Nissan X-Trail (2007 - 2014)
Last updated 16 September 2014
Rear diff of October 2010 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 dCi 173 failed at 55,000 miles due to a manufacturing defect. Nissan offered £500 towards £3,000 replacement cost.
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.
Ticks 99% of the boxesOn 6 June 2014
Generally adequate for purpose but remain unimpressed with some areasOn 22 February 2014
Perfect for my hobbies, caravaning and fishing, faultless in snow with standard rubber.On 28 May 2013