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2016 Nissan X-Trail ST AWD Review

The entry-level Nissan X-Trail promises loads of space and strong value for money, but is that enough in this hard-fought market?

2016 Nissan X-Trail ST-L Review

The Nissan X-Trail is a popular choice for medium SUV buyers. But if you want a seven-seat, is it worth forking out for the ST-L variant over the entry-level ST?

Jeep Cherokee Limited and Nissan X-Trail TS: Sea-Doo Spark tow test

I have a confession to make - I've never towed a PWC on a trailer before. Everything was perfect for my first time though. Beautiful weather, shimmering saltwater, a Jeep Cherokee Limited, a Nissan X-Trail TS and two Sea-Doo Spark's. We were heading out to film the PWCs for BoatAdvice.com.au, which offered up the perfect opportunity test out the towing prowess of both the cars, and myself...

2014 Nissan X-Trail Review : TL Diesel

When the new Nissan X-Trail arrived earlier this year there was one glaring absence from the range – a diesel variant. Fast forward six months and the line-up is now complete thanks to the addition of a new 1.6-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine developed in collaboration with Renault and familiar from the smaller Qashqai crossover...

Medium SUV Comparison : Jeep Cherokee v Mazda CX-5 v Toyota RAV4 v Nissan X-Trail v Ford Kuga v Subaru Forester v Hyundai ix35 v Honda CR-V v Mitsubishi Outlander v Kia Sportage

Assembled for this mega-test are 10 models that represent one-third of total SUV volume in Australia – and that’s without including sales for the newest contender here and catalyst for this test, the Jeep Cherokee. It looks bold, it’s available only with petrol engines (for now), and it’s priced under $40,000 to compete with the mainstream...

2014 Nissan X-Trail Review : ST 2.0L

The only manual Nissan X-Trail variant you can buy, the entry-level ST 2.0L is far from limiting...

2014 Nissan X-Trail Review

Nissan's third-generation X-Trail represents a big departure from Nissan's previous design language. It also gets a seven-seat option and loads more kit.

2013 Nissan X-Trail Review

Nissan's ever-popular softroader is strong off road but its refinement - especially in diesel form - is also off course.

Nissan X-Trail 2WD Review

Everyone is feeling the fuel-price pinch these days, but SUV sales are still going through the roof. It's partly the reason why so many manufacturers are offering diesels. And some, like Nissan, are offering two-wheel-drive versions of their SUVs. But Nissan's reason for releasing an X-Trail which is front-wheel-drive only is more about grabbing market share than saving fuel...

Nissan X-Trail Review

The Nissan X-Trail was recently updated, but looking at it, you'd probably never realise.

Subaru Forester vs Toyota RAV4 vs Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X-Trail vs Subaru Forester vs Toyota RAV4 Models reviewed: Subaru Forester – $30,990 to $46,990 Nissan X-Trail – $28,490 (2WD) to $45,240 Toyota RAV4 – $28,990 (2WD) to $49,990 Last year saw 114,761 Compact SUVs sold in Australia. That's an increase of more than 30,000 units since 2009 and represents the fastest growing segment in the Australia car market...

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