|Nissan X-Trail III (T32; facelift 2017)||
2017 - SUV|
Power: from 130 to 177 Hp | Dimensions: 4690 x 1820 x 1700 mm
|Nissan X-Trail III (T32)||
2014 - 2017 SUV|
Power: from 130 to 177 Hp | Dimensions: 4640 x 1820 x 1715 mm
|Nissan X-Trail II (T31, facelift 2010)||
2010 - 2014 SUV|
Power: from 150 to 173 Hp | Dimensions: 4635 x 1790 x 1700 mm
|Nissan X-Trail II (T31)||
2007 - 2010 SUV|
Power: from 141 to 173 Hp | Dimensions: 4630 x 1785 x 1685 mm
|Nissan X-Trail I (T30, facelift 2003)||
2003 - 2007 SUV|
Power: from 136 to 165 Hp | Dimensions: 4455 x 1765 x 1675 mm
|Nissan X-Trail I (T30)||
2001 - 2003 SUV|
Power: from 114 to 140 Hp | Dimensions: 4510 x 1765 x 1675 mm
Largest cargo space, with the rear seats are up, is offered by the pre-facelift third generation X-Trail variants and is 603 l (23.74 cu. ft.). However, the 5-seat third generation vehicles have the largest cargo space, when the rear seats are folded - 1982 l (78.03 cu. ft.).
Third generation Nissan X-Trail variants, equipped with the 1.6 dCi (130 Hp) engine, front-wheel drive, and manual transmission have the best fuel economy figures in the range, with consumption going as low as 4.9 l/100 km (48 mpg).
The Nissan X-Trail benefits from several driver assistance and safety features:
- Active Ride Control monitors the road surface and alters the damping to compensate bumps;
- Active Engine Brake ensures enhanced braking control and feel with less pedal effort;
- Active Trace Control monitors speed, steering angle, throttle opening and braking effort and brakes wheels individually, as required, to help steering a safer path through bends;
- Uphill Start Support;
- Advance Hill Descent Control.
In its third generation Nissan X-Trail is identical to the Nissan Rogue, with Rogue nameplate being mostly used in the North America market.
Nissan X-Trail makes a great family car. It’s comfortable, reliable, offers good fuel efficiency, and has enough room for both passengers and cargo.