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2023 Nissan X-Path worth and specs

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The long-awaited fourth-generation Nissan X-Path lastly arrived in Australia within the fourth quarter of final 12 months, priced from $37,250 earlier than on-road prices, with the hybrid e-Energy following early this 12 months.

UPDATE, 11/08/2023: Nissan has elevated pricing by $500 throughout the X-Path vary, together with the brand new ST-L e-Energy due someday within the second half of 2023. We’ve up to date this text and pulled it ahead.

The brand new X-Path landed greater than two years after it was revealed globally in US-market type, with increased costs however commensurately increased ranges of know-how and a extra modern design.

Certainly, Nissan refers back to the new X-Path as its “most superior SUV to this point”.

A brand new e-Energy electrified choice has joined the vary. It’s not the primary time Nissan has supplied a hybrid X-Path, however it’s the primary time it has bought one right here.

Nissan presents 4 spec grades and each front- and all-wheel drive for its competitor to the Toyota RAV4Mazda CX-5, Mitsubishi Outlander (which shares its underpinnings), Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson and Subaru Forester.

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Pricing

The 2 base grades, ST and ST-L, come as normal with front-wheel drive (2WD) and 5 seats. Every has the choice of all-wheel drive (AWD) and 7 seats for about $3000 further mixed. There are not any seven-seat, 2WD grades anymore.

The flagship Ti and Ti-L grades are all AWD by default, as are all e-Energy fashions, however solely include 5 seats. Confused?

In contrast with the previous-generation X-Path, costs had been elevated by between $3875 and $5615. Nissan confirmed a subsequent worth improve of $500 in August, citing rising uncooked materials and delivery prices.

2023 Nissan X-Path pricing

  • Nissan X-Path ST 2WD five-seat: $37,250 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path ST AWD seven-seat: $40,290 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path ST-L 2WD five-seat: $43,690 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path ST-L AWD seven-seat: $46,790 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path ST-L e-Energy with e-4orce: $49,990 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path Ti AWD five-seat: $50,490 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path Ti-L AWD five-seat: $53,490 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path Ti e-Energy with e-4orce: $54,690 (+$500)
  • Nissan X-Path Ti-L e-Energy with e-4orce: $57,690 (+$500)

All costs exclude on-road prices.

Drivetrains

The usual engine is a 2.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol four-cylinder producing 135kW of energy and 6000rpm and 244Nm at 3600rpm.

These outputs are up 9kW and 18Nm over the previous mannequin, and towing capability is up by 500kg to 2000kg braked.

The brand new ‘multi-mode’ on-demand AWD choice has selectable Eco, Customary and Sport modes plus 5 completely different traction modes and algorithms to prime the drivetrain and stability management for bitumen, dust, ice and snow. There’s additionally a hill-descent management perform.

The e-Energy hybrid contains a 105kW/250Nm turbocharged 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine with variable compression know-how.

It doesn’t immediately drive the wheels, and is connected to a generator which might energy the 150kW entrance and 100kW rear electrical motors by means of an inverter and costs a 1.8kWh battery pack.

Nissan quotes a system output of 157kW, whereas torque is rated at 330Nm on the entrance axle and 195Nm on the rear. The corporate doesn’t quote a mixed torque determine.

Gas economic system

Nissan claims the entry-level ST makes use of a mean of 7.4-7.8L per 100km (2WD-4WD), whereas the upper grade Ti and Ti-L variants eat 7.8L/100km on the mixed cycle.

The gas tank is 55L.

For many who need significantly extra punch from their X-Path whereas consuming much less gas, the e-Energy hybrid makes use of a claimed 6.1L/100km on the mixed cycle.

Dimensions and chassis

Boot area within the five-seat X-Path is 585 litres (575L in e-Energy fashions), whereas the seven-seat configuration reduces that to 465 litres. There’s additionally a intelligent ‘Divide and Disguise’ storage system to compartmentalise the bags space.

e-Energy fashions go with out a space-saver spare, and as a substitute have a tyre restore equipment.

Beneath the fully redesigned physique, the X-Path makes use of the identical Renault-Nissan Alliance CMF-C platform as the brand new Mitsubishi Outlander, which hit the market final 12 months.

Suspension is unbiased at every finish, with stabiliser bars. The facility steering system is electrical.

  • Size: 4680mm
  • Width: 1840mm
  • Peak: 1725mm
  • Wheelbase: 2705mm

The all-new mannequin, which additionally shares a platform with the smaller Qashqai, is barely shorter than earlier than, however is wider (+20mm), taller (+15mm) and supplies extra rear leg room, with bigger-opening rear door apertures for simpler rear entry and egress.

The wheelbase stays unchanged at 2705mm.

Servicing and guarantee

X-Path is roofed by Nissan’s normal five-year, unlimited-kilometre guarantee with 5 years of roadside help included. The guarantee can be transferable to a different proprietor should you resolve to promote.

