The updated Nissan X-TRAIL feels more sophisticated than before, while retaining a familiar feel.
The 2017 updated generation of Nissan's flagship family model has a lot to offer the large SUV class.
First and foremost, it's one of the most practical SUVs on the market, with excellent passenger room and the option of seven seats.
The X-TRAIL is a great example of family friendly packaging and thoughtful flexibility. The second row seating is generous and comfortable for three passengers and its raised stadium style layout allows young children a commanding view of their surroundings – keeping them happier and quieter for longer.
Equipment levels are very good, particularly at Ti level, and include keyless entry with push button start, 7-inch colour touch screen, emergency braking with pedestrian detection, 360-degree camera, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning and more.
For versatility, the second row seat offers 40:20:40 style flexibility as well as sliding (60:40) and reclining functions.
The X-TRAIL doesn’t short-change on cargo either with a generous boot capacity of 565 litres expanding to 945 litres when the second row seats are folded flat.
The X-Trail’s safety levels are excellent, too, thanks to an all-new Renault-Nissan vehicle architecture that supports some of the most advanced passive and active systems around. Fuel economy is decent, too.
The new model feels much more like a car to drive, and there’s a richer feel to the X-Trail interior as it’s packed with new technology and greatly improved levels of quality.
The X-TRIAL is rated to tow up to 2000 kgs - depending on your exact specs - double check your owner's manual.
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