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Nissan X-Trail Specs
SegmentC-Segment
BodyTypeSUV
TransmissionCVT
Capacity2.0 - 2.5L
Horsepower144 - 171PS
Seats5 - 7

Nissan X-Trail Variants Price List

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Pros

  • Finally gets 6 airbags on selected variants
  • ADAS is available
  • Hybrid option is available. No other C-segment SUV has a hybrid version

Cons

  • Uninspiring driving experience
  • Third-row seats very cramped
  • Average build quality

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Nissan X-Trail Reviews

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Economy
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    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 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 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.

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  • Exterior

    2019 Nissan X-Trail

    2019 Nissan X-Trail Gallery

    Design

    Since the introduction of the second generation, X-Trail looks more stylish than the previous boxy design. The current X-Trail has rounded edges and a more sophisticated look as Nissan has decided to push the car into a more premium audience.

    Dimension 

    The Nissan X-Trail measures in at 4,690 x 1,820 x 1,740 x 2,705 mm in terms of length, width, height and wheelbase.

    2019 Nissan X-Trail Dimensions
    Length 4,690 mm
    Width 1,820 mm
    Height 1,740 mm
    Wheelbase 2,705 mm

    Nissan X-Trail headlight

    Lighting

    Nissan offers LED auto headlights for all variants except for the entry-level 2.0-L 2WD variant which gets halogen headlights. Front and rear foglights, as well as the LED Daytime Running Lights, are available on all variants.

    Wheels

    All variants come wears 17-inch wheels but while the higher 3 variants get Dark Titanium tones, the entry-level only comes in silver.

  • Interior

    2019 Nissan X-Trail interior

    Dashboard 

    The facelifted X-Trail's biggest difference is the interior dashboard. All variants get a plain black dashboard garnished with piano black trims and also leather-wrapped panels.

    Instrument Cluster 

    The X-Trail has a classic instrument cluster paired with an Advanced Drive-Assist Display that not only displays all important information but also navigation and, in the hybrid, the battery usage.

    2019 Nissan X-Trail cupholders

    Space and Practicality 

    Cubby spaces are well distributed in the front with cup holders aplenty and it even has a large centre console for storage. The X-Trail is a spacious car, but only for the front and middle row passengers. The third-row passengers only have sufficient legroom to not feel cramped.

    Boot 

    For a 5+2 seater SUV, the X-Trail has a very large boot. Without the third-row seats deployed, the SUV boasts 1,520-litres of boot space. Even if the third-row seats are in use, the X-Trail still offers 500-litres of boot space.

  • Features

    2019 Nissan X-Trail infotainment

    2019 Nissan X-Trail Specs and Features

    Safety Features

    Since the facelift, the Nissan X-Trail's safety package has much to boast. The range-topping variants now come with 6 airbags, 360-degree camera which Nissan knows as Intelligent Around View Monitor, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, brake assist known as Intelligent Engine Brake and Intelligent Traction Control. The Hybrid and 2.5-litre 4WD variant also get Intelligent Forward Collision Warning with Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking.

    Comfort Features 

    All variants come with a sporty flat-bottom leather steering wheel with matching leather gear shift knob and dual-zone auto climate control with rear air vents. Leather seats are available on all variants except for the lowest 2.0-L 2WD variant that makes do with fabric seats. Of course, all variants also comes with Nissan's signature and very comfortable Zero Gravity Inspired seats.

    Infotainment

    Since the update, the facelifted X-Trail now boasts a 7-inch touchscreen display that houses the infotainment system controls. The X-Trail is also Apple CarPlay and Android Auto ready.

  • Powertrain

    2019 Nissan X-Trail engine

    Engine

    The X-Trail offers 2 engines, a 2.5-litre engine that dispenses 171 PS and 233 Nm, and a 2.0-litre engine that produces 144 PS and 200 Nm. For the range-topping variant, Nissan has tacked on a hybrid system to the 2.0-litre engine that has a combined output of 185 PS and 360 Nm.

    2.0-litre DOHC with Twin CVTC Hybrid petrol 185 PS combined 360 Nm combined
    2.5-litre DOHC Twin CVTC petrol 171 PS @ 6,000 rpm 233 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
    2.0-litre DOHC with Twin CVTC, Direct Fuel Injection petrol 144 PS @ 6,000 rpm 200 Nm @ 4,400 rpm

    Transmission

    All engine options on the X-Trail is attached to an X-TRONIC CVT with 7-speed manual mode

    Drivetrain 

    Only one variant of the X-Trail is driven on all four wheels, that is the 2.5-L 4WD. The Hybrid and other variants are front-wheel drive only.

  • Driving Performance

    2019 Nissan X-Trail driving

    Acceleration

    The 2.0-litre 2WD engine is capable of making the century sprint in 11.9 seconds. This is the entry-level variant, so the higher X-Trail variants can be expected to make that sprint in an even shorter amount of time.

    Engine Performance 

    The X-Trail's 2.0-litre engine gives you a smooth drive, though it's not the most sprightly engine in its segment. It doesn't get out of breath during a spirited highway drive and remains compose in heavy traffic congestion.

    2019 Nissan X-Trail gearshift

    Transmission Performance 

    The X-Trail has a smooth CVT unit that is smooth no matter the speed. It's relatively quiet though, at times, the CVT's whine punctuates into the cabin during high speeds.

    Steering and Handling

    Steering in the X-Trail is light but still has enough feeling that it doesn't feel numb.

  • Ride Comfort

    2019 Nissan X-Trail front seats

    Soundproofing 

    Soundproofing in the facelifted X-Trail has improved tremendously compared the pre-facelift though this still doesn't make the SUV the quietest in its segment.

    Passenger Comfort 

    The X-Trail's suspension is set just right so there isn't much body roll for a high riding car. It's set so it easily irons out bumps.

  • Fuel Economy

    2019 Nissan X-Trail fuel lid

    In our tests, the 2.0-litre engine read 9.6-litres/ 100 km after a distance of 134.2 km. This is the entry-level 2.0-litre engine, so expect less fuel to be used in the Hybrid variant.

  • Conclusion

    2019 Nissan X-Trail rear quarter shot

    Refinement levels have definitely improved by leaps and bounds in the Nissan X-Trail, especially since the introduction of the facelift in 2019. It no longer bares the boxy workhorse feel of the first generation and features all kinds of safety devices that put it in very close contention with rivals like the Honda CR-V. The X-Trail is also the only SUV in its segment to offer a hybrid variant that will help save more fuel, so if you're looking for a zippy fuel-saving C-segment SUV, the X-Trail is a perfect choice.

Nissan X-Trail FAQ

  • Is Nissan X-Trail available in Hill Start Assist?

    • Foo

      Foo

      Yes, Nissan X-Trail is available in Hill Start Assist. The available Hill Start Assist variants are: 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD, 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.5 4WD, 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD Mid.

  • Does Nissan X-Trail has Front/Rear Side Airbags?

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      Luci

      Yes, Nissan X-Trail has Front/Rear Side Airbags, which are: 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD, 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.5 4WD, 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD Mid, 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD Hybrid.

  • What is the Front/Rear Curtain Airbags of Nissan X-Trail?

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      Cain

      Here are the Front/Rear Curtain Airbags and variants of Nissan X-Trail:

      Variants2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.5 4WD2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD Mid2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0 2WD Hybrid
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