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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...

2013 Nissan X-trail Tl Review

My Big concern with this car is the temporary spare fitted by Nissan. I have been told by Nissan that this spare is perfectly capable of getting you back to town for a tyre repair but when questioned further about a trip to Comaroo Station 150 km N/w of Bourke i was told that this is definitely not recommended on the temporary spare...

2009 Nissan X-Trail ST Review

Over all a good vehicle. However, the clutch failed 1 month after the warranty ran out. Cost nearly $3,000.00 dollars to be replaced- I was not impressed! Trading it in on Monday for a Subaru Forester CVT as I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and changing gears is becoming too hard for me...

2014 NISSAN X-Trail ST Review

I bought this new X-Trail 2WD Wagon just last week. I was very happy with it until last night while I was driving it at night. I started the car, turned on the headlights. First I struggled a bit to find the gear leaver as the area was too dark. Even the gear indicators ( P N D 2) were not illuminated ( unlike my other Nissan cars i drive)...

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

I recently purchased the new Nissan X-trail after owning the original T-30 (2006 model). With a growing family I opted for the 7 seats, which only comes in 2wd. I initially thought this would be a problem as we use the car for many holidays including camping and various trips. I also tow a camper trailer and have found it performs exceptionally well...

2014 Nissan X-Trail ST-L Review

I have owned the new Nissan X-Trail for a week now. It's a shiny red model. The dealer promised the red won't fade, but we will see. First off I had the old T30 model a few years ago but when you get into this new model it seems light years ahead in terms of design and comfort. But sadly, it has lost the rough and ready look about it and takes on a shape more in keeping with the other SUVs in its class...

2013 NISSAN X-TRAIL ST Review

It may not be the best looking compact SUV out there. But it is it has lots of room, beautiful to drive and is value for money. On the highway it averages 8.6 litres for 100km, in town driving it is averaging about 9.5 litres every 100 km. The engine is very quiet even when travelling on the highway at 100km. Very comfortable to drive on long drives...

2011 NISSAN X-TRAIL ST Review

Although the X-Trail has several good features I'd urge anybody who has never driven a CVT automatic to undertake a (lengthy if possible) test drive prior to purchase. I thought that I would become used to it, however after six months this is not the case. The car also has very poor towing ability, and fuel economy goes out the door when any load is applied...

2005 NISSAN X-TRAIL ST Review

The X-Trail with its 2 tonne towing capacity and 4x4 mode was chosen to tow our A liner Avan, and when loaded, was only 1.040 tonne. After the first service we started our towing trip to Tassie and it was a breeze: easy to drive, comfortable and economical with only the cruise control to get used to and now love...

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