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Nissan X-Trail (2007 - 2014)

Last updated 3 October 2016

 
4
Excellent drive on tarmac and very competent off road, large boot, plenty of standard equipment.
Starting to feel dated, lacks refinement, new 2.0 dCi 150 short of lowdown pull, has been trouble with DPFs on diesels.
Updated 12 September 2015

On 50k mile 2007 X-Trail 2.0DCI 150 brake discs and dampers needed replacing for 2014 MoT; R ear passenger (electric) door lock stopped door opening from inside but would from outside. Needed lock swap....

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Introduction

It has a family resemblance to the old X-Trail. But it's actually completely different. If feels different from the easily accessed driving seat (low door sills will please many drivers). The instruments are in front of you instead of in the middle of the dash. And once you get going it soon becomes apparent it's both stiffer and sharper in the handling department without sacrificing any ride comfort.

Nissan X-Trail 2008 Road Test

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Owners' Reviews

4
2.0dci Columbia
By DeanRoots

Disappointing - Car is excellent apart from engine problems

On 23 April 2016
5

Ticks 99% of the boxes

On 6 June 2014
2

Generally adequate for purpose but remain unimpressed with some areas

On 22 February 2014
 

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