 2WD petrol and six-speed manual transmission or the dCi 130 diesel with 2WD mated to a six-speed or Xtronic gearbox or a 4WD with six-speed manual.

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