New Nissan X-Trail Quotes

Performance

Surprisingly easy to drive for a large car, the X-trail handles confidently with excellent grip and the 2.0-litre dCi diesel engine boasts 171bhp and 266Nm worth of torque making it a capable off-roader. Although the only engine option, there is a choice of the 171bhp output or the less powerful 148bhp, choice remains also with the gearboxes and it’s recommended to opt for the six-speed manual with the 171bhp choice for more power. Book to test drive the X-Trail now at askaprice.com.

Running Costs

In terms of costs the 171bhp engine is the more frugal choice as it promises a return of 44.1mpg however the Co2 emissions are unfortunately high at 168g/km which is higher than its rivals. Where the X-Trail comes out on top is that its standard price is very attractive as it starts at around £26,000 and includes a hefty amount of standard kit. The car will also have long stands between services at around 12,500 miles, which will incur less extra costs.

Equipment

Entry level S trim models will include an electric sunroof, metallic dashboard inserts, power-assisted steering, electric windows, electrically adjustable door mirrors and a four-speaker stereo. Sports models will have added features of 16" alloys, a roof spoiler, drilled aluminium foot pedals and a single CD player. The range topping SVE trim will also include leather seats and a six-CD autochanger, full specs of this and all other trims are in our downloadable brochure.