Depending on the speed and situation, Nissan's Intelligent Emergency Braking may, in certain circumstances, reduce the impact of a collision by automatically activating the brakes if you get too close to the vehicle in front. You'll get visual and audible warnings first, then the system will only intervene if there isn't any response from the driver.*
If another vehicle is detected in your blind spot, warnings appear inside the car. These are shown next to the driver’s or passenger’s door mirror and on the Advanced Drive-Assist Display. If you use the indicators to signal your intent to change lanes, the warning light flashes and an alert is sounded warning you not to proceed into the path of another vehicle.*
If the Nissan X-Trail detects that you’re straying from your lane, the Intelligent Lane Intervention system will give both a visual and audible alert. The system is designed not to work when you are using the indicators, helping avoid unecessary alerts in your car, and encouraging conscientious driving habits that will also help other drivers know your intentions.*
Moving Object Detection works like an extra pair of eyes in the back of your head. It monitors movement behind the car, giving visual and audible alerts to help you avoid manouevres that could result in a collision, potentially saving you from undesired repair bills or worse.*
Your X-Trail detects road signs as you drive past them, and then presents them for you on the Advanced Drive-Assist Display. This simple reminder helps you manage your speed, allowing you to drive more safely and avoid unwanted fines!*
No one wants to nod off at the wheel or become inattentive due to fatigue. The Nissan X-Trail's Intelligent Driver Alertness system judges your concentration and fatigue according to how you’re driving, and prompts you if it thinks you should consider taking a break.*
The Nissan X-Trail offers a full range of active and passive safety features, including front, side and curtain airbags to give you all-round protection should the worst happen.