Nissan introduced “charged” variations Pathfinder and QashqaiFebruary 7, 2020
The Japanese corporation has prepared 2 special modifications of the Nissan Pathfinder and Qashqai crossovers under the names N-Treck and N-Sport, respectively.
As follows from the press release, Australia will offer “charged” variations of the Pathfinder and Qashqai models with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. Pathfinder N-Trek will cost from 46,840 to 60,640 Australian dollars
Unlike the standard variation, the Pathfinder N-Treck has a black grille, badges, other diffuser, fenders, door handles, and another side mirror housing and roof rails. The 7-seater car has 18-inch alloy wheels with black and silver coating.
Already in the basic configuration, the car has emergency braking systems, tracking of “blind” zones, rear cross-traffic warning and adaptive cruise control.
But the technical part of the changes did not happen. So, the car is still equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 power unit with a capacity of 275 hp. (340 Nm).
Speaking of Qashqai N-Sport, the circulation of this variation will be only 600 units. A special modification of the model has front and rear bumpers painted in the shade of the body, which have a matte silver finish, as well as silver side mirrors and 19-inch alloy wheels.
This special version has under the hood a 2.0-liter gasoline engine with a return of 144 hp, which functions in conjunction with the CVT.
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