Nissan X-Trail X-Tremer & Aero Edition announced

By thoriq, 01 November 2019

Reckon the recently refreshed Nissan X-Trail lacked some zing with the way it looks? Assembler and distributors Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd (ETCM) just announced two specials that they reckon should sate this particular need.

We’ll kick things off with the X-Trail X-Tremer package (pictured), which sees the X-Trail sporting several striking two-tone colour options. Choices for the main tone include a new shade of red, followed by silver and white, and all are matched with black-finished roofs, roof rails and rear spoiler.

In X-Tremer form, the X-Trails also sports new gloss black-finished exterior accents and grille cladding. It also gets kitted up with a full aerokit package from Tomei, which adds a sportier front and rear bumper, side under spoiler, door mirrors, as well as a set of 17-inch 10-spoke ally wheels finished in glass black.

On board, the X-Tremer package sees the X-Trail’s cabin lined with Brown Nappa leather seats, as well as leatherette-lined dashboard, kneepad and armrest, thus allowing the cabin to exude a new sense of sophistication.

X-Tremer not your cup of tea? Well then, ETCM have also readied something called the X-Trail Aero Edition. This one sees the X-Trail gaining with a similar Tomei aerokit as seen in the X-Tremer, the only difference being the silver finish for both the front and rear bumpers. The Aero Edition also ditches the X-Tremer’s striking two-tone colourway scheme in favour of a more subtle single tone presentation.

Apart from that, the Aero Edition shares the same gloss black finished 17-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels, as well as the Brown Nappa leather seats as seen in the X-Tremer package.

Both the X-Tremer and Aero Edition treatments are available for all variants of the current generation X-Trail, and that includes the new five-seat flagship hybrid too.  As for price, the chart below should explain itself:

So, what do you think? Fancy spicing up your X-Trail with either packages? Or does are the kind who’d prefer things to be kept bone stock?

Check out more pictures of both the X-Tremer and Aero Edition treatments in the gallery we've prepared below