Servicing for each 2WD/4WD variants 10,000km or 12 months, whichever comes first. 4WD fashions incur a slight premium ($28 and $39 respectively) on the third and sixth service visits.

It’s value noting the associated Mitsubishi Outlander with the identical engine presents longer 15,000km intervals.

X-Path 2WD:

  • 10,000km/12 months: $363.00
  • 20,000km/24 months: $469.00
  • 30,000km/36 months: $504.00
  • 40,000km/48 months: $587.00
  • 50,000km/60 months: $409.00
  • 60,000km/72 months: $657.00

X-Path 4WD:

  • 10,000km/12 months: $363.00
  • 20,000km/24 months: $469.00
  • 30,000km/36 months: $532.00
  • 40,000km/48 months: $587.00
  • 50,000km/60 months: $409.00
  • 60,000km/72 months: $696.00

X-Path e-Energy:

  • 10,000km/12 months: $365.00
  • 20,000km/24 months: $472.00
  • 30,000km/36 months: $534.00
  • 40,000km/48 months: $571.00
  • 50,000km/60 months: $411.00
  • 60,000km/72 months: $698.00

Security

The brand new X-Path scored a five-star ANCAP security score primarily based on crash testing of its Nissan Qashqai sister mannequin in 2021. The score covers all fashions together with petrol and hybrid variants.

The X-Path scored 91 per cent for grownup occupant safety, 90 per cent for youngster occupant safety, 74 per cent for weak highway consumer, and 97 per cent for security help.

Customary options on all grades:

  • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB)
    • Pedestrian, Bike owner detection
    • Junction help
    • Reverse AEB with Pedestrian detection
  • Blind-spot help
  • Lane departure warning
  • Lane-keep help
  • Site visitors signal recognition
  • Automated high-beam
  • Adaptive cruise management
  • Reversing digital camera
  • Rear parking sensors
  • 7 airbags incl. front-centre airbag

ST-L and above add:

  • ProPILOT with energetic lane-centring perform
  • Encompass-view digital camera
  • Entrance parking sensors

Customary tools

There are 4 trim ranges within the 2023 X-Path line-up.

Nissan X-Path ST

  • 5 seats
  • Auto LED head-and tail-lights
  • Steering wheel paddle shifters
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Auto-folding, heated mirrors
  • Roof rails
  • 8.0-inch touchscreen
  • DAB+ radio
  • 6 audio system
  • 4 x USB factors (1 x USB-A, 1 x USB-C entrance and rear)
  • Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
  • 7.0-inch instrument cluster display screen
  • Material seats
  • House-saver spare wheel
  • AWD and seven seats non-obligatory

Nissan X-Path ST-L provides

  • 5 seats
  • Privateness glass
  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Entrance parking sensors
  • Twin-zone local weather management
  • Artificial leather-accented seats
  • Heated entrance seats
  • Energy driver’s seat
  • Fog lights
  • Leather-based-wrapped steering wheel
  • Auto-dimming rear mirror
  • Sliding rear seats, 40:20:40 folding
  • ‘Divide-N-Disguise’ cargo space system
  • ProPILOT with Lane maintain help
  • AWD and seven seats non-obligatory
  • e-Energy non-obligatory

Nissan X-Path Ti provides

  • AWD and 5 seats
  • 19-inch alloy wheels
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Energy tailgate
  • Adaptive LED headlights
  • Digital rear-view mirror
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Tri-zone local weather management
  • Actual leather-accented seats
  • 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • Satellite tv for pc navigation
  • Wi-fi telephone charger
  • Wi-fi Apple CarPlay
  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 10.8-inch head-up show
  • 10-way powered entrance passenger seat with energy lumbar
  • Ambient lighting (simply the console)
  • Two-tone black painted roof non-obligatory
  • e-Energy non-obligatory

Nissan X-Path Ti-L provides

  • 20-inch alloy wheels (e-Energy with e-4orce solely)
  • Fingers-free energy tailgate
  • Reverse-tilt energy mirrors with reminiscence
  • Distant engine begin
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Quilted Nappa leather-based upholstery
  • Driver’s reminiscence seat pre-sets
  • Heated second row outboard seats
  • Rear door sunshades
  • Ambient inside lighting (door)
  • Facet mirrors with tilt-to-reverse
  • Bose 10-speaker sound system
  • Two-tone black painted roof non-obligatory
  • e-Energy non-obligatory

Colors

The upper grades have extra color choices. The entire listing includes:

  • Strong White
  • Sensible Silver
  • Champagne Silver
  • Ivory Pearl
  • Gun Metallic
  • Ceramic Gray
  • Caspian Blue
  • Scarlet Ember
  • Diamond Black
  • Sundown Orange two-tone
  • Ceramic gray two-tone
  • Ivory Pearl two-tone
  • Caspian Blue two-tone
  • Champagne Silver two-tone

MORE: All the pieces Nissan X-Path



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