Nissan has delivered an X-Trail facelift to help the model appeal for the next 12 months until the all-new model arrives. The additions improve an already solid offering.
How does the 2020 Nissan X-Trail Ti handle itself both at home in the suburbs and cross-country away from the smooth bitumen of metro roads?
Is this seven-year old family favourite still competitive in the burgeoning, bourgeois medium SUV segment?
As promised, I finally found some time to take the X-Trail off-road and test its 'adventure' credentials.
Having now racked up just over 5000km, it’s time to check back in with my thoughts and experiences with Nissan’s top-selling SUV.
Touring Queensland and parts unknown with Nissan's popular mid-sized family hauler.
Hey look, its a $2000 black pack that you don't need. Meet the X-Trail N-Sport... now say goodbye and buy the ST-L, instead.
The Nissan X-Trail is a crowd favourite and a name synonymous with SUVs. But at the top end of the range, does the X-Trail represent value for money? Paul Maric finds out.
In the second half of last year, we welcomed a facelifted Nissan X-Trail Ti to the CarAdvice Melbourne office's long-termer garage. As with all of our long-term reviews, our time with the mid-sized X-Trail would be spent in assessing its suitability for the modern family, in a market segment packed to the rafters with options...
A solid workhorse, with seven seats and a very comfortable ride.
The 2017 Nissan X-Trail makes the most sense in entry ST form, where it excels by offering maximum practicality for minimum outlay. This new mid-life update brings a nicer cabin design and AEB to the table, improving it further.