We’ve scrutinized the Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Mid from driving performance to fuel consumption through our WapCar ratings. Here’s a quick overview and summary for all our tests.
In terms of driving performance and comfort, the Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Mid is a smooth operator that prioritises comfort. While handling and sound insulation has been improved, it is still bettered by rivals such as the Mazda CX-5.
Moving on to its build quality and features, the Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Mid is well-equipped given its price with partial ADAS including Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning with Rear-cross Traffic Alert. But build quality is mediocre.
As for interior space, it’s rather spacious for 4 or even 5 passengers, but the third-row seats are tight and is good for short journeys. Practicality is par for the segment.
Although we did not achieve Nissan’s rated fuel economy, it was actually decent considering how it was driven. Also, it may go up further if there were more passengers on board.
Value and cost of ownership for the 2019 Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Mid
To wrap it up, we’ll go through its purchase value and usage cost.
At RM 145,888, the Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Mid offers decent value for money considering its equipment level and 7 seats. Its servicing cost is relatively low as well, compounding to an estimate of RM 6,064 in the span of 5 years.
|2019 Nissan X-Trail Purchase & Cost ( 25 / 30 pts)|
|Purchase||Car Price||8 / 15 pts|
|Warranty||2 / 5 pts|
|Usage Cost||Maintenance||2 / 5 pts|
|Fuel Cost||3 / 5 pts|
The Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Mid does not excel in any particular area over the competition, nor does it suffer from any major drawbacks. The facelift exercise was a good one to bring up equipment level with improved suspension and sound insulation. It’s just that rivals are able to be just as good in those aspects, or even better.