Since the second generation, the Nissan X-Trail has been a top contender in the family C-Segment SUV category. Gone is the boxy design with it's rougher edges that would fit an office factory setting than as a family car, the second generation is rounder and more stylish with the offerings of what a larger young family would need.
The 2019 Nissan X-Trail was updated to bare more refinement and more safety features. Airbag count was upped from 2 to as much as 6 airbags while safety systems include Intelligent Forward Collision Warning with Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking Nissan's version of ADAS, and a host of other features like Lane Departure Warning and 360-degree surround view.
Since the update, the Nissan X-Trail also comes in 4 variants with the entry-level 2.0-L 2WD going for RM 133,888 to the range-topping 2.0-L Hybrid going for RM 159,888. The Nissan X-Trail goes up against rivals like the Honda CR-V but due to its 5+2 seating configuration, it also goes up against cars like the Kia Sorento and Mitsubishi Outlander.