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NISSAN X-TRAIL Used Car Review

The X-Trail has established itself as one of the most popular Nissan models since its 2001 introduction. It continues to share its platform and other components with its Qashqai/Dualis stablemate, as well as the Renault Koleos SUV as part of the giant Renault-Nissan alliance. The Nissan X-Trail featured a boxy, trad-4WD look for its first two generations before the latest model adopted curvier lines in acknowledgement of its primary role as urban transport.

Pros

Cons

  • Third-row option added for current generation (2014 on)
  • Flexible interior thanks to sliding second-row seats
  • More powerful 2.0L turbo diesel replaced 1.6L in 2017 update
  • Good fuel efficiency from both petrol and diesel engines
  • AWD variants not available with seven seats
  • Current generation dropped clever reversible cargo floor plus drawers
  • Six-monthly service intervals for pre-updated model
  • Foot-operated park brake
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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