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2018 Nissan X-Trail ST-L (2WD) review

I’m in my late 60’s and have been considering an SUV for some time, because of the ease of getting in and out, and the elevated driving position. The X-Trail wasn’t on my radar until I drove one - my son’s ST 2.5-litre 7-seater. I was impressed, so when I saw this one advertised I bought it without a second thought...

2018 Nissan X-Trail ST-L 7 Seat (2wd) review

When our beloved Aussie family wagon of 17 years finally had us doing an expected cardio sessions four times in two weeks, we knew it was time to upgrade, or cancel our gym memberships! After a quick test drive of a sub-$30K ST Nissan X-Trail, I was impressed. The electric steering was light and effortless...

2015 Nissan X-Trail ST-L (FWD) review

We bought this car because my wife fell in love with it. We weren't looking for an X-Trail, but its look took us by surprise, and after one test drive she was hooked with its comfort to drive. As far as looks and comfort go, we can't fault it. The only issue with the aesthetics is the front left and right blind spots – they're the worst we've experienced to date...

2015 Nissan X-Trail Ti (4x4) review

Nissan X-Trail T31 vs T32 It was the first time ever that I bought the same brand and a follow-up model in succession. Am I happy with the decision? Well, you decide. I was fortunate to drive both vehicles to the Grampians National Park two years in a row. On both occasions, we travelled to the western part, where there are many more low- to mid-grade bush tracks to tackle...

2012 Nissan X-Trail ST review

My Nissan X-Trail ST is great for camping and a surprisingly good tow car. It's also good for MTB riders as the open tailgate makes a great table and shelter for lunches on the ride. We bought the Series II T31 X-Trail ST new after previously owning a Series I from new. The reason we bought the car was because we needed a family wagon – in fact, at the time it was a toss up between a Commodore Sportwagon and the X-Trail...

2009 Nissan X-Trail ST (4x4) Review

Bought a used 2009 X-Trail and am glad that I chose it over the Honda CRV. Though CRV is better overall package, it lacks any off road capability of the X-Trail (We visit sandy beaches from time to time). My car with the 2.5L petrol engine with auto transmission has given me an average of 12L/100km around the city and 10L/100km on the highway...

2014 Nissan X-Trail ST 7 Seat (FWD) Review

I first reviewed my Nissan X-trail when I had it only for a few months. Now after nearly two years of ownership, I thought it would be good to revisit after many road trips with the family and give an insight to see how its handles the onslaught of three children day to day and on the family holiday. First of all this is the perfect fit for a family with three children...

2010 Nissan X-Trail ST-L (4x4) Review

When I was looking to update my car I wanted one that was reliable, practical and able to do beach driving as well as some basic off-road camp sites. But I did not want/need a big cumbersome 4wd as I still do a lot of city driving around Brisbane. To date I have not been disappointed and it has served all my purposes and more...

2015 Nissan X-Trail ST (4x4) Review

The Nissan Xtrail ST is a comfortable reasonable vehicle to drive but please be aware that when servicing your car from dealerships, things like wheel rotation and a proper brake checks are additional costs the customer has to bear...

2012 Nissan X-trail Tl (4x4) Review

This car does everything very well. My biggest gripe is the reverse gear which in the manual is way too tall- there's no need for such a high reverse gear and it necessitates a lot of clutch slipping when reversing up hill with a trailer. Having said that- the rest of the gearbox is a pleasure to use and changes smoothly and feels strong with great ratios for all manner of normal driving...

2015 Nissan X-trail Ts (FWD) Review

Bought this car new from Thompson Motors Sepparton and has been of the road more than on. The car accalerates out of control and the cruise control only works when it feels like it. Car is in Dealership now awaiting a new computor. The list of faults just keeps growing would never recomend buying one of these lemons. Nissan is aware of the problems and don't care...

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