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Nissan X-Trail & Pathfinder Off-road Review

Nissan’s four-wheel drives have always been at the forefront of off-roading. Be it the Patrol, Navara or the Pathfinder, the Japanese company has a long and rich history of four-wheel driving success. Next year marks the 50th anniversary of the first vehicle to cross the Simpson desert. Want to have a guess as to what that was? Yep, a Nissan Patrol...

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...

Nissan X-Trail Review and Road Test

2009 Nissan X-Trail Ti Review & Road Test A steady performer that stands the test of time Model Tested: 2009 Nissan X-Trail Ti; 2.5-litre DOHC four-cylinder; six-speed automatic; wagon - $42,490* Options: None fitted CarAdvice Rating: By Nadine Armstrong With its heated leather seats, a bright and voluminous cabin, an extremely versatile cargo space and four-wheel-drive off-road credentials, the X-Trail is angling for an over-achiever award - on paper at least...

2008 Nissan X-Trail off-road review

2008 Nissan X-Trail Off-road Review   How does Nissan's baby 4WD tackle the rough stuff? Model Tested: 2008 Nissan X-Trail TL dCi - $39,990 Options: Metallic Paint $395 Automatic Transmission $2000 Space, build quality, engine response, VDC Lack of ground clearance CarAdvice Rating: - by Karl Peskett The good wife wants a new car...

2008 Nissan X-Trail TS dCi Review

2008 Nissan X-Trail TS dCi Review & Road Test X-Trail certainly suits the urban jungle Model Tested: Nissan T31 X-Trail TS dCi 2.0 litre diesel six-speed auto - $38,990 (RRP) Options: Metallic paint $395 (Fitted – Electric Blue) Cargo area, safety, drivability, fuel efficiency Sluggish performance, handbrake position CarAdvice Rating: - by Rose Harris I may not have a crocodile named Boris to shove in the back of my X-Trail, but I do have two kids, which, some might say draw their similarities...

2008 Nissan X-Trail diesel Review

Nissan considers it a bold move, some might consider it foolhardy given the escalation in the price of diesel fuel, but the addition of a willing 2.0-litre diesel engine to the Nissan X-Trail compact SUV is mostly just a good thing.       - David Twomey The X-Trail is a strong part of Nissan’s sales success, accounting for nearly 12,500 sales last year, and currently posting about 800 sales a month for the company...

2008 Nissan X-Trail review

2008 Nissan X-Trail review     CarAdvice rating: (4.5) Model Tested: X-Trail ST-L Recommended Retail Price: (Manual models) $31,990 - ST, $35,990 - ST-L, $38,990 - Ti Options Fitted: None - by Karl Peskett Several years ago, at school, there was a young guy named Bradley...