Nissan X-TRAIL Road Test, Review
The Nissan X-TRAIL is one of the most popular family SUVs on the market in Australia.
Boasting up to seven seats, three engine choices, 2WD and AWD offerings, and reasonable pricing, the X-TRAIL in 2017 is a lot less ‘utilitarian’ than the early incarnations of the SUV offering.
I just spent a week in Nissan‘s ‘family friendly’ SUV offering, here’s what I thought…
NUTS and BOLTS – 2017 Nissan X-TRAIL
- Engines: 2.0 litre petrol producing 106kW/200Nm, 2.5 litre petrol producing 126kW/226Nm, and 1.6 turbo-diesel producing 96kW/320Nm
- Transmissions: Six-speed manual (diesel and 2.0 litre petrol only), CVT auto
- Warranty: 3yrs/100,000km
- Safety: Five Stars
- Origin: Japan
- Price: from $31,990