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Nissan X-Trail (2007–2014)

Last updated 27 October 2017

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 27 July 2017

Report of 2011 Nissan X-Trail recently having front wheel misalignment corrected and two new Avon ZX7 front tyres fitted at a national tyre franchise. The rear tyres were part worn but the tyre fitter...

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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

Owners' reviews

A Catastrophe of a Car
Disappointing - Car is excellent apart from engine problems
Ticks 99% of the boxes
Generally adequate for purpose but remain unimpressed with some areas
Perfect for my hobbies, caravaning and fishing, faultless in snow with standard rubber.
4th one just BRILLIANT

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