The Nissan Terra 2018, a “pickup-based” SUV from Nissan has aroused our curiosity for months. An official nameplate has even yet to be announced yet a number of specs have been revealed along with spy photos. However, those are seemingly not enough for PPV fans. Good news is that real images of the supposed “pickup-based” SUV have recently been leaked completely showing the exterior of the PPV. By the way, its exact name is “Terra” in China, not “Xterra” or “Paladin.”
The Nissan “pickup-based” SUV has aroused our curiosity for months
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Taking a peek at the leaked photos, you will spot some slight changes at the front end. Not alike the Nissan Navara, the new Nissan Terra 2018 features a larger V-Motion grille flanked by sharper headlamps and L-shaped LED daytime running lights while the front bumper seems to be reshaped for a more cohesive appearance.
The new Nissan Terra features a larger V-Motion grille flanked by sharper headlamps
On the side, worthy of note is new smoother and sleeker wheel arches that give the Terra a cleaner look in general. In the meantime, filling the arches are a selection of new 18-inch alloy wheels with 255/60 series tires. Finishing off the outside makeover is a distinct set of tail lamps along with new tailgate mounting a chrome trim piece at the rear.
With regard to size, the all-new Terra gets 4,882 mm x 1,820 mm x 1,835 mm (L x W x H) and a long wheelbase of 2,850 mm. Additionally, the Chinese-spec Nissan Terra will likewise be given LED headlamps, side mirrors with LED turn signals, parking sensors and front & rear cameras to boot.
A distinct set of tail lamps and new tailgate mounting a chrome trim piece are present at the rear
Under the hood, the Chinese-mode Nissan Terra 2018 runs a 2.5-liter QR25DE gasoline engine capable of dishing out 184 PS. Nevertheless, in other markets it will likely be motivated by a 2.5-liter YD25DDTi turbo diesel unit like the Navara.
According to latest car news, the supposed “pickup-based” SUV Nissan Terra 2018 is expected to make its way in 2018 Beijing Motor Show (Auto China) in April next year.
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