Deal of the Day: Nissan X-Trail

Save more than Β£5300 on the Nissan X-Trail 1.6 dCi 130 4WD Tekna

Words ByDoug Revolta

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The Nissan X-Trail may have been the cheapest in our recent seven-seater group test, but it’s capable of holding its own against more premium rivals. We’ve found a big saving online for the seven-seat SUV in range-topping Tekna trim.

The car Nissan X-Trail 1.6 dCi 130 4WD Tekna
The saving Β£5352
The discounted price Β£26,203
The broker


Range-topping Tekna trim comes with tonnes of kit, and this massive saving makes the X-Trail great value for money. Along with all the essentials, it comes with a panoramic sunroof, a reversing camera and a self-parking system.

Its fuel economy is impressive as well, returning 45.7mpg in the real-world, along with 139g/km of CO2 emissions.


Its performance is not exhilarating and it’s noisy, too. There’s also no automatic gearbox option with the AWD system.

Should I add any options?

Tekna trim comes with a huge amount of kit. Dual-zone climate control, alloys, Bluetooth, USB, cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, LED headlights, keyless go, automatic lights and wipers, touch-screen sat-nav and digital radio all come as standard. The only optional extras available are different paint finishes from Β£550.

What next?

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