Nissan X-Trail Car Reviews

The Nissan X-Trail is a large 4x4 that has been on the market since 2001. The Nissan X-Trail provides plenty of cabin space, with extra storage facilities and a boot with space for a large amount of luggage. The spacious interior makes for an enjoyable ride, enhanced by comfortable and supportive seats. It is equipped with bold and easy-to-use controls and features a very impressive satellite navigation system.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
MPG Range: N/A - N/A
Score: 4/5
Good standard equipment
Great on and off the road
Legroom limited in the rear
Interior a little dull
Not as stylish as rivals

Latest Nissan X-Trail Car Reviews:

Nissan X-TRAIL 2.0 dCi 173 Acenta 5dr - February 2012
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Nissan X-TRAIL 2.0 dCi 173 Tekna 5dr - March 2012
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Nissan X-Trail Overview

It boasts an attractive exterior design, and engine is powerful enough to handle some really challenging driving. The car’s standard package includes high levels of fit and finish.  It offers an excellent on-road experience, delivering a refined ride, and functions very well off-road.

Two levels of trim are available for the X-Trail – Acenta and Tekna. The level of standard equipment is impressive, even with the cheaper Acenta trim, which comes with Bluetooth, climate control, cruise control and alloy wheels. Leather upholstery and heated seats are amongst some of the innovations added with the Tekna trim.


Introduced in 2001, the first generation was initially available in the UK with three levels of trim. In 2004 the trims were revised, with four now available, each of them equipped with CD player, climate control and electric windows. They were again revised in 2006.

A special edition, the Nissan X-Trail GT Turbo, was launched in 2002 but was only available in Japan.

The second generation of the vehicle has been in production since 2007. This model sports a larger exterior and is equipped with a 6-speed transmission – automatic or manual. It was given a facelift in 2010.


The Nissan X-Trail delivers a comfortable and refined ride, with adequate space for five passengers making it a great family car. It boasts an attractive exterior and comes with a very good level of standard equipment.

